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Baby Moccasins
Baby Moccasins
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These adorable knit baby booties come in three different color combinations. Knit your booties in the round using double pointed needles. Once the main pattern is finished, add colorful embellishments using the duplicate stitch method. You will need a well-made yarn needle for this task, but the end result is so worth the effort.


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm, 4 or 3.5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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im just looking for simple patterns for baby and toddler slippers either crochet or knit... any one have any?

How can I make these with regular needles/ I have no idea what to do with DPNS >>>>

Socks and these types of patterns are hard (in my opinion) to knit with regular needles. I'm not the biggest fan of DPNs at all and it took me a while to get used to them, but they are helpful when a circular needle is too big. I like to use as few DPNs as possible, so I cast on the stitches evenly between 3 and then you use a 4th as the working needle. So for instance once you cast on all your stitches, you'll take your 4th needle and start knitting from the 1st needle. Then, your 1st needle becomes your working needle and you use it to start knitting from the 2nd needle. I know this didn't answer your original question but I hope it helps you tackle DPNs and get better acquainted with them!

Love these cute mocs! I would make them as gifts for the new babies that always arrive in our lives. They are cuter than socks and suitable for boys and girls, so they could be made ahead of time- which makes life easier than waiting until the baby's gender is known. And, being gender-neutral can be shared later by other children that join the family.

I love how easy they are to make, and how authentic they look!

I would knit these cute moccasins for my nephew's new baby boy due in July.


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