Cute Baby Booties – Free pattern for Stricklinge bootees

Cute Baby Booties – Free pattern for Stricklinge bootees

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What you need for these baby bootees:

  • Yarn – sport/dk 130-150 yd (125 m/50g) 50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic, white and another color
  • Gauge – 22 stitches, 28 rows = 4“/10 cm
    I used this yarn: rico baby cotton soft dk
  • Needle – US 4 – 6 or 3.5 – 4mm a short circular needle and 2 needles from DPN
  • white shoelaces 0,7 yd (60 cm)

Start at the sole with garter stitch

cast on 30 stiches in white yarn;
row 1: k30;
row 2: kfb, k12, kfb, k1, kfb, k12, kfb, k1;
row 3: k34;
row 4: k1, kfb, k12, kfb, k3, kfb, k12, kfb, k2;
row 5: k38;
row 6: k2, kfb, k12, kfb, k5, kfb, k12, kfb, k3;
row 7: k42;
row 8: k3, kfb, k12, kfb, k7, kfb, k12, kfb, k4;
row 9 – 11: k46, break off yarn;
row 12 – 15: AC k46 in colour yarn;
row 16: p46;
row 17: k18, kfb, leave these 20 remaining stitches unworked as well as the 19 stitches from the other side.

Just above the 8 center stitches for the shoe tongue, carry on knitting with the other needle.
row 1: kfb, k6, kfb = 10 st;
row 2: k1; p8; k1;
row 3: k10;
row 4 – 16: alternate row 2 and 3;
row 17: k2tog, k6, k2tog;
row 18: bo 8, cut yarn, weave in end.

Pattern for Baby Booties

Carry on with the 19 remaining stitches you left unworked.
row 1: kfb, k18, and over the back middle, the heel, the 20 st from other side k;
row 2: k1, p38, k1;
row 3: k40;
row 4: k1, p38, k1;
row 5: k2, k2tog, k32, SKP, k2;
row 4 and 5 repeat five times (to row 5: in the middle are every next row 2 stiches less);
last backside row k st bind off, cut yarn, weave in end.

Close the bottom and back seam. Put in the shoelaces.

baby bootees

The result: Stricklinge Bootee


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12 Kommentare

  1. Thank you for sharing these cute booties with us.

  2. Christa Hatzenbühler

    Super tolle bootes leider ist mein Englisch nicht so gut. Ginge es auch in german. Lieben Dank

    Hier meine e mail Adresse.

    hatze49@gmx.de

  3. Hi,
    I wonder if there might be a smaller pattern for these adorable runners?
    I made one following the instructions but it seems too big for a newborn.

    Thanks,
    Judy

  4. Hi….I am anxious to make these….and just want to confirm…. kfb is knit from back?? Thank you in advance

  5. Please tell me what is skp thank u

  6. Hi Inge

    I love your little bootees but I have never used a circular needle before would you please explain the abbreviations.
    Kfb – does that mean knit into the back of the next stitch ?
    SKP- ?

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