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Cloud Puff Booties
Cloud Puff Booties
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Is she toddling around the playroom, or walking on a cloud? She won't be able to tell the difference while wearing the Cloud Puff Booties. This delightfully plush knit booties pattern features a high cuff and an adorable pom pom for added softness. These cute and cozy knits would make a great baby shower gift or first birthday present. Knit a set of three in different colors for a thoughtful present any mother (or baby!) would love to receive.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge22 sts and 30 rows = 4 ins [10 cm] in stocking stitch

Finished Size3 mos - to fit infant, 6 mos - to fit infant, 12 mos - to fit infant

Materials List

  • Softee Baby (140 g/5. oz;331 m/362 yds), Sizes: 3 mos, 6 mos, 12 mos, Main Color (MC) Flannel (30044) - 1, 1, 1 ball, Contrast A Pink (02001) - 1, 1, 1 ball
  • Size 4 mm (U.S. 6) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge


Booties (make 2 alike)

Sole: With A, cast on 31 (35-39) sts.
1st row: (WS). Knit.
2nd row: K1. M1. K14 (16-18). M1. K1. M1. K14 (16-18). M1. K1. 35 (39-43) sts.
3rd and alt rows: Knit.
4th row: K1. M1. K16 (18-20). M1. K1. M1. K16 (18-20). M1. K1. 39 (43-47) sts.
6th row: K1. M1. K18 (19-22). M1. K1. M1. K18 (20-22). M1. K1. 43 (47-51) sts.
7th to 9th rows: Knit. Break A.
With MC, work 12 (14-16) rows garter st (knit every row).
Shape foot: 1st row: (RS). K11. ssk. K6 (8-10). ssk. K1. K2tog. K6 (8-10). K2tog. K11. 39 (43-47) sts.
2nd and alt rows: Purl.
3rd row: K11. ssk. K4 (6-8). ssk. K1. K2tog. K4 (6-8). K2tog. K11. 35 (39-43) sts.
5th row: K11. ssk. K2 (4-6). ssk. K1. K2tog. K2 (4-6). K2tog. K11. 31 (35-39) sts.
7th row: K11. ssk. K0 (2-4). ssk. K1. K2tog. K0 (2-4). K2tog. K11. 27 (31-35) sts.
Beg with a purl row, work 5 (7-9) rows stocking st, dec 1 st at center of last row. 26 (30-34) sts.
Cuff: 1st row: (RS). K1. *P2. K2. Rep from * to last st. K1.
Rep last until Cuff measures 2 (2¼-2½) in [5 (5.5-6) cm] ending with a RS row.
Cast off loosely in ribbing.

Sew bottom and back seam, reversing seam half way through ribbing for fold back cuff.

Pompom (make 2)

Wind A around 2 fingers approx 40 times. Remove from fingers and tie tightly in center. Cut through each side of loops. Trim to a smooth round shape. Attach one pom-pom to each Bootie as seen in picture.


Make 1 stitch by picking up horizontal loop lying before next stitch and knitting into back of loop
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Does anyone know what to do when the heel is done ending in 20 st's. The next id the foot and it starts at 30. How do you add on those 10 st's? the rating is lower as I can't finish the pattern after a lot of work.

What row are you on? There is no row that ends in 20 stitches and needs 30 for the next row. There are corrections to this pattern on the yarnspirations website that are not shown here for the cuff, but no other corrections according to the website.

I'm having a hard time with the "foot shaping" part of this pattern. I feel like it's too /br /What does it mean by "7th to 9th rows Knit. Break /With MC, work 12 (14-16) rows garter st (knit every row)."br /How many stitches are we suppose to put in the garter row? (

I'm finding these instructions a bit /br /"work 12 (14-16) rows garter st (knit every row)."br /br /Exactly what is this suppose to mean? How many stitches are in the garter row?

Looks nice, but I can't understand what MC means "With MC, work 12 (14-16) rows garter st (knit every row)." /

Hello vbuinauskaite 1991 468, "MC" stands for "Main Color." Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

It means, Main Colour. Happy knitting!

These baby booties are so sweet. I love the playful pompom on the front. A great gift for any mommy-to-be!

This pattern was my first attempt at booties and it was really easy. I made several because we were expecting our very first grandchildren. I even made one pair for my new grand-daughter while my other daughter-in-law was in labor while sitting the waiting room waiting or the appearance of our grandson!! The pattern does leave some small holes at the toe, but pattern adjustments have been made, I believe, since I made these.

These cute cloud puff booties are sure to keep a lively toddler's feet warm and cozy! I love how the color of the pompoms and soles of the booties match! I think that making the booties will need some attention because stitches are increased and decreased to give the booties their cute shape. Anyone made these booties?


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