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Little Royalty Baby Booties

By: Karen Templer from Fringe Association
Little Royalty Baby Booties

If you're expecting a baby (or know someone who is), the quest for baby knitting patterns can be a bit overwhelming. You just want to cast on every adorable knit hat pattern you find; and once you start, you can't stop. In the midst of casting on knit baby blanket and hats, consider learning how to knit baby booties. After all, these are the things sure to go flying once the baby starts kicking, so you'll need plenty. With the Little Royalty Baby Booties, you get an easy knit baby booties pattern it won't take you long at all to finish. They may grow out of them in no time at all, but the Little Royalty Baby Booties can also double as a cute little memento of your child's most precious days. So, cast on this baby booties knitting pattern today. Nothing beats the love and warmth you can give baby through knitting!


Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

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

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

Looking for the matching knit baby hat for these adorable booties? Check out the Serendipity Baby Hat!

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These booties are really cute, I have made some. I have a problem with how thick they are(worsted). Can't imagine that thick of booty on a baby.

These booties are adorable and should be quick to knit on the big needles. Even a beginning knitter can make a pair in an evening. Just think of how cute they would look with a little flower or other embellishment sewn securely on the instep. Thanks for sharing your pattern Karen.


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