Head and Toes Baby Gift Set

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Head and Toes Baby Gift Set Pattern


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Knitting: Head and Toes Baby Gift Set
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and purl
  • Cast on and bind off
  • Yarn over
  • Decrease

Pattern Description:

So many friends having babies and grand babies!! This gift set can be knit quickly and economically.

The set can be made in a wide variety of worsted weight yarn. As pictured, it's made using two colors of Red Heart - one solid and one multicolor. The two skeins will easily make all three pieces with ample yarn left over. Try reversing the colors and making another set!

Both the Rolled Brim Hat and the Pom Pom Hat as well as the Booties are knit on straight needles and seamed. Pattern includes directions for hats in three sizes; the one-size booties have an I-cord tie woven through simple eyelets knit into the booties. Size 7 double-pointed needles are used for making the I-cord tie. Pattern includes instructions for making the I-cord.

This pattern is suitable for newer as well as more experienced knitters.


17 stitches = 4" in Stockinette Stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Hat: 12" (14", 16") to fit Preemie (Baby, Toddler)
  • Booties: one size (foot length approximately 4 1/2")


  • #8 needles (or size to get gauge)
  • Worsted weight yarn in two colors (approximately 130 grams total will make both hats and a pair of booties)

You Will Also Need:

  • 2 stitch holders
  • #7 double-pointed needles for I-cord
  • Pom pom maker or cardboard
  • Tapestry needle for sewing

About Designer

About Designer

Mkaryl Design on craftsy.com
by Mkaryl Design
Albuquerque, NM
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I'm Marlene Sigel, a lifelong knitter, designer, and yarnaholic passionate about texture and color and working with both!

I love creating designs that look more complex than they are, as well as teaching and starting new knitters on their knitting adventures!

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