Baby Girl Shoes With Flowers – Knitting Pattern

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The only thing cuter than tiny baby feet are the adorable knit booties and slippers that keep them warm.

You’ll fall in love with this baby girl shoe pattern. This written pattern for beginners includes one size 3- 6 months.

The pattern is easy and will not take you very long to make these wonderful slippers.

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Baby Slippers Knitting Pattern

A basic knowledge of knitting is all that is required for you to get started.

The baby girl slippers are created, using knit and purl stitches, the pattern will also introduce you to shaping, through increases and decreases.

I used a lovely 4 ply cotton from Rowan for the pattern, but any 4 ply baby cotton will knit up well.

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Baby Girl Slippers Shoe Pattern

Infant baby girl shoes are always fun to make and these soft knitted shoes will make you want to make more in a variety of colours.

This easy knitting pattern is great for beginners, as it just uses knit and purl stitches, it will also introduce you to shaping.

I have made many baby shoes using this pattern and they look awesome in any colour, I have even made the flowers in bright colours with a button decoration in the middle instead of a bobble.

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Baby Slippers Knitting Pattern

You can experiment with various colour combinations to go with your little one’s different outfits and rompers.

The baby slippers are knit flat on straight needles, which means they have to be seamed to finish.

Fitting the upper part of the shoe to the sole at the toe is a little difficult, as there is a lot of shaping required to get it to look right. I pulled mine out a couple of times before I was totally happy.

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Baby Girl Shoes With Flowers - Knitting Pattern

Baby Girl Shoes With Flowers - Knitting Pattern
The baby girl slippers are created, using knit and purl stitches, the pattern will also introduce you to shaping, through increases and decreases.
Active Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours
Difficulty Easy/beginner


  • Rowan 4 ply cotton 50g Ball
  • Colour for flowers (e.g small amount of cream)


  • 1 pair of US 2 (2 3/4mm) needles
  • 2 Small Buttons.
  • Safety Pin
  • Darning needles
  • Scissors


Right Shoe Sole >

  • Cast on 24sts and knit 1 row.
  • Inc each end of rows 2, 4, 6, and 8. (32sts)
  • Work 3 rows.
  • Dec each end of rows 12, 14, 16 and 18. (24sts)
  • Row 19: K to end, cast on 8sts.

Upper >

  • Row 1: knit
  • Row 2: inc, purl to end.
  • Rows 3 – 8: as rows 1 – 2 three times.
  • Row 9: knit.
  • Row 10: inc, purl row
  • Row 11: knit
  • Row 12: inc, purl row
  • Row 13: bind (cast off) 12 stitches, K 3, bind (cast off) 4 stitches, K to end of row
  • Row 14: purl 19, leave 3 sts on a safety pin.
  • Row 15: knit
  • Rows 16 – 25: as rows 14 – 15 five times.
  • Row 26: purl row – cast on 19 stitches.
  • Row 27: knit
  • Row 28: p2tog, purl to end of row
  • Row 29: knit
  • Row 30: p2tog, purl to end.
  • Rows 31 – 38: work in stockinette (stocking) stitch, dec beg of each purl row.
  • Row 39: bind (cast) off.

Strap >

  • Place 3 sts from safety pin onto your needle
  • Row 1: inc, inc, k1
  • Rows 2 – 15: knit
  • Row 16: k2, bind (cast) off 1, k2.
  • Row 17: k2, yo, k2
  • Rows 18 – 20: knit
  • Row 21: bind (cast) off

Left Shoe >

Sole >

  • As for the right shoe

Upper >

  • Reverse stockinette (stocking) stitch e.g Row 1: purl
  • Row 2: inc, knit to end
  • Row 10: inc, knit to end of row.

Finishing >

  • Join the heel seam.
  • Carefully fit upper to sole, easing the fullness around the toe area and stitch into position.
  • Weave in any loose ends.
  • Stitch on buttons and flower decoration.

Knitted Flower Pattern

Materials >

1 pair of US 2 (2 3/4mm) straight needles

Rowan 4 ply cotton – small amount for flowers and for the knitted bobbles

Darning needles/scissors

Flower >

Using 3 1/4 mm needles and yarn of your colour choice

Cast on 50 sts

Row 1: (WS): Knit

Row 2: *K1, cast off next 8 sts (one st on right needle after cast off), rep from * 4 times more

Break yarn and thread through rem 10 sts.

Pull up tight and fasten off securely.

Making up your flower >

Do not press. Lay small flower on top of the large flower and sew together in the centre.

Attach a button to the centre of the flowers and sew into place.

As an alternative to a button, you can attach a small knitted bobble or crocheted flower.

For a small knitted bobble…cast on 6 sts

Row 1: Knit.

Row 2: Purl.

Row 3: Knit.

Row 4: Purl.

Row 5: Knit.

Row 6: Purl.

Stitch through your square along all of the edges and pull tight.

This should form your bobble – secure to the middle of the flower.


Abbreviations >

K – Knit

P – Purl

 inc – increase by knitting into the front and back of the next stitch

dec – decrease by knitting the next 2 stitches together

p2tog – purl next 2 stitches together

yo – yarn around needle sts – Stitches

Stockinette (Stocking) Stitch = Row 1: knit/Row 2: Purl

WS – wrong side

I love seeing your finished projects!

If you enjoyed making the baby girl slippers, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, be sure to tag me @handylittleme.

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Happy Knitting! xoxo

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This pattern has been featured on All Free Knitting. You can see the article here.





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