Kathie Popadin

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Knitting: Booties
Hungry babies need Bacon & Eggs Booties! :wink:
Knitting: Booties
What can you do with all those leftover ends of beautiful sock yarn? You can make Bubble Booties, of course! This is a quick and easy baby bootie pattern designed for fingering or sock weight yarns. The pattern has directions for 5 sizes (newborn to 18 months) and offers options to knit the bootie with a one- or a two-colour cuff. These are a q...
Knitting: Booties
Simple and sweet with a dressed-up quilted lattice patterned cuff, Quilted Cuff Booties are perfect for dressed-up babies at christenings or baptisms. Or you can go casual! – Knitted in pretty and bright sock yarn leftovers, they work just as well with baby jeans and other cute daytime outfits.
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Need a tiny gift in a hurry? Want to make the cutest little holiday ornaments? Like to attach something homemade to a gift? Love to use up pretty sock yarn leftovers? Tinier Stockings to the rescue! These are knit in the round, toe up, and are entirely seamless, with a minimum of ends to weave in. You can knit the hanging loop with or without a...
Knitting: Booties
What can you do with all those leftover ends of beautiful sock yarn? You can shake more booties, of course! This is a quick and easy baby bootie pattern designed for fingering or sock weight yarns. There are directions for 5 sizes (newborn to 18 months) and offers options to knit the bootie flat or completely seamlessly. Make them with or witho...
Knitting: Booties
Calling all baseball fans! Knit these cute little baseball booties for a new baby, for a holiday gift, or just for fun. These are knit mostly in the round and 2-colour cabling is used to make the “seams.” A great opportunity to try out a new technique!
Knitting: Booties
Mosaic Booties use simple slipped stitches to create bold, bright patterns. Mosaic knitting looks like two colours are used in each row, but you’re really only knitting with one colour at a time. Knitted in the round (and turned inside out to knit the cuff!), these are a quick and fun way to try out some new techniques and will make a perfect n...
Knitting: Hanging Ornament
Need a tiny gift in a hurry? Want to make the cutest little holiday ornaments? Like to attach something homemade to a gift? Love to use up pretty sock yarn leftovers? Tinier Trees to the rescue! Inspired by the Tiny Trees pattern, these are knitted in the round using the Magic Loop technique and are entirely seamless, with a minimum of ends to ...
Knitting: Booties
Latvian Braid Booties incorporate traditional Latvian braids and either simple colourwork or corrugated ribbing on the cuff to produce cozy & colorful booties for toasty & stylish baby feet! Knitted in the round, and started like a toe-up sock, these are a great way to try out some new techniques and will make a perfect new baby or holi...
Knitting: Booties
An intermediate level pattern, with traditional patterns and textures, these cozy, warm booties evoke a fisherman’s gansey (or Guernsey). Charts for each section are given, as well as written directions. Personalize your booties by choosing from a selection of designs for the cuff or choose your own! Pattern gives directions for four sizes (ran...
Knitting: Booties
How about some bee booties for busy, buzzy babies?
Knitting: Booties
It’s time to shake those holiday bells and booties! These look complicated, but don’t worry – you’re only knitting with one colour at a time, each bootie is knit in one piece & the bells are attached as you go!
Knitting: Booties
Sweet, round pumpkin booties in four sizes. A neat i-cord vine edges the top of the cuff then twines around the outside of it down to the foot. Little leaves are knitted at the same time as the vine– no fiddly pieces to attach later! The foot is knitted flat, with the cuff knitted in the round to minimize seaming.
Knitting: Booties
Make some wee ballet slippers for a baby ballerina you know! Ribbon ties will help these stay on those fast-moving little feet. They’re started in the round like a toe-up sock - use dpns, 2 circulars, or magic loop - then knitted flat to create the slipper shape. They only use a tiny amount of yarn & knit up super quickly with minimal finis...
Knitting: Booties
Drivers – start your engines! Maybe you know a baby who was in a hurry to get here who could use these?
Knitting: Booties
Share some summer magic with these sunflower booties for babies.
Knitting: Booties
There’s dragon magic in these dragon feet for babies. They’re knitted flat, they’re knitted in the round using magic loop, they’re knitted with 2 different circulars … but they’re worth the effort!
Knitting: Booties
There is spring magic in these daffodil booties for babies. They’re knitted in one piece, they’re knitted flat, they’re knitted in the round (your choice of magic loop or set of 4 dpns) … at one point they’re knitted inside out!
Knitting: Booties
Sometimes boy babies are hard to knit for. When you want something a bit more tweedy or manly than some of the girlier bootie patterns, Mr. Mister is a quick and easy baby bootie pattern which is knitted flat and then finished with a simple seam.
Knitting: Booties
Easter babies need bunny booties to shake! Bunny booties are knitted flat and then finished with a simple seam. Bootie size can be varied by using a different weight of yarn and a different needle size, allowing a range of sizes to fit 0 – 12months (depending on baby’s foot size). Scraps of left over yarn are perfect for the bunny ears and nose...
Knitting: Booties
Happy babies shake their best dress-up booties!
Knitting: Booties, Baby Doll
Happy babies jingle while they shake their booties!
Knitting: Booties, Baby Doll
Summer babies need sweet little strawberry booties to shake! Booties are knitted flat in one piece and then finished with a simple seam. The “seeds” are knitted right in and the booties are topped with a lacy, leafy cuff. Directions for the cuff are given in both chart and written format. Finish the booties with a sweet white ribbon, or knit an...
Knitting: Booties, Baby Doll
A quick and quite easy baby bootie pattern which is knitted flat and then finished with a straight seam. Some simple embroidery and sewing skills are used to add the spots (sequins) and show the “folded wings.” If you don’t want to use sequins, you could duplicate stitch the spots onto the instep.
Knitting: Booties, Baby Doll
Sweet babies need Sweethearts Booties!
Knitting: Booties, Baby Doll
Need to dress up a baby in a hurry? Tuxedo booties are quick and easy – knitted flat, then finished with a simple seam. The bead “buttons” are knitted right in. With a smart little ribbon bow tie, they look like a million bucks! Bootie size can be varied by using a different weight of yarn and needle size, allowing a range of sizes to fit 0 – 1...
Knitting: Booties, Baby Doll
A quick and quite easy baby bootie pattern which is knitted flat and then finished with a simple seam. Bootie size can be varied by using a different weight of yarn and a different needle size, allowing a range of sizes to fit 0 – 12months (depending on baby’s foot size).
Knitting: Booties
A quick and quite easy baby bootie pattern which is knitted flat and then finished with a simple seam. The “seeds” are knitted in right into the fabric of the booties! No fiddly sewing them on later :)
Knitting: Booties
A quick and quite easy bootie pattern for patriotic babies which is knitted flat and then finished with a simple seam. Bootie size can be varied by using a different weight of yarn and a different needle size, allowing a range of sizes to fit 0 – 12months (depending on baby’s foot size).
Knitting: Booties
A quick and easy newborn-size baby bootie pattern designed for fingering weight sock yarns in variegated blues and grays.
Knitting: Electronics Cozy
When you have to wear a stupid headset for 3+ hours at a time, and you really don’t want cauliflower ears …