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Adult Knit Booties

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Do you ever get jealous of tiny babies with their tiny knit booties? If socks aren't keeping you warm enough, try this pair of Adult Knit Booties! This knit slipper pattern is cozy, comfortable, and stays put on your foot. The Adult Knit Booties are easy to walk around the house and are a great treat for your feet after a long day. Make your own pair of Adult Knit Booties today with this free knitting pattern.

Kniited Adult Booties
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Easy

Knitting Needle Size: 8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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there is a picture of piggy slippers.....but you hit th picture to go to the pattern and you do not go there.. soooooo where is it? also did a search.. and nothing

Thank you for sharing these patterns. I enjoy looking through them. Have found them very inspiring. Love the bootees! many thanks.

I love looking at all the neat patterns and things people make and share, they are not always a style I like myself but then the things I make are not always someone elses cup of tea but that is what is great about this world, we are not cloned :-) enjoy what you find and use what you like and leave the rest for those that like other things.

These are wonderful, super comfy...found the pattern last year and then misplaced...Thank you for it! These are beautiful on your feet with great yarn.

I am just trying to make these but can't work out row 3. I only have 17sts left instead of 19. Please help.

If you only ave 17 sts left at the end-look to your previous row-the increase was done twice, which would give you the correct stitch count moving forward.

My grandma knitted me these booties in the 60s. She made them for everybody. She has been gone for many years. I have a pair that she had made for my dad and have been wearing them. My 5 year old granddaughter is begging me to make her a pair but I cannot find a child's pattern. Do you have one available? Thanks so much.

I am a very new beginner knitter and I think I am going to give these a try, they look sooooo comfortable and I also would like to comment on the negative comments............if you can't say something nice then don't say anything at all.............I personally would like to thank all the people who have put there patterns for free on here........you guys are awesome

why can'I download the patterns. I double click on , click ere for pattern but nothing happens? can anyone help please.

Aloha, This is a great site and so very helpful. It is so sad there is so many ugly and hateful people out in cyper space and they really do not know how to be nice or use their computer. Great job, keep up the good work.

just in case any one reads the comments previous to this one.... all my needles are marked in mm but not all are marked in American size. if you think the pattern is ugly then do not use it, write your own. i have always had a great time on this site and met a lot of friends who have helped me with problems. remember, you get what you pay for and treat others as you wish to be treated. when you write an incredible pattern and post it here for free i will be first in line to thank you

Sorry, but what good is easy if they're ugly. Surely someone can come up with something more attractive to egg beginners on.

I love wearing knitted booties around the house because it does part of my housework for me! We have a lot of shedding cats and dogs and the hair automatically sticks to my slippers as I walk, then I change slippers when they get hairy and my floor has already been lightly swept! I can really tell the difference when I am wearing shoes or soled slippers as my floor has a lot more hair!

Hi trunyrican11 5566917, Here is a link for some great knitting tutorials if you need help learning how to knit. http://www.allfreeknitting.com/Knitting-Tutorials Hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeKnitting

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Hi jowall3 5680701, We often suggest users copy and paste the text into a Word document and print from there. Thanks!

How Do I get the patteren to pri nt?

Could these booties be knitted much larger in wool and be felted?

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i just finished knitting the first bootie. tried it on, ahhh, it is so comfortable and attractive that i couldn't wait to finish the other one before commenting. very fast to knit, too. i will be giving these as gifts! thanks so much! ava

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