Two Needle Blocks Baby Booties


Two Needle Blocks Baby Booties


Two Needle Blocks Baby Booties

If you know how to knit and purl, you know how to make the Two Needle Blocks Baby Booties. This adorable baby booties knitting pattern is a fun and easy way to get rid of spare yarn while whipping up a darling knit for a tiny bundle of joy. This is a great beginner knitting pattern, but will keep more advanced knitters entertained, as well. Learn how to knit a hat and matching booties that will keep your little one warm and looking absolutely adorable.


Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Want more ideas of things to knit for your little one?  Look no further than this guide to 22 Free Baby Knitting Patterns

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May i have the instructions in french. Thank you Aimee

I like the way this bootie looks but hard to understand even though Im a beginner I know what the stitches are I still could not follow my bootie does not look nothing like the picture other than the pattern it is not shaped like a bootie so Im missing something thanks for listening.

Hi, please can you tell me how to read the pattern. I am battling with the pattern, the sections for the blocks. Thanks

This pattern uses an advanced knitting technique called "short row shaping", what that means is that after the initial rows are worked, the subsequent rows are only knit for the few specified stitches until you are instructed to turn, turn means exactly that, you will turn your work and start knitting back on the stitches previously worked while the unworked stitches are held on the needle until they are eventually incorporated back into the pattern. It may be helpful to find a tutorial or video example online, since this technique is much easier to understand when you see it than it is to explain.


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