Baby booties knitting tuorial (no sewing)This baby booties pattern is simple, quick and won’t require any sewing. I don’t know about you, but I hate sewing… a lot…. . Usually I avoid knitting projects with major sewing (I like sewing, but not knitting and sewing together).

Now, no sewing is a good side of the story. Here comes the bad side – you have to pick up stitches. I know, some people hate it even more then sewing. If this is your kryptonite then this pattern is not for you and I’m so sorry for that.

I didn’t make mine with ribbons etc. I prefer baby stuff without them. But no worries – you can make your baby boots in any way you like.

Pattern is for two sizes: 0 – 3 months old baby and 3 – 6 months old baby. Design is quite flexible and stretchy because children are different and grow quickly. Perfect for baby gift you know 🙂


How to knit booties


You’ll need:

  • 50 g / 1,8 oz of DROPS Muskat
  • 5 double pointed needles size 4 mm / US 6

Abbreviations:

  • k – knit;
  • sl st – slip stitch;
  • M1R – make 1 new stitch (right-leaning);
  • M1L – make 1 new stitch (left-leaning);
  • ssk – slip, slip, knit together;
  • k2tog – knit 2 stitches together
  • p – purl;
  • w&t – wrap and turn (don’t pick up wrapped stitch if not noted);
  • when you see this: Rnds 4 – 5 [4 – 7] then note that Rnds 4-5 would be rounds for 0 to 3 months old baby and Rnds 4-7 would be rounds for 3 to 6 months old baby.

Cast on 6 stitches.How to knit baby booties knit pattern

*Knit back and forth*

 

Row 1: k to end (k all sts);
Row 2: Sl 1st st, k1, M1R, k2, M1L, k2;
Row 3: Sl 1st st, k to end;
Row 4: Sl 1st st, k2, M1R, k2, M1L, k3;

K 30 rows (sl 1st st of each row).

Sl 1st st, k1, ssk, k2, k2tog, k2; (in this pattern – this would be the “toe” needle with 8 sts)


Baby booties knitting tutorial

Don’t turn: (with second needle) pick up 17 sts from one side (this would be “side” needle), (with third needle) 6 sts from the heel (this would be “heel” needle) (with fourth needle) 17 sts from other side (this would be “side” needle).

 

 

 


*Knit in rounds*

Place marker if you think you may mix up your rounds.

 

No sew knit baby bootiesRnd 1: p;

Rnd 2: k;

Rnd 3: p;

Rnds 4 – 5 [4 – 7]: k;

Rnd 6 [8]: k to last st;

 


*Knit back and forth again, turning where noted*

Short instructions:Knitted baby booties tutorial

Row 1: ssk, k6, k2tog, w&t;

Row 2: k9, w&t;

Row 3: ssk, k6, k2tog, w&t;

Repeat rows 2 & 3 total of 6 times.

Longer instructions for this part:

  • Slip last stitch from “side” needle onto next needle (“toe” needle)
  • Row 1: ssk, k6 – now you have to k2tog, but you have 1 st on this needle, slip 1 stitch from next “side” needle onto “toe” needle – k2tog, wrap & turn (you’ll be wrapping a stitch from “side” needle)
  • Row 2: k9 – only you have 8 sts on your “toe” needle, knit those 8 sts and 1 st from “side” needle – w&t;
  • Row 3: repeat row 1 as before;

*Knit in rounds again*

Rnd 1: k9, w&t, ssk, k6, k2tog, k24 (k last st together with the wrapped yarn from beginning);
Rnd 2: k;Free baby booties knitting pattern
Rnd 3: p;
Rnd 4: k; (*YO, k2tog* to end of rnd – if you want to use ribbon etc)
Rnd 5: p;
Rnd 6 – 13: *k1, p1* to end of rnd;
Rnd 14: k;
Rnd 15: p;
Rnd 16: k, w&t;
Rnd 17: *k2, p2* to end of rnd (p last st together with the wrapped yarn from last round);
Rnds 18 – 32: *k2, p2* to end of rnd;

 

Cast off and hide the yarn ends.


Baby booties garter stitch

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8 thoughts on “No sew knitted baby booties pattern

  • 15. June 2015 at 11:25
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    Is this the LAST row of this gorgeous bootie:

    Rnds 18 – 32: *k2, p2* to end of rnd;

    A ; (semi-colon at the end of this “last” row seems to me to be showing something to follow)

    I’m hoping to make a these (never actually made anything using dpns) for my friend’s first great-grandchild. Blue, of course.

    These are really cool!

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    • 15. June 2015 at 11:42
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      Yes, this is the last thing to do. I’m sorry, I should have stated this. I’m fixing this now. Thank you for asking 🙂

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  • 4. March 2016 at 01:24
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    I don’t understand Round 16. Is it actually worked as a row with a turn at the end and then back to the round at the end of 17?

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    • 4. March 2016 at 19:48
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      You need to make wrap & turn in the end of round 16

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      • 5. March 2016 at 19:22
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        I apologize for being so dense but . . . what I did last evening was

        1. Knit round 16, w&t at the end. I did the w&t on the first stitch on the next needle.
        2. Then I followed the pattern in the reverse direction on round (row) 17 back to the wrap.
        3. I worked the wrapped stitch and then continued on in the round – working on the inside until I got to the bind off.

        While this seemed a little awkward it did work. Is that the correct interpretation. After the fact, it occured to me to turn the bootie inside out to make it a little less awkward.

        It is an awfully cute bootie. Thank you.

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        • 6. March 2016 at 21:57
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          Sorry about my deleyed answer – I’m still recovering my illness. Yes, you got that right – I should have specified that in the pattern 🙂

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          • 7. March 2016 at 00:07
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            Feel better

  • 5. March 2016 at 16:48
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    I’m a bit confused on the w & t. Which st am I wrapping, the k2tog or adding the st from the side needle then wrapping that one?

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