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Baby Bootees: A Loom Knit Pattern


I want to say a huge thank you for the donations that have been made to the MS society. You guys are wonderful! In just one weekend, we have gathered $135. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

To show you my appreciations, here is another freebie pattern. These are just so cute--tiny little things and they work up so fast. They will make a great present to a Mommy and baby. Note, I have only used the yarn that I provided below and with gauge provided, if you substitute yarn, the size will vary. 

Again, thank you for your donations!


Yarn: 50 yards of Bulky Weight yarn (Weight 6). Sample was knit using KnitPicks Swish in Honey Dew

Loom: Pink Long Loom by Provo Craft and 1 Loom Clip by Provo Craft

Notions: knitting tool, tapestry needle, 2 size 8 double pointed needles

Size: 3-6mos

Gauge: 3.5sts and 4.5rows=1 in stockinette stitch


k=knit (in knit stitch or flat stitch) not e-wrap



bo=bind off


Wrap =Lift the loop off the peg. Hold it with your fingertips. Take working yarn to the inside of the loom and e-wrap the peg. Place the loop back on the peg.


Make 2

Prepare loom: Insert Loom Clip in the Long Loom to have a circle with 16 pegs.

Cast on 16sts, join to work in the round.

Rnd 1-9: *k2, p2; rep from * to the end of rnd.

Rnd 10: k

Rnd 11-20: *p2, k2; rep from * to the end of rnd

**Short Row Shaping for Heel-(knitted as a flat panel on 8 pegs)

Knit from peg 1-7. Wrap and turn on peg 8.

Knit from peg 7 to peg 2. Wrap peg 1.

Knit from peg 2 to peg 6. Wrap peg 7.

Knit from peg 6 to peg 3. Wrap peg 2.

Reverse Short Row Shaping for Heel

Knit from peg 3 to peg 7. (Lift both loops on peg 7 as one.)

Knit from peg 7 to peg 2. (Lift both loops on peg 2 as one.)

Knit from peg 2 to peg 8. (Lift both loops on peg 8 as one.)

Knit from peg 8 to peg 1. (Lift both loops on peg 1 as one.)**

FOOT--knitted in the round

Work in the round in knit stitch until foot measures 3 inches from back of heel.


Repeat instructions from ** to **


Place stitches from pegs 8-1 on one double pointed needle

Place stitches from pegs 16-9 on the second double pointed needle.

Graft the stitches with the kitchener stitch.


Fold down the cuff--the row of knit stitch will help to provide a nice fold



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Kim C.

Isela, Thank you so much for the help! I am going to start tonight as soon as the kids are in bed. I can't wait to try it, and I am so thankful for friendly, helpful and talented people like you! Thank you so so much! Kim :)


Well, if you were to get the same Knit Gauge that I got of 3.5sts per inch, and let's say the toddler's foot was about 6 inches in circumference. You will then need to use 6 (circumference of foot) x 3.5 (gauge)=21stitches. I would make it a nice even number and do 20stitches. Then I would measure the child's food from tip of big toe to the heel. Then I would subtract the heel length, about 1/2 inch from the measurement and 1/2 inch for the toe too. I would cast on 20stitches, knit the cuff, then knit the heel (using 10stitches), knit the length of the foot minus the inch from the heel and toe shaping, then I would knit the toe. Bind off with the Kitchener stitch and you are set.

Hope this helps to start you in the right direction!


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Hi, I saw this pattern on a different site, and am very excited to try it. I just purchased the long looms today. So I am wondering how you would adjust the size to fit toddler feet? Can you help me with this? Thanks so much! These are such cute socks, and I can't wait to try them.


hi love your site love your patterns was wondering if you have a pattern socks Im new at this and I wanted to make a simple tube sock I order the wonder knitting loom and I have the kniffty knitter do you have a simple pattern let me thanks alot Debora

Estelita Robinson

Hi! I'm very-very interested in a Video, if and when you create one. Count me in!! Whooohooo! I've been looking forward to having your Awesome Instrucutions on a DVD.
Girl...You Rock!

Mari J

HI! I need major help with the classic cable scarf pattern I bought from you last week... I have tried everything to get those cables crossed! I used all types of yarn, wraped very loosely and nothing works. Do you have any suggestions? I really want to make it. BTW, I'm was using the yellow knifty knitter loom...I even tried the little pink one....HELP!!!!!!


Cindy Mott

Thanks Isela, these are darling! Us grannies love to make things like this for our grandies.


Thank you - these look very sweet. Great job raising money for MS.

Robin McCoy

Aw, precious booties, Isela. Thanks for the gift. :)


Very cute :)

Congrats on the amount you've been able to raise for MS. Way to go!

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