Baby Daisy Shoes

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Baby Daisy Shoes Pattern


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Knitting: Baby Daisy Shoes
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting
  • Embroidery (optional)

Pattern Description:

This baby shoe pattern is a very easy knit - on two needles, in one piece, and with just one short seam to sew up. You can use any doubleknit wool, and the pattern comes in two sizes: 0-3 months, and 3-6 months.

The shoes look really cute plain, but if you fancy embroidering them please don't add any beads. Just for safety. They would make a great baby shower gift.

If you have not done any embroidery before, I think wool on wool is one of the best ways to start. The photos might give you some inspiration, and there are photo tutorials for all the stitches I have used on my blog, to which the pattern will direct you.

i have a few individual pairs of shoes for sale in my Etsy shop if you would like to buy a pair already knitted. All pairs for sale are unique. You can find my shop through the link in my blog.


35 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 0-3 months Length 9cm
  • 3-6 months Length 10.5cm


  • Knitting Needles 2.5mm
  • Double Knit Wool (20-25g)

About Designer

About Designer

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The inspiration for my knitting patterns often comes from nature. I love little knitting projects, and try my hardest to be realistic with my plant and animal designs.

Often my projects start from something very personal: my own house or my husband's first car. Then I develop them into something that I think will be appealing.

I live on the outskirts of London, and work part-time at a ...

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