Baby Booties

Baby Booties

These were knitted on the Silver Reed SK280 using 4ply baby yarn. The pattern is from a 1959 edition of Modern Knitting.

Instructions are in the video which lasts just under 30 minutes.

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19 Responses to Baby Booties

  1. Yvonne says:

    So sweet!

  2. Carol M says:


  3. Barb says:

    I will definitely try this. Your video is so clear. Thanks

  4. Bellissime! Grazie mille.

  5. Lynn says:

    OMG they are adorable! Great tutorial too 🙂

  6. Thank you Susy, well done and adorable!

  7. susyranner says:

    Thanks everyone, your comments are much appreciated.

  8. Tanya says:

    How absolutely adorable! I can’t wait to try these. What a lovely gift for new parents. Thank you so much for all the information you’ve put out on the web on machine knitting. I’ve just “re” found you – hurrah!

  9. Morag Walker says:

    Thank you very much Susy they are gorgeous. Morag W.

  10. Sylvia says:

    I will certainly be making these. They are fit for a prince.

  11. Jane says:

    Just made your baby bootees to match a hooded jacket I made from an old magazine. really good clear video. Thank you very much for the patterns. I’m going to try the horse next!!!

  12. tildama says:

    Thank you so much for the video instructions. I have now succeeded in making my very first pair of booties. You are a great teacher, thank you again.

  13. Judy says:

    Your booties are WONDERFUL. Thanks so much for the pattern & lesson. I’m back at my machines after many long years & have a granddaughter due in March. These are so very lovely – thank You !!!

  14. Meg Turner says:

    I feel confident I can make these tonight. What a great tutorial I’ll make i-cords in both pink and blue for shower gifts.

  15. Teresa says:

    this was full on,so nice as you took so much time to show how it starts, until the finished product. which by the way is a fantastic pair of booties.THANKS! SO MUCH

    • susyranner says:

      You’re welcome, Teresa. I can’t take any credit for the pattern, it came from a magazine.

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