Easy knit baby booties, socks – How to knit for beginners 0-3 M boy or girl Crochet for Baby 203

Easy knit baby booties, socks – How to knit for beginners 0-3 M boy or girl Crochet for Baby 203

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My name is Sara welcome to my channel Crochet for Baby. In today’s tutorial I will show you how to knit these super easy newborn baby booties, socks or shoes. These baby booties are very easy to knit making them ideal for beginners. You can easily make these knit baby booties for newborns just use a 3mm or 3.5mm knitting needle if you knit tight and for 3-6 months use a 4.5mm knitting needle. I used about 15 grams of baby yarn #3 for each bootie.

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50 Comments

  1. Abida Zahid on July 18, 2021 at 2:30 am

    Hi
    I just want to say that I am very grateful to you for teaching me how to make baby boots step by step…this was my first time knitting baby boots…instructions were clear and very helpful, made little mistake in the first boot but I was more attentive for the second 1.

    Thank you so much🙏🌹



  2. Gail Swain on July 18, 2021 at 2:35 am

    great video and will be sure to try it soon!



  3. Carmen Osorio on July 18, 2021 at 2:37 am

    It is a shame I can’t share a picture of my botties here. I am so excited they are so cute and kept me really entertained. Thanks



  4. Natalie on July 18, 2021 at 2:38 am

    0:01 intro
    0:40 cast on – 38 stitches
    Knit 13 rows
    6:35 measure start to increase stitches
    Row 14 k13, p2tog, k8, sk and bind 1 off, turn
    19:25 cuff
    Up to 20:00
    22:45 sew
    32:00 finish



  5. Lois Osborn on July 18, 2021 at 2:38 am

    u lost me @ starting to turn the heel i cant find a written pattern for those rows



  6. IRENE SOHANLAL DANIEL on July 18, 2021 at 2:39 am

    Thanks for the tutorial…can you please guide me how many stitches to put for six months to one year old baby. And the division of stitches.



  7. Judith N. Jean-Antoine on July 18, 2021 at 2:40 am

    My dear you came at the right time one my coworker is expecting and we are planing a surprise baby shower and I’ve been asking myself I need to give her something special and here you are. Your tutorial is amazing with great explanation no "Jargon" and clear details right to the teaching I am loving it ….thank you so very much….I but how do you put the ribbons..



  8. User Happyvibes on July 18, 2021 at 2:41 am

    Very nice design , the boots turned out very cute. The only thing is, around Row 22 gets really confusing. I think it’s the way you’re counting you’re stitches. But over all really good pattern (once you understand what it is you’re doing). Thank you!



  9. Alicia RODRÍGUEZ on July 18, 2021 at 2:43 am

    Por favor pue ser los zapatitos en castellano.



  10. Maru Duran on July 18, 2021 at 2:45 am

    Sacar en español



  11. Teresa Lawlor on July 18, 2021 at 2:45 am

    This lady is the best person I have ever seen showing u how to knit.i will follow all her video thank u so mutch



  12. mia m on July 18, 2021 at 2:47 am

    this a nice tutorial but i stopped at 5:07 because i just don’t know how to do it maybe i try tomorrow



  13. InkBubbl3s on July 18, 2021 at 2:49 am

    6:38



  14. Magda Kalse on July 18, 2021 at 2:50 am

    My booties is very wide. What am I doing wrong? I am knitting with 3 mm needles for newborn and it looks super huge. HELP



  15. wihio12 on July 18, 2021 at 2:53 am

    Since these are for babies 0-3 months how many more stitches will I have to add on to make them for 6-12 months?



  16. Delilah Holt on July 18, 2021 at 2:53 am

    Thanks for the pattern. I transcribed the pattern as I worked up my first bootie. I take my crafting kit with me everywhere and do not always have time to refer back to a video for instructions. I copied down each instruction. I even put down your channel name on the pattern. Thanks again.



  17. KreepyKitty on July 18, 2021 at 2:54 am

    Took some time to get the hang of it. The thing that took the longest was the finishing sewing bit, the yarn is bright and it was difficult to see which bits where needed to be connected. Thank you!



  18. Pauline Isenalumhe on July 18, 2021 at 2:56 am

    Please, kindly write out your step by step knitting guide easy follow up.
    Start with 38 stitches casting
    Knit 13 rows.
    14th rows k 13. K 2tg. K. 9 sts. etc.



  19. Melanie Perez-Lugones on July 18, 2021 at 2:57 am

    Easy baby booties

    3.5 needle (US 6) for newborn
    4.5 needle (US 7)3-6 months
    Lion Brand Baby Soft – Little Boy Blue

    Cast on: 38 stitches
    Tie knit at end of cast on so stitch doesn’t come undone.

    Knit stitch – 13 rows – measures about 4 cm for 3-6 month size

    Row 14: knit 13, pearl 2 together, knit 8, skip knit-wise, knit 1, grab skipped stitch and bring over knitted stitch (SKP) {should have 13 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 15: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, pearl 2 together, {should have 12 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 16: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, (SKP) {should have 12 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 17: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, pearl 2 together {should have 11 stitches on needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 18: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, (SKP) {should have 11 stitches on left } TURN NEEDLES

    Row 19: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, pearl 2 together {should have 10 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 20: slip pearl wise, knit 8, (SKP) {should have 10 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 21: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, pearl 2 together {should have 9 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    Row 22: slip pearl-wise, knit 8, (SKP) {should have 9 stitches on left needle}….knit remaining 9 stitches

    Should have 28 stitches on the needle

    Row 23: knit all 28

    Knit 2, pearl 2> for 20 rows.

    Bind off – cast off with a 1 mm larger needle. Leave long string to close with. Begin closing at top rim of sock.



  20. VRTO on July 18, 2021 at 2:57 am

    Sara – at the beginning of Rows 15-19, you alternate slipping the first stitch PW wyif and KW wyib. Then, on Row 20 (at time 14:18) you slip PW wyib , Row 21 (at 15:25) is slipped PW wyif, and Row 22 (at 16:17) is slipped PW wyib. Is that correct?



  21. Nancy Ditmore on July 18, 2021 at 2:57 am

    I like the pattern. Easy to do but I wish you would specify if you were slipping the stitch knit wise or purlwise with yarn in front or back



  22. Neelam Chaudhary on July 18, 2021 at 2:58 am

    So easy n helpful



  23. Mansi Harshad on July 18, 2021 at 2:59 am

    Hey, how would I make this for 1-year-olds? Thank you so much for this video, very easy.



  24. POP IT on July 18, 2021 at 2:59 am

    How did u make that first knit..?



  25. Miss Piggy on July 18, 2021 at 2:59 am

    This is so cute but as a new knitter I got confused when you said knit the next 8 but you counted 9. Is it 8 or 9?



  26. Vikki Oshirak on July 18, 2021 at 3:01 am

    Please, is there a pattern available for those who don’t want to watch the whole procedure? EDITED TO NOTE: OK, I watched the whole thing. Your seaming up at the end is brilliant!! That part is definitely a "you have to see it done to get it", so I’m glad I hung in. Thank you so much!



  27. Maartje la Faille on July 18, 2021 at 3:01 am

    Yes it worked out great! Thank you for the wonderfull explanation.



  28. LadyScarletSmith on July 18, 2021 at 3:01 am

    Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial! <3 I have finished knitting my first pair and I can’t stop aww-ing at them <3



  29. Antonina Cawley on July 18, 2021 at 3:03 am

    That’s the was I make booties when I use to make them. 🙂



  30. Yoongi's girl on July 18, 2021 at 3:03 am

    I used this pattern to learn how to knit. My baby booties were not absolutely perfect, but it was so easy to understand what to do with your instructions! Thank you so much!!!



  31. Fatima Hughes on July 18, 2021 at 3:04 am

    Simply wonderful 🥰🥰🥰 thanks 🙏🏽



  32. jacqulynn myrick on July 18, 2021 at 3:05 am

    Do you happen to have this pattern for a toddler size, or suggestions to increase for a toddler?



  33. Melanie Perez-Lugones on July 18, 2021 at 3:06 am

    I watched the video and tried to write a knitting pattern. I’m a beginner knitter (as I’m sure you can tell). The only question I have is: are the slip pearl-wise stitches with the yarn in the front or back??



  34. Margo Emons on July 18, 2021 at 3:06 am

    Thanks for this pattern!! The only thing I did different was the casting off row. I did the casting of patternwise. So the knitstitches I casted off knitwise and the pearlstitches I casted off pearlwise. But for the rest was it a fantastic tutorial for making babybooties..😃



  35. Fernanda Santos on July 18, 2021 at 3:08 am

    I love that ! Congratulations



  36. Kirstie Brierley on July 18, 2021 at 3:08 am

    This is such a great video! Thanks so much. Now to start the video all over again for the second bootie 💕



  37. Sparkyroots on July 18, 2021 at 3:12 am

    Just did my first ever baby bootie – in dk to get the hang – good video, easy to follow, and thank you very much for taking the time to walk me through it ❤️



  38. Veronica Moore on July 18, 2021 at 3:13 am

    As a knitters I was fascinated to watch the way she knits. Love the way she shows you how to sew the item up. So nice and neat.



  39. JAYASHREE THE BLOGGER.. on July 18, 2021 at 3:14 am

    Very nice



  40. marianne knapp on July 18, 2021 at 3:14 am

    Love the way you do the seams Great knits is the puppy a button or bead Thanks Mari 💜⭐🍼😊



  41. Autumn Simon on July 18, 2021 at 3:15 am

    I was doing really well until you started turning and knitting back and forth. When you said knit 9 and that you already had 2 I think it messed me up. When you said I should have 12 left on the left side I had 13 🤔 guess I will try again.



  42. happyjiggle on July 18, 2021 at 3:15 am

    Shouldn’t call yourself a crochet channel if you’re going to fill it with knitting patterns.



  43. Darlene Cecil on July 18, 2021 at 3:18 am

    Love the video and where can I get a written format. I have to read the it to help me with making them



  44. Eternal Flame on July 18, 2021 at 3:19 am

    Does it matter what needle size is. I want newborn and I was using a 3.3/4 size but I keep getting a extra stitch at row 15. I’m a beginner and I just want to throw it all out in the trash, I’ve tried at least 40 times now, I’m getting so frustrated.



  45. Melanie Perez-Lugones on July 18, 2021 at 3:19 am

    Easy Baby Booties
    3.5 needle (US 6) for newborn
    4.5 needle (US 7)3-6 months
    Lion Brand Baby Soft – Little Boy Blue

    Complete
    Row
    Directions

    Cast-On
    Cast on: 38 stitches.

    Tie knit at end of cast-on so stitch doesn’t come undone.

    1 – 13
    Knit stitch – 13 rows – measures about 4 cm for 3-6 month size.

    14
    • Knit 13
    • Pearl 2 together
    • Knit 8
    • Slip pearl-wise yarn in back, knit 1, grab skipped stitch and bring over knitted stitch (SKP) {should have 13 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    15
    • Slip pearl-wise
    • Knit 8
    • Pearl 2 together {should have 12 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    16
    • Slip knit-wise
    • Knit 8
    • (SKP) {should have 12 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    17
    • Slip pearl-wise (yarn in front)
    • Knit 8
    • Pearl 2 together {should have 11 stitches on needle} TURN NEEDLES

    18
    • Slip knit-wise (yarn in back)
    • Knit 8
    • (SKP) pearl-wise YIB {should have 11 stitches on left } TURN NEEDLES

    19
    • Slip pearl-wise (yarn in front)
    • Knit 8
    • Pearl 2 together {should have 10 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    20
    • Slip pearl wise (yarn in back)
    • Knit 8
    • (SKP) pearl-wise YIB {should have 10 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    21
    • Slip pearl-wise (yarn in front)
    • Knit 8
    • Pearl 2 together {should have 9 stitches on left needle} TURN NEEDLES

    22
    • Slip pearl-wise (yarn in back)
    • Knit 8
    • (SKP) pearl-wise YIB {should have 9 stitches on left needle}….knit remaining 9 stitches
    Should have 28 stitches on the needle

    23
    Knit all 28

    Optional eyelet row for ribbon to hold booties onto little feet
    Knit, yarn over, knit 2 together (K, YO, K2tog)…repeat until last stitch, which is a knit

    24
    Knit, yarn over, knit 2 together…..last stitch knit

    20 rows
    Knit 2, pearl 2 > for 20 rows.

    Bind-off
    • Bind off – cast off with a 1 mm larger needle.
    • For girls…bind off by knitting each stitch – so you get a nice edge/ruffle.
    • For boys…bind off in pattern (k2, p2) – so it is nice and crisp.
    • Leave long string to close with.

    Closing the ribbing
    • Turn bootie inside out.
    • Begin closing at top edge of ribbed bootie.
    • Go back and forth on top edge about 3 times (back, forth, back)
    • Find the first stitch (horizontal bar)
    • Continue to the bottom of ribbing
    • PULL a little – not too tight – so it closes the ribbing.

    Closing the back side of the bootie (garter stitch)
    • Garter stitch closing
    • Turn bootie back to the right side.
    • Make sure that the garter rows line up with one another – so that when you get at the end – you don’t have a left-over row.
    • Find the first stitch (a bump) and go into it – then find corresponding stitch on the other side.
    • Close all the way until the bottom.
    • Don’t pull at this because it will mess up the pattern and create a seam.

    Closing bottom of bootie
    • Turn inside out again.
    • Go into the stitches on the very edge – back and forth until a little space (about ½ an inch) is left at the toe
    • Fold toe perpendicular to the bottom seam (making a T)
    • Close on one side and then go to other side of T.
    • Weave in long threads.



  46. Malka Deena Lewis on July 18, 2021 at 3:19 am

    I love this pattern 😍 it’s so easy for me as a beginner! Is there any way to switch it to fingering/#3 yarn? Please?



  47. ___-v on July 18, 2021 at 3:20 am

    I’m going to be the aunt of a little girl in September…I want to finish these before she’s born and gift them to her parents. Wish me luck!



  48. Kaleigh DuLac on July 18, 2021 at 3:21 am

    What is the length of the 38 stitches? I’m using different yarn and mine looks a bit longer so I’m trying to see how much I need to dial back the length.



  49. Katie Chicoine on July 18, 2021 at 3:22 am

    I want to make these for my 9 month old daughter. Could you tell me how I should adjust for a bigger size please? She’s almost in size 3 for baby shoes. TIA.



  50. Shaveni Qb on July 18, 2021 at 3:25 am

    Thank you for this tutorial. Was really easy and the baby booties came out perfect 😊♥️