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No Button Baby Booties

By: Mixtape Memories

If you're trying to find an easy, last-minute DIY baby shower gift, try these adorable No Button Baby Booties.  Made entirely in the stockinette stitch, these booties are perfect knitting patterns for beginners. Free knitting patterns for babies are especially fun when they are this simple. Because these booties do not have any buttons or fasteners, they are excellent first projects for anyone wanting to learn how to knit baby booties of any kind. You'll love how adorable these easy baby booties are on both little boys and girls, making them great presents for all mommies to be.

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Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Hi, I'm trying out this pattern but I couldn't really understand in the joining section. Tried viewing the video link provided but somehow YouTube said the link "doesn't exist". Appreciate some advise or another link please.. Really looking forward to the outcome of this knit work. Knitting one for my little bub! ) This was the link I tried www.youtube.com/user/stitchleft Thank you very much!!!

Hi everyone! I found a link that helped me understand the Joining section in the pattern above! Here's the link http//www.stitchdiva.com/tutorials/knitting/pickin == g-up-stitches

I don't understand the negative comment. These are very easy, work up quickly and use very little yarn. And the pattern is free. What more do people want? I made them and they do stand up, they stay on and mommy loves them because she doesn't have to tie or button them on the feet of a squiggly baby! Perhaps the problem lies at the other end of the needles? Not being snarky, just wondering.

This pattern doesn't work....the booties don't "stand up.." and surely won't stay on a baby's foot. Cute, but totally worthless.

Love these! and the youtube clip is great - thanks so much.

Where can I find the pattern once it is saved to "My Patterns"

PLEAse provide the chart with different sizes of booties and which size needles and yarn to use. Thank You! I love the pattern and wish to make some larger sizes.

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