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Project

My version of Babystvler

Project Description

What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo My version of Babystøvler Link to website or photo calistayoo.blogspot.com/2009/07/my-version-of-babystvler.html What advice would you give someone starting this project? It's so much easier than it looks. :D

What you will need

  • Fibranatura Baby Merino Yarn

Q&A with Calista

kokedrum211520 asked:
I have been looking for something like this in a knitting pattern. A patient where I worked would crocheted a pair for each person in the office. This is the first that I have seen closest to what she did, but in knitting. They are darling. Could the pattern be enlarged for adult feet???
Calista answered:
You could..but there's a knot on the sole part, and it might feel uncomfortable to walk in them. These shoes keep the feet of infant babies (who don't walk yet) warm, but I don't think it would be comfortable for anybody who can walk. It can be modified not to have any knot on the sole by knitting the sole part separate from the top, it should be a great design for adult, too. I'll try to make a pattern for that before this winter. :)
lizat asked:
where can I find this pattern?
Calista answered:
It's on by blog. There is a link to my blog post. You can get to it by clicking "My version of Babystvler ". (http://calistayoo.blogspot.com/2009/07/my-version-of-babystvler.html)
roo_vel232539 asked:
Where can this pattern by obtaned? Many Thanks
Calista answered:
It's on my blog. There is a link to my blog post. You can get to it by clicking "My version of Babystvler ". (http://calistayoo.blogspot.com/2009/07/my-version-of-babystvler.html)
Cables Queen asked:
Very nice booties. Marilyn mentioned about thiespattern available. Please where can I find It?Thanks in advance.
Calista answered:
Thanks! You can click the link "My version of Babystvler " right next to "pattern" to get to the pattern
bopgirl8 asked:
Arent these adorable. Would love a copy of the pattern if i could please. pretty_stitches@hotmail.com
Calista answered:
Hi! The pattern is at "http://calistayoo.blogspot.com/2009/07/my-version-of-babystvler.html". You can also click the link above (under the pattern info)