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Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern- a quick and easy pattern for stay-on baby booties. Knit flat on straight needles.

Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Over the past few years, I’ve created several flat knit baby booties knitting patterns. Judging by the popularity of these patterns, it’s clear I’m not the only one who doesn’t like double point needles! I find baby booties so much easier/faster to knit on straight needles.

This latest pattern features a foldover cuff and ribbed toe. These basic booties are gender neutral and the pattern is beginner-friendly.

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Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Yarn: Vanna’s Choice in Kelly Green (#4 yarn weight, worsted weight yarn)
Needles: Size US 7 single point
Gauge: 2 inches= 7 sts
Sizes: 0-3 months, 3-6 months
Cast on 16 (20) sts. Work in Garter stitch for 4 (5) inches. Bind off 8 (10) sts at the start of the row.
Row 1: P
Row 2: P
Row 3: K
Row 4: K
Repeat these 4 rows until piece measures 9 (10) inches from the cast on edge. Bind off.

This is what the piece looks like when you are finished knitting:

Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Fold the sides over towards each other. The shorter piece makes the toes.

Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Sew the side seam and the bottom seam.

Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Run a stitch around the upper part of the toe.

Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Pattern

Pull to gather and make a knot. Fold the top part of the bootie over.

Looking for more Easy Flat Knit Booties Knitting Patterns?

Cuffed Baby Booties

Foldover Booties Knitting Pattern
Newborn & Infant Easiest Baby Booties Knitting Pattern

I love seeing your finished projects! If you enjoyed making these Flat Knit Booties Free Knitting Patternn or any of my other free knitting patterns, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, just tag me @ginamicheleblog. Happy knitting!

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