Baby Ballet Shoes

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Baby Ballet Shoes Pattern


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Knitting: Baby Ballet Shoes
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Girls, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • simple decrease
  • hand sewing
  • make I-cord
  • easy flat knit pattern

Pattern Description:

This is a pattern for an adorable pair of knit Ballet Shoes.
Great for summer.
Treat the special little baby girl in your life to a pair of romantic ballet shoes!
A very easy project, suitable for beginners.
Makes a great gift.
They feature a garter stitch sole and sides and a lovely simple flower embroidery.
Experiment with different colours and also try them in wool.
Why not make a few pairs to go with different dresses?

All you need 4 ply cotton or bamboo baby yarn and some knitting needles in size 4mm or US 6
as well as some remnant yarn for the embroidery.
Pattern comes in 2 sizes: birth to 3 months and 3 to 6 months.


24st and 28 rows make 10 cm or 4 " square

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Newborn to 3 months
  • 3 to 6 months


  • 50 g cotton or bamboo baby yarn in natural colour
  • Remnant of blue and pink yarn for embroidery
  • knitting needles size 4mm or US6, either DPN's or short circular

You Will Also Need:

  • darning needle

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

cotton or cotton blends


natural, ivory or cream

About Designer

About Designer

Alma Mahler on

I am a fashion/ textile designer and mother of six children.
Over time I have designed and knitted as well as sewn hundreds of items of baby and childrens clothing.

I am a designer specializing in innovative and practical children's wear that is timeless and understated.

Sewing, knitting and designing for babies and children gives me special joy and freedom to be playful, nostalgic and ...

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