Easy Newborn Baby Booties Knitting Pattern
Easy Newborn Baby Booties Knitting Pattern- these flat knit booties are ideal for beginner knitters!
A few weeks ago I posted a knitting pattern for baby foldover booties. It got such a great response (thank you!!!) that I figured I’d post another. This pattern for Easy Knit Newborn Baby Booties is just as easy to make as the foldover booties- no complicated heel shaping or working with double point needles so it’s great for beginners! These garter stitch booties make great baby shower gifts!
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Easy Newborn Baby Booties Knitting Pattern
(Bootie footbed measures 3 1/2 inches long)
Yarn: any worsted weight yarn will do (the teal yarn is Caron Simply Soft in Ocean)
Needles: Size 4 US single point knitting needles
Cast on 31 stitches. Knit 8 rows.
Row 9: Knit 12, k2tog, knit 3, knit 2 together, knit 12
Row 10: Knit 11, knit 2 together, knit 3, knit 2 together, knit 11
Row 11: Knit 10, knit 2 together, knit 3, knit 2 together, knit 10
Row 12: Knit 9, knit 2 together, knit 3, knit 2 together, knit 9
Row 13: Knit 8, knit 2 together, knit 3, knit 2 together, knit 8
Row 14: Knit 7, knit 2 together, knit 3, knit 2 together, knit 7
Knit 12 more rows. Bind off loosely.
This is what the bootie looks like when you are finished knitting the booties pattern.
Fold bootie in half- wrong side out.
Sew the back seam.
Sew the bottom seam.
Turn right side out and fold the top over.
I love seeing your finished projects! If you enjoyed making these easy knit baby booties, or any of my other free patterns, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, just tag me @ginamicheleblog. Happy knitting!
Looking forward to making the booties they look so simple thanks for sharing
I cant wait to knit these for my newborn Grandson Charlie…Thankyou for Sharing!?
Thankyou for such a lovely simple pattern .looking forward to another project do you have mittens or easy cardigan
I plan to knit & send these to many areas of the world where they are needed. This will be part of a church project where we also knit other articles that are needed.
Wow, I just finished knitting a pair of these yesterday – turned out beautifully. Looking forward to same pattern in bigger size. Thanks for the lovely, easy pattern. This was my first knitting project ever and I feel so motivated. Thank you again
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Thanks for sharing your pattern. I would like to share with others. Would be awesome to be able to knit the booties on a knitting loom. Also yo be able to knit them in all sizes. God Bless!!!!!
Thank you for sharing such an easy pattern! Do you by chance have this pattern in child and adult sizes!
Nevermind, I found the adult slipper pattern…At the top drop-down menu, under "Knitting Patterns" ;). Thanks again for all of the lovely, free Patterns!
Thank you so much for sharing this cute and easy pattern.
Kind regards from the EU.
Thanks for such an easy pattern , quickly knitted a pair last night watching TV .
Thanks again , from Israel
Love the pattern , so quick & easy .
Savtaroo in Israel
Love the pattern. Made a pair in an hour. However, the # are off by a few. If you cast on 31 you cant start with knitting 12 + 2+ 3+ 3+ 2+ 12= 34
There is only 1 3 in the middle of lin 9
There is an extra 3 stitches in your post – the pattern only has 3 knit stitches in-between the 2 knit together stitches instead of 6 (3+3)
These are brilliant! A non knitter like me managed these with no difficulty. Thanks for sharing this pattern.
These are so cute and easy! Thanks for your super clear instructions – I am really happy with my results 🙂
Tnx..i will try making this for may baby!!
This is great! Wondering how to adjust for a slightly bigger baby foot?
If you only want them slightly larger I would suggest going up a needle size.
I am not an experienced knitter. I have been looking for a pattern that was not complicated to knit booties for my grand-daughter. She has had a foot amputated and this style of bootie, with the longer leg, are the best kind for keeping on her leg. Thank you for sharing. Can't wait to see how they turn out. If I want to make them bigger, I think I can increase this pattern without much difficulty.
Would be ok if I put your pattern in our village newsletter as we are knitting baby booties for our local hospital to give to new mothers.
Thank you so much for this! Every other beginner pattern was way too complex for my scarf-level skills 🙂 I have a successful bootie for my new niece!
I have already made 3 pairs of booties, they are so quick and simple to knit up.