Thursday, February 02, 2006

Booties With a New Look

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I found that a row of "nubbles", as described in the pattern for the Cupcake Hat, makes a nice embellishment to my favorite booties.

Pattern: Michelle's Booties
Size: 1-3lbs (3-5lbs, 6-8lbs)
Yarn: Sport D.K. (WW, WW)
Needle Size: US2 (US5, US7)
CO: 25 (25, 25)
(See Cupcake Hat pattern for how to Make Nubble)
What I Did:
Work garter stitch rows.
Work decreases.
Add a row of nubbles after the decreases, making a nubble every other stitch.
Work four rows of K1, P1 ribbing.
Bind off loosely and sew seams.
Note for ribbing: When I came to a stitch that contained a nubble, I purled on the wrong side and knit on the right side.

Now it's time to sew blankets for The Preemie Project. I spent several hours yesterday cutting out flannel. Today I expect to keep the sewing machine humming all day.


  1. Too cute. A very cute addition.

  2. You always come up with ways of making things extra special! Have a great day of sewing:D

  3. sooooooooooooooo adorable....the booties would be a great match for the cupcake hats.....

  4. So do you care if I become your copycat? LOL! I just love seeing all the cute things you come up with. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog - it means a lot. I think I check yours for updates daily! :o)

  5. They are just too adorable, so tiny.

  6. I love nubbles! I'm glad to find the cupcake pattern, too.

  7. thats marvelous how you used tha for the booties too! great new look, bet they match the cupcake hats now :)

  8. So cute! Something else that I cannot wait to see in person. The families are just going to LOVE your items. Thank you for being so extra thoughtful. Those cute extra little touches mean so much.

  9. Too cute making them match the hats. Very creative, Tracy!!


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