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Cuffed Baby Sock Booties

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These are cute, thanks for sharing your pattern. They look like they would stay on.

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these are just so cute and I'm going to have to give them a try.  I have the worst time making booties but I recently became a great aunt and my niece has asked me to make booties because she is so tiny nothing fits.  thank you for sharing.

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Oh my gosh ...... How cute are those!?!! LOVE LOVE LOVE! You did a great job!

 

Oh thank you. Did you recognize the pattern design?  Now I'm hooked on making these little booties. :)

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these are just so cute and I'm going to have to give them a try.  I have the worst time making booties but I recently became a great aunt and my niece has asked me to make booties because she is so tiny nothing fits.  thank you for sharing.

 

To make smaller preemie sized booties, use a G hook and sport or fingering yarn. See the creme colored ones in my post as those are much smaller but if you need even smaller booties, use an E hook. Let me know how it works out for you. These are real easy and you can use Tammy's picture tutorial if you need help working the pattern.

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Oh thank you. Did you recognize the pattern design?  Now I'm hooked on making these little booties. :)

 

 

 

When I saw your thread I had a feeling..... LOL.....then I opened the thread and saw those adorable little things and had to squeal ... I love them! You did a great job! I am going to make baby booties with every baby blanket I make for gifts! LOL ... I told you that pattern was addicting ..... :hook

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Cindy they are soo cute!   After trying my hand at slippers and my dh thinking they all looked like "boats" I made him a pair this winter and he LOVES them.  New Grandson coming in May so I am going to make him a little pair.  Love this pattern but have to say the tutorial Tam posted really helped me make them.  Thanks to you both.

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