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EASY Watermelon Baby Booties Free Knitting Pattern

May 22, 2017

    For many families Spring and Summer bring the addition of new little ones. Hand knit baby booties are a thoughtful gift, but if you’re a newbie knitter, they can be difficult to make. This pattern is knit flat and then seamed when finished. There’s no double point needles, or heel shaping- yay!!!
    To make these booties even cuter (and perfect for Summer!) I created a watermelon print using different colors of yarn. The “seeds” are stitched on after the bootie is completed using a yarn needle. This baby bootie knitting pattern is as easy as it comes and they make a great gift. Happy Knitting!

Yarn: Red Heart Paddy Green yarn, Sugar ‘N Cream yarn (hot pink), scrap of black worsted weight yarn and white worsted weight yarn 
Needles: Size US 7 straight, Yarn needle
Crochet hook size G
Free Knitting Pattern (make 2)
Size: 0-3 months  (footbed measures 3 inches)
Cast on 30 sts. 
Rows 1-11: Knit across
Row 12: Bind off 7 sts. Knit to end of row. 
Row 13: Bind off 7 sts. Knit to end of row.
Row 14: K1, YO, K2 tog, Repeat across- for the last stitch Knit 1
Rows 15-22: Knit across
Bind off loosely.

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How to assemble the booties:
This is what the piece looks like when you are finished knitting. I sewed the “seeds” on using a yarn needle.
Fold the bootie over and sew the 2 sides of the bottom together.
Sew over the toes (do not sew the green part closed)
Sew around the front of the bootie. Turn right side out. Crochet a 12 inch chain using the white yarn. Insert through the holes to make the ties. 
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    May 26, 2017 at 2:13 am

    i dont think that i can make it like this anyway in my lifetime 🙁 it is saddening but i will do try all my best. thank you for teaching.

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