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Cute Knitted Shoes for Little Feet. Free Pattern with Videos!

Updated on April 16, 2016

Flowers can decorate the nature and babies can bring happiness to families. Knitting for babies is more enjoyable than other knitting projects. A mother, also a knitter has never end knitting for her little bundle of joy and this time I just made shoes-style booties for my lovely daughter.

This baby booties pattern is very easy to knit and just used garter stitches, which is knitting both right and wrong sides with knit stitches. They are also decorated with basic crochet chains shoes laces. It is so simple and doesn't take much time to knit and a perfect one for last minute gift. The stitches and style make the little booties cuddly to wear and cute. Enjoy your knit and make warm little feet of your cuties in a short time!

(c) whiteflowerneedle 2012
(c) whiteflowerneedle 2012
(c) whiteflowerneedle 2012
(c) whiteflowerneedle 2012

Pattern Instructions

The pattern has two sizes, newborn to 6 months and 6 to 12 months. The booties' soles are approximately 3.9 in length for smaller size and 4.2 in for larger size. Booties have approximately 2.2 in height. They are knitted with category 4 medium worsted weight yarn, Caron Simply Soft. You will need US 4/ 3.5 mm double pointed needles, yarn needle and a crochet hook.

Abbreviations:

K = Knit

YO = Yarn Over

SSK = Slip-Slip-Knit

K2tog = Knit-two-together

M1 (M1L) = Make 1 Left (Increase 1 stitch)

sts = stitches

First number in parentheses is for smaller size and second number is for larger size.


Let's Start.

Cast on (31, 43) with gray color.

Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11: K.

Row 2: K1, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K1, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K1. (35, 47 sts)

Row 4: K2, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K3, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K2. (39, 51 sts)

Row 6: K3, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K5, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K3. (43, 55 sts)

Row 8: K4, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K7, M1, (K14, K20), M1, K4. (47, 59 sts)

Row 12: Change blue color and K.

Rows 13-17: K

Row 18: (K15, K21), SSK 4 times, K1, K2tog 4 times, (K15, K21). (39, 51 sts)

Rows 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36: K

Row 20: (K12, K18), SSK 3 times, YO, K3, YO, K2tog 3 times, (K12, K18). (35, 47 sts)

Row 22: (K8, K14), SSK 3 times, K7, K2tog 3 times, (K8, K14). (29, 41 sts)

Row 24: (K9, K15), SSK twice, YO, K3, YO, K2tog twice, (K9, K15). (27, 39 sts)

Row 26: (K8, K14), SSK, K7, K2tog, (K8, K14). (25, 37 sts)

Row 28: (K7, K13), SSK twice, YO, K3, YO, K2tog twice, (K7, K13). (23, 35 sts)

Row 30: (K6, K12), SSK, K7, K2tog, (K6, K12). (21, 33 sts)

Row 32: (K7, K13), SSK, YO, K3, YO, K2tog, (K7, K13). (21, 33 sts)

Bind off and cut yarn about 12”. Sew wrong sides together and weave in ends.

Make the second one. Method is exactly the same for left and right booties. Make two shoe laces with basic crochet chains and tie on booties. If you are a beginner knitter, watch the following YouTube videos for details.

This pattern is for personal use only and not for commercial sale.

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© 2012 whiteflowerneedle

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