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baboo said:
Hope to make some booties for first time.. Have great-granddaughter on the way.. June... Hope to look, get help
looks like a good place to start
Hi Baboo
Just go to the top of the page and go to Search. Type in knitted bootie pattern and a list of them will come up.
Hope that helps

Linda
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Go to the top of page and search UGGs bootie. They were awful cute and worked up so easy. I made them out of fun fur for a little guy. They looked like monster boots. His dad loved them.
And there have been others posted.
It will be a good start.
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There are lots of bootie patterns I found on line cute mary Jane slippers and Aldo the cutesy bunny slippers. You can see what they look like on my ravelry site I'm sockteacher under people. Here Is the web address for the bunny slippers http:www//aww.ninemsn.com.au
Knitted bunny slippers. Good luck and enjoy the new grandbaby.
 

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Go to http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/bevs-stay-on-booties.html. I have attached a picture of the booties I made. These are the first booties I ever made and they were super easy on straight needles.

The sweater is one a very nice lady posted on this forum. I made the booties and sweater to compliment an afghan for a baby shower.
 

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These are the easiest booties I've ever made, they are crocheted "sockies":

http://www.oocities.org/gossgirl2/sockies.htm

Someone sent this to me on this site, very cute & easy, I've made about 50 pair & put on some my etsy site, "marilyncreations" & you can see what they look like! I made some for my new granddaughter, some for great nephew on the way in June! Hope you have good luck, if some reason you have difficulties getting the pattern, I will type it for you, just send me a private message!

Marilyn
 

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Here's an easy pattern I use all the time, using baby yarn and size 5-8 needles to adjust size from preemie to newborn. These take me about 1 1/2 hours for a pair.

Cast on 32 stitches
Rows 1-6: Knit
Row 7-12: Work in stockinette. (K 1 row, P 1 row)
Row 13: K2Tog, Knit across row
Row 14: P2Tog, Purl across row
Row 15: BO3, Knit across row (To include an optional eyelet, "YO, K2TOG* across remainder of this row)
Row 16: BO3, Purl Across (Same if doing eyelets).
****You will have 22 stitches at this point*****
Work 18 rows in K1, P1 ribbing, Bind Off all 22 stitches.

Fold bootie in half, seam from back edge of sole, around the toe and up the cuff.
 

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AllyMu said:
Go to http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/bevs-stay-on-booties.html. I have attached a picture of the booties I made. These are the first booties I ever made and they were super easy on straight needles.

The sweater is one a very nice lady posted on this forum. I made the booties and sweater to compliment an afghan for a baby shower.
what lovely work. my first pair of booties were fine if the baby's feet were two different sizes. . .
 

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Do a search for HEARTSTRINGS BABY BOOTIES online. A link comes up for booties designed by Annette Majewski. This will download a word document for you. I made the in size 3 needles for newborn but it has 6 different cuff variations. the pattern says to use larger than size 3 needles but I wanted newborn. This is a really cool pattern. It came from Golden Girl on here. Love this pattern!! She also sent me a baby blanket and hat pattern if you would like that let me know. I'm over half done on the blanket and it is very nice.
 

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Send me your email and I'll send you a bootie pattern that has several different finishes on the top to do. It's a fun and easy pattern.
 
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