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Sockjes for Baby


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Babies love warm toesies! And, the only thing that babies love better than warm toesies is warm, ADORABLE toesies! Even a baby knows that when someone knits them socks it means that someone loves them! And, this pattern includes 3 perfect sizes for your little baby - how happy is that! The handy little eyelet row makes it so easy to put a little ribbon or drawstring through to keep those little sockjes on! (Psstt... these little sockjes knit up so fast - you could make a pair for every outfit!) Or, how about matching socks for Mommy (separate pattern available) & Baby? Too cute! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, Purl, Increase, Decrease GAUGE 7 sts/inch in Stockinette Stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Preemie (6 Months, 12 Months)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Two Size 2 (or Size 1) Circular needles
  • Approx 95(115,135) yds of fingering weight yarn
  • 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?