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Sunshine Knit Baby Socks

Sunshine Knit Baby Socks Keep baby's tootsies warm and covered in the Sunshine Knit Baby Socks. These happy yellow knit baby socks are perfect for post-bath time and pre-bedtime changing routines. These tiny little socks require just one ball of Red Heart Plus Baby Yarn in Lemon, so they knit up fairly quickly. The Sunshine Knit Baby Socks make a great baby shower present for any mother-to-be.

 

Basic Baby Booties

Basic Baby Booties These Basic Baby Booties are sure to delight everyone who lays eyes on them. You do not have to tell anyone how easy they were to knit just let these adorable little booties speak for themselves. Beginners will be able to tackle this simple pattern with ease. You will be casting off your first baby bootie before you know it. There is lots of room for creative touches with this pattern. Add a bow for some additional decoration, or leave the booties blank for a classic look.

 

Knockoff Baby Uggs

Knockoff Baby Uggs Do you love the look of designer Uggs but hate the price tag? How about a DIY designer pair? These Knockoff Baby Uggs may be even cuter than the originals. This adorable knit baby booties pattern is prefect for the fashionista baby who just has to have the latest style. Baby will stay warm while heads turn with these insanely cute Knockoff Baby Uggs. They're proof that it's never too early to be a slave to fashion.

 

No Button Baby Booties

No Button Baby Booties If you're trying to find an easy, last-minute gift for a baby shower, try these adorable No Button Baby Booties. Made entirely in the stockinette stitch, these easy booties are perfect for both little boys and girls. Knitting baby items is especially fun when they're this simple!

 

Sweetheart Baby Booties

Sweetheart Baby Booties Featuring a high cuff to keep baby's ankles warm, the Sweetheart Baby Booties are a lacy gem you'll treasure long after she has outgrown them. These darling knit baby booties require just one skein of fingering weight yarn and a bit of scrap ribbon for a unique finishing touch. These lacy booties make a great project for knitters who are looking for a slightly more challenging pattern.

 

Bitty Baby Uggs

Bitty Baby Uggs Free knitting patterns for babies are always pretty cute, but these Bitty Baby Uggs are adorable. Knit in the stockinette stitch, these little booties will help keep your baby's feet nice and toasty. No matter what color you choose, these make fabulous gifts.

 

Easy Baby Booties

Easy Baby Booties Use this free knitting pattern to make fluffy slippers for a baby in need. These Easy Baby Booties are are not only a cozy knit baby shoe, but also a great way to get rid of excess scraps of yarn.This pattern is a simple, yet adorable, knit that will sneak it's way onto your favorites list. Knit a couple pairs to last the winter or knit some for a friend. You'll be able to make several pairs in a weekend!

 

Baby Mary Janes

Baby Mary Janes Knitting for a baby is so rewarding, especially when the baby is your own. There are so many fun things to knit tiny little bibs, mini beanies, baby bunting, and tiny little mittens. All baby clothes are absolutely adorable, but there's something about little knit baby booties that screams cute. These tiny Baby Mary Janes are some of the cutest free bootie patterns we've seen. This simple knitting pattern looks great with solid color or multi-color yarn. Have fun and make a pair in every color!

 

Royal Baby Booties

Royal Baby Booties These booties are fit for a prince! The Royal Baby Booties are a gorgeous shade of deep blue and have a handsome stitch design that hug baby's tiny feet in all the right places. This classic baby booties pattern is a must-knit for grandmothers, aunts, and mothers of tiny bundles of joy. The Royal Baby Booties make a great baby shower gift or first birthday present. We love these booties in the blue shown in the picture, but they would look just as sweet in a soft pastel or creamy white.

 

Bev's Stay On Booties

Bevs Stay On Booties No longer will your baby's feet go cold! No longer will you have to search for rogue baby booties around your house! Bev's Stay On Booties, a free knitting pattern, won't fall off of your baby's feet. These adorable candy-colored baby booties are a sweet treat for your knitting needles as well as your baby's tootsies. Knit a pair today and never lose a pair of booties again!

 

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