1 Hour Baby Booties { Knit }

1 Hour Baby Booties { Knit }

to get started you going to want to pick
your yarn so I'm using loops & threads
snuggly-wuggly 5-ounce yarn in the color
fresh green then you're going to want
size six knitting needles for this you
can either use circular or double
pointed needles the stitches will get
kind of tight so you want that Bend that
you either can get with the double
pointed or the cable so just get a size
six and either one that you prefer and
you also need stitch holders or extra
needles just to keep your stitches aside
when we're not working them so this size
is made for a six to 12-month size in
the description there is also 18 to 24
month so you want to start off by
casting on 34 stitches
and this pattern is worked from the
ankle down so if you're doing any color
changes to make it appear to be a sock
or something that's the color you want
to start with because we're starting
from the ankle and working to the sole
of the shoe so after you've cast on your
stitches you're going to work garter
stitch which will be knit every row for
one inch and you want to make sure that
you keep track of how many rows takes
you to get to one inch on this slipper
because you'll have to repeat it for the
second one to make your pair look even
so you want to make sure you keep track
so that your other shoe will match so
you just want to knit every row to form
our garter stitch for one inch
so once you've worked your inch of
garter stitch I forgot to mention that
the very first row you work is the wrong
side so after you've worked your garter
stitch you want to come back to the
right side of your work so for mine the
right side ended up with the bumps of
the cast on as the front of the work so
once you you have your inch of garter
and you're back on the front of your
work you're going to work two rows of
stockinette so that's just knit on the
front of your work and purl the back so
we're just going to knit across this
whole row
so once you've knit across the front of
your work
now we're just going to do purl so we're
just going to purl across the whole row
so once you've worked your two rows of
stockinette now we're going to move on
to the instep so we're going to start
off by knitting 22 stitches
so after you've worked 22 then we're
going to turn our work and we're going
to leave the 12 stitches on our side
needle here
then after we turn our work we're going
to go ahead and purl 10
and then we're going to leave the 12
over here so now if you're using stitch
holders we're going to be swapping our
stitches onto there and if you're not
using stitch holders then you're just
going to only work the 10 stitches right
here and keep 12 V's on separate needles
but I'm going to show you how to do it
with the stitch holders so you want to
take your stitch holder and slip your
remaining 12 onto your stitch holder
and once you have all your stitches
transferred you're just going to close
it and leave it there until we come back
to them later now if you're using a
regular needle that has a stopper you'll
just continue and after you get these
stitches off this needle you're just
going to put these remaining ones on a
holder as well but since I'm using a
double pointed needle you're just going
to slide your stitches to the other end
and slip off the 12 on this side
and close that and then you're just
going to leave that so your work should
look like this
stitches on holders and we're going to
work the center so after you do that
we're going to turn back so we're to the
front of our work again and we're going
to knit across the ten stitches
so after we knit them then we're going
to turn our work around and we're going
to purl ten
and after that then we're just after
that then we're going to repeat the last
two rows ten more times so just the last
knit and purl row repeat ten times make
sure you're keeping track of the row so
we can match it to our next slipper
so once you've repeated that for the
link this is what your slipper should
look like now
kind of weird but it's all going to
start coming together now so what you
want to do from here is cut the yarn cut
the working yarn now we're going to
start working from our first set of
stitch holders so while you see the
front of your work where you see all the
knit stockinette stitches we're going to
pick up the right side of our held
stitches so you just want to open yours
you want to open your stitch holder and
we're just going to knit directly off of
these so to start from here we're going
to knit the 12 that we have saved here
so we're just going to take our cut yarn
here leave a small tail for weaving in
hold it in the back of our work and then
just begin knitting our twelve stitches
with our yarn
so once you've knitted them all off the
holder then you're just going to put
that away and now we're going to pick up
ten stitches along this edge now you
might want to pre count them so that you
line them up right and you know where
they'll end up so you don't end up with
a gap on the one end so you're just
going to pick up the two stitches you'll
see you have the two bars that form a
knit stitch along the edge here that's
where you're going to pick up your
stitches so to make it easier just going
to pre count to make sure you know where
you're going to put them in so mine will
fit if I put one every other stitch so I
would like I'll pick up a stitch here
skip this pick up a stitch here so
you're just going to take your working
needle and go into your first section
wrap like you're knitting and pull the
loop up through the side and you picked
up one stitch so my plan is to then skip
the next one go into the next opening
wrap as if you're knitting and pull up
the loop
you
you
so once you have your ten stitches
picked up I'm going to start using
another needle to work these next
stitches you're using a circular needle
you just keep going you can even keep
going if you're working on straight
needles I just prefer to separate them
on double pointed so after you pick up
your ten stitches then you're just going
to knit across your ten stitches on this
needle and this stitch will become
elongated because we cut the yarn here
so you may just have to tug on it to
keep it together and you're just going
to knit across all the stitches that you
have here on your needle
and once you've knitted all them then
we're going to do just like on the other
side we're just going to pick up ten
stitches along this stretch of fabric so
I'm just going to use my empty needle
here and begin to pick up my stitches so
you just insert through both bars of
your side stitch here and knit it like
it's a normal stitch and pull up a loop
so once you've picked up your 10 side
stitches from here then we're just going
to continue by knitting the 12 that we
have on our stitch holder so you just
open up the stitch holder and just begin
knitting them off
so when you're all done your work should
look like this you have your side
stitches then you have your instep and
your other side stitches so at this
point you should have 54 stitches all
together so from here you're going to
work seven rows of stockinette starting
with this purl row you're just going to
purl across and then when you get to the
end then you're just going to knit it
and work stockinette stitch for seven
rows
so once you've worked your stitches this
is what your shoes should look like now
you can see the nice line where we
picked up our stitches is on either side
of our toe and we're working down the
side of the foot so now from here we're
going to begin our decreases for the
sole of the shoe so you'll be on the
right side of your work and you're going
to start off by knitting two together
then knit 23
then you're going to knit two together
twice so we'll knit these last two
stitches together of this needle and
then we'll move on to our next needle
and do our second knit two together
then knit 23
and we're going to finish off with a
knit two together
then for the second row and every other
row you're just going to knit across the
soul is in garter stitch so that's why
we're knitting every row so for two and
all wrong side rows you're just going to
knit then for Row 3 of our decreases
we're going to begin with a knit two
together
then knit 21
then knit two together twice and you'll
see a similarity in our decreases and
you're going to be following that and
you're going to be following that same
pattern of decreases decreasing every
decreasing four stitches every other row
until we have 26 left so we're going to
do our second knit two together and then
knit 21
and finish off with a knit two together
remember all wrong side rows were just
doing plain knit every stitch so now
you're just going to follow that until
we end up with 26 stitches all together
so your decrease row will be starting
off with a knit two together then you're
going to work two stitches less than the
row before so because we work 21 we're
going to work 19 on the next row knit
two together twice right here in the
center of our shoe then work that same
amount of stitches ending with a knit
two together followed by a plain knit
row on the wrong sides and continue
until we have twenty six so once you got
to your twenty six stitches left all
together your final row as you knit it
you're just going to bind off as well so
you knit two stitches pull the first
stitch over the second and knit one
first stitch over the second and repeat
until all your stitches are bound off
from here you're just going to weave in
all your ends and fill up the back seam
of your shoe then you're just going to
repeat the pattern again to complete
your pair and you have these adorable
baby booties if you try them out I would
love to see your color combinations and
how yours turned out thank you for
watching and I'll see you next time

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