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Easiest Baby Booties Pattern


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Easiest Baby Booties Pattern
Easiest Baby Booties Pattern
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Making baby booties has never been simpler than with this Easiest Baby Booties Pattern. You may never have to buy baby shoes again. These fascinating easy knit baby booties start looking like a block letter and turn into adorable little baby shoes. The crossover design is reminiscent of Japanese kimonos, and the cool, bright colors radiate calmness and delicacy. Before you go out and waste your money on tiny sneakers your kiddo will grow out of in just a few months, take a look at these easy knit baby booties.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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quick and easy bootie pattern They also stay on the baby's foot.

EEP! I can't even stand how adorable these booties are! I tripped across this pattern while looking for some quick knit baby shower gifts. Boy am I glad I did! I just love how delicate they are. I feel like any Mum would be thrilled to get these as a gift. I also like that they use so little yarn, it would be a great stash-buster project! I think I will be making these up in several different colours. They are absolutely stunning. The only think that would make the pattern better is if there was a more descriptive note on how to seem them up.

I knitted a bootie with 38 stitches. But when I try to join the side of the top of the T to the lower end (the toes), it is wider. Can you provide the T shape in iinches? I think the number of rows at the wider part of the T must match the stitches in the narrow end. Only then can I stitch the two at the toes.

Super simple baby booties to make up in a rainbow of colors. Sewing them together is a bit fiddly, but once you've made one pair it will be easy to make more. I love the little owl button you added hparsons1964 44611 11 and think that there could be a lot of simple dress up ideas for the booties such as your button, a pretty bow or a sew on patch.

Great pattern, you can whip up a pair on a wet afternoon. Perfect for charity stall.

Can somebody please explain how to sew them up?

I must be brain dead. I cannot figure out how to sew the bootie together. A video would help tremendously because I'd like to make a bunch of these for friends.

I feel the same way. I mean the knitting part was simple enough, but the instructions weren't that easy to finish. My attempt was a massive failure.

You will fold up the T-the top of the T becomes the back of the bootie, sew down the sides and across the toe just as the pattern explains. I suggest folding it over and pinning it to ensure that when you sew it, it will look right.

these patterns are so easy, having struggled with complicated patterns I am so pleased to have one I can understand. Thank you so much!

i wish they made these for bigger people, everyone I know would love them!


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