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Aubépine slippers

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    • PDF knitting pattern with photographs (12 pages)
    • Photo tutorial step by step to knit the sole (10 photos)
    • Photo tutorial step by step to pick up stitches along a selvedge (7 photos)
    • Metric measurements
    • Suitable for intermediate
    • 6 photos of the model

    Pattern paper format: only A4


    Classic little booties with a touch of fantasy for a unisex and timeless. A simple and well-balanced model that combines foam stitch and openwork stocking stitch with a minimum of seam ... perfect for baby!

    An openwork band allows the satin bow to slide over the booties to keep them on the baby's foot.

    These slippers are knitted flat with straight needle in one piece in Top Down. The model is uni-sex to be declined in all the colors according to your desires.

    The model is knitted deliberately tighter in Quality Charly of Phildar with needles 3,5 mm(UK : 9, US : 4, Canada E and Japan 6/0).

    To knit these adorable baby booties, you dont need to use the yarn specified. Just use a yarn recommended with metric needles 4 mm (UK : 8, US : 6, Canada G and Japan 7/0). The gauge at the yarn used is 26 stitches and 28 rows in stocking stitch (= 10 x 10 cm / = 4’'). You can knit this model in other qualities with the gauge same ... or yarn with a similar gauge.

    The model is available in 4 sizes : new born, 3 months, 6 months and 9 months.

    The knitting pattern includes full instructions with photos of the model and 2 photo tutorials step by step. Each size is explained individually.

    Suitable for intermediate - Pattern language English. This pattern is available PDF download (12 pages) which includes 6 photos of the model and 2 photo tutorials step by step (to knit the sole and to pick up sts along a selvedge).

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    Materials you need at home:

    • 1 ball Quality Charly of Phildar (32/42/51/62 m)
    • knitting needles a pair of 3,5 mm métrique (UK : 9, US : 4, Canada E and Japan 6/0)
    • 60 cm of satin ribbon to tie the slippers
    • 1 scissors
    • 1 tapestry needle