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Baby's First Booties by MadMonkeyKnits (1049) - Digital Version

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Baby's First Booties by MadMonkeyKnits (1049) - Digital Version
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These booties are worked flat on 2 normal knitting needles size 3 mm in any dk (8ply) yarn of your choice. These fantastic booties are really quick and easy to make and look great on any newborn baby. The knitting pattern provides full instructions for 4 sizes XS, (premature – tiny baby), S (small newborn) M,(average newborn) and L (big newborn) and there are lots of step by step photos to help you throughout.
  • Yarn weight: DK

  • Needle Size: 3.0mm

  • Format: Digital Download

  • Garment: Bootees

  • Pattern For: Babies , Boys , Children

  • Pattern Count: 1

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KH
06/16/2020
Katherine H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
LOVE IT

These are so cute when finished I've made loads for a baby unit

Deramores Baby's First Booties by MadMonkeyKnits (1049) - Digital Version Review
YM
07/05/2018
Yvonne M.
United Kingdom
Booties pattern

Lovely knitting pattern, easy to understand

Deramores Baby's First Booties by MadMonkeyKnits (1049) - Digital Version Review
JR
05/25/2018
jean r.
United Kingdom
Baby's First Booties by MadMonkeyKnits

Digital Version is great because it's instant, pattern is easy to follow and so cute.

F
07/14/2017
Fleur
London
Tricky Baby Booties

Apologies for writing this .. but I have found this pattern to be badly written. I am a good knitter, and the use of unknown abbreviations "Kinc1". ?! and continuous, seamless instructions have not made this a pleasant experience. I can't be bothered to make them. I do think it would be good if designers used standardised abbreviations. I did write the whole pattern out in the correct way, but that was so laborious. Sorry.. but waste of my time and money.

GS
04/09/2017
geraldine s.
United Kingdom
knitting pattern

Did not receive this pattern