In issue 76, Rachel Atkinson (from Loop) joins us with more Confessions of a Pattern Collector, and this month she shares her go-to design for little ones.
"Iâ€™m terribly superstitious about making â€“ or at least finishing â€“ items for newborns until they arrive. Then I need to work quickly to make something before they grow out of it! So itâ€™s always useful to have a go-to baby bootie in the library that you can return to time and again and hook up in a few hours."
Read the full article and find the pattern in issue 76 of Inside Crochet magazine.
â— Koigu Painterâ€™s Palette Premium Merino, 100% Merino wool, 50g/160m/175yds
Shade: Vintage Angel (P749) x 1 skein
â— 3mm & 3.5mm hooks
â— Locking stitch marker
â— Monahan ribbon in shade
Fresh Eggs (optional)
You can use any 4ply/ fingering weight wool or wool blend yarn to achieve a similar effect.
Work 26htr and 20 rows to measure 10 x 10cm/4 x 4in using 3mm hook, or size required to obtain tension.
Note: When worked at the correct tension, one skein is sufficient for two pairs of booties.
To fit 0â€“3 months.
Finished foot length:
Rachel Atkinson is a crochet designer and technical editor. Find her online at www.mylifeinknitwear.com and on Ravelry, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest as Knittingtastic.
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