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Booties for Baby


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Little Booties... An absolute necessity in any baby's wardrobe... sweet, adorable, warm, quick to knit... This sweet little pattern has two styles to choose from - a ribbed cuff or an eyelet cuff with drawstring! To change the size, simply change your yarn and needle size. Fingering weight for the Small size and DK/Sport weight for the Large size. Or, just double your fingering weight yarn to make the large size as well! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, Purl, Increase, Decrease GAUGE Small: 7 sts/inch in Stockinette Stitch (Fingering weight) Large: 6 sts/inch in Stockinette Stitch (DK/Sport weight) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Size: Small (Large)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn: Small: Approx 95 yds of fingering weight yarn Large: Approx 115 yds of DK/Sport weight yarn
  • Needles: Small: Two sets of Size 1 or 2 24" circular needles. Large: Two sets of Size 3 or 4 24" circular needles.
  • Tapestry needle for finishing, markers

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Live.Knit.Love patterns are the sole designs of Marjan & Jaime Marsman, a mother & daughter knitting team. As knitters and as former shop owners, they know how invaluable it is to have patterns that are reliable, understandable, well-written and inspiring - so they decided to create their own! They love to make even the simplest of designs fun and enchanting through clever designs, unique construction and special little touches of whimsy! Each pattern is written in a pleasant, engaging and easy-to-understand manner - full of helpful tidbits and knitting humor! Marjan & Jaime believe that the pattern should be as enjoyable as the finished project! After all, you're going to be spending a lot of time with your pattern - shouldn't it be a pattern that you enjoy?