Baby shoes with an i-cord or ribbon ankle tie - Ella
These 4ply garter stitch baby shoes have an optional i-cord or ribbon ankle tie. This style of shoe is also available in 3ply.
Pattern sizes: 0 (3-6-9) months.
To fit foot: 7 (8-9-10) cm [2¾ (3¼-3½-4) ins].
Yarn required: 1 (1-1-1) ball Patons Big Baby 4ply, 100g balls@420m.
Needles required: A pair of 3.25mm [UK 10, US 3/4] knitting needles. 2 double-pointed 3.25mm [UK 10, US 3/4] knitting needles (for optional i-cord). Wool needle for sewing up.
Other requirements: 96 (102-108-114) cm [38 (40-42½-45) ins] narrow ribbon, cut in half (for optional ribbon tie).
Tension: 27 sts and 54 rows to 10cm [4 ins] over garter st, using 3.25mm needles
Pattern rating: Easy.
Please note that this pattern is protected by copyright and you do not have permission to copy or resell this pattern. You may, however, sell the knitted product.
- PDF knitting pattern
- Baby shoes in 4ply yarn
- Sizes 0 to 9 months
- Easy pattern rating
Materials you need at home:
- Yarn required 1 (1-1-1) ball Patons Big Baby 4ply, 100g balls@420m.
- Needles required A pair of 3.25mm [UK 10, US 3/4] knitting needles., 2 double-pointed 3.25mm [UK 10, US 3/4] knitting needles (for optional i-cord).
- Wool needle for sewing up.
- 96 (102-108-114) cm [38 (40-42½-45) ins] narrow ribbon, cut in half (for optional ribbon tie).
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