Easy 2 Needle Baby Booties

Easy 2 Needle Baby Booties

This first picture is when you finish your regular knitting, before the decrease rows (the last 3 rows). No matter what size you’re making, your piece should look something like this, just smaller and less eyelets.

This photo was taken after the last row was knitted (row 11). You’ll notice I’ve not bound off the stitches, but left them “live”.

Now I’ve cut the yarn, leaving about 12 inches, threaded the yarn onto a yarn needle and slipped the stitches to the yarn needle.

Now I’ve pulled the yarn tight. You’ll see that the sides pull up, naturally, along the line of stockinette stitches. You can now see the beginnings of the bootie.

Now I’ve sewn up the open seam to the top. This is a personal choice. You can stop where the “bound off” stitches begin, leaving the front cuff of the bootie open. This could be helpful in putting on and removing it.

This is the back seam. You take that cast on tail, thread it on a needle and sew this up.

4 responses to “Easy 2 Needle Baby Booties

  1. chloe

    The booties look great!
    Since I couldn’t download the patternlk, I assume it isn’t up yet. Or is there something wrong with my computer?
    Thanks for sharing.


  2. farhana

    hi . hope u r great . this botty is v good . i want to take all details / details / method how to mafe this ? i ll be thannk ful to u wil wait for ur good reply


  3. chloe

    Trying to download the easy 2 needle bootie pattern but keep getting an error message that the file is damaged.
    Is it possible for you to email the pattern to me?
    I would be most appreciative if you could.


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