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Sock Monkey Booties


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Designed by myself, these original booties are some of the cutest things I've ever made. Not only are they adorable, but they fit great. They are designed to be stretchy and very comfortable. PERFECT for baby showers or a "welcome" gift for newborns. Looks great in traditional sock monkey colors, or try different color combos to make them even more unique! Includes instructions for the following sizes: 0-3 months, 6 months, 12 months Suggested yarns: Anything worsted weight. These are knit FLAT! =) Full color PDF pattern file will be available for download. Includes photos and row by row stitch counts. YES! You may sell items that you make from this pattern! **Pattern updated on Dec 11, 2013 with more photos and step-by-step tutorials!** BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting skills GAUGE GAUGE: approx 28 sts + 24 rows per 4 inches. (K1, P1 ribbing) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 0-3 months 6 months 12 months PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Vanna's Choice, I Love This Yarn, Cascade 220, anything worsted! COLORWAY Taupe (Brown), Linen (Beige), Cranberry (Red)

Supplies Needed

  • Size 7 (4.5mm) knitting needles
  • yarn needle
  • 4 small buttons (optional)

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Aunt Janet's Designs
Aunt Janet's Designs
I adore knitting and crocheting. I don't understand how people can sit and watch a movie and NOT be knitting or crocheting! Such wasted opportunity. =) My mother taught me how to do both right about the time I started Kindergarten. And here I am 40 years later, designing my own patterns. Although I still do buy quite a few from fellow designers! In my spare time I enjoy (duh!) knitting and crocheting, reading my Nook, walking... spare time is limited these days with nursing classes. If only I could find a way to knit while I study...