Do you want to learn how to knit a Teddy Booties? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, in the last tutorial we teach the Knit a Mandala Potholder (access the free pattern click here) and if you like the first tutorial you will love this perfect and cute Teddy Booties.
Combine your love of knitting with your love of animals and make these stylish accessories out of your favorite creatures.
Teddy bears—named after the bear-loving USA President Teddy Roosevelt—have become a childhood classic. So what could be more perfect snuggled around a baby’s little feet than these warm and fuzzy teddy booties? They’re knitted flat, on straight neediles, in a yarn that comes in lots of lovely colors. I’ve chosen a classic gold, but | think they’d look great in pastel shades, too. The choice, as always, is up to you.
This project can be knitted in two sizes. To help you choose which size to knit, here is a list of the measurements to create the pattern. Remember that knitted items such as hats and socks are stretchy, so will fit a range of sizes. And for most of the socks in the foot or leg by knitting a few rows more or a few rows less.
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YARN AND MATERIALS
- Katia Peru (40% wool, 40% acrylic, 20% alpaca), 115yd (106m) per 3 1/2 oz (100g) ball of bulky (chunky) yam
- 1 ball in 039 (A)
- Oddment of light worsted (DK) yam in black (B)
NEEDLES AND EQUIPMENT
- Pair of US8 (5mm) knitting needles
- Stitch holder
- Yarn sewing needle
- Large-eyed embroidery needie
SIZE: To fit an average baby 0-6 (6-12) months (For more information on sizes, see page 112) Actual measurements: length approx. 3 1/2 in/8.25cm (4in/10cm)
GAUGE: 17 sts and 20 rows to 4in (10cm) square over stockinette (stocking) stitch on US8 (5mm) needles
Cast on 22 (24) stitchs.
Smaller size only
Row 1: Knit 2, [purl 2. Knit 2] to end.
Row2: P2, [knit 2, purl 2] to end.
Repeat last 2 rows twice more.
Larger size only
Row 1: [Knit 2, purl 2] to end.
Repeat last row 5 times more.
Row 7: Knit 15(16) tum.
Row 8: Purl 8, turn.
Row 9: Sl1 pwise WYB, Knit to end.
Row 10: Sl1 pwise, purl to end.
Repeat rows 9-10, twice (3 times) more.
Leava stitchs on holder and break yarn.
With RS facing, rejoin yam to right-hand edge at base of rectangle just woried, at inner edge of 7(8) stitchs on neede.
Pic up and knit 5(6) stitchs up first side, Knit 8 stitchs on holder, pick up and knit 5(6) stitchs down second side, Knit rem 7(8) stitchs.
Work 3 rows in st st beg with a purl row.
Next row: Knit 3, K2tog, Knit to last 5 stitchs, ssk K3. (30/34 sfs)
Next row: Knit
Repeat last 2 rows once more. (26/32 stitchs)
Next row: Knit 3, K2tog, K5(7), ssk, knit 4, K2tog, K5(7), ssk, Knit 3. (24/28 stitchs)
Next row: Knit
Next row: Knit 3, k2tog, K3(5), ssk, knit 4, K2tog, K3(5), ssk Knit 3. (20/24 stitchs)
Bind (cast) off kwise.
TO MAKE UP
Sew back and sole seam using flat stitch (see the guide)
Stitch the ears in position (using the protograph as a guide here)
Using B, work two French Knots (see guide here) for the eyes
Using B again, work as small coil of chain stitch (see the guide) for the nose and add a small vertical stitch just below it. Weave in all loose ends.
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