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Dennis Veasley

16 thoughts on “Baby Athletic Socks – Parts 1 through 6”

  1. @pollyp65 Hi Carol – no specific baby bootie patterns come to mind, but there are so many out there. Are you a member of Ravelry yet? If not, you should be! It's free, and a great resource for patterns. When you're on there you can do a search for baby booties, and see the most popular patterns that people are knitting. Always something great to choose from. 🙂

  2. You can use the decreases I show here in other sock patterns, yes. But I'm assuming there was a reason that designer had you doing a psso instead of just an ssk/k2tog. Perhaps they're having you do a double decrease? You might want to email that designer to see what his/her reasoning is for that more complicated decrease.

  3. All of the information you need to knit these are on my website, and in the written pattern. Just click the link in the video description field, just below the video.

  4. AGAIN! AGAIN! AGAIN! You've saved me with a video. I'm knitting my first baby socks and got stuck on the "verbiage" and you are my heroess. Can't thank you enough!

  5. well so far so good, I am working on the foot and the directions say 2.5 inches from back of heel but I am not sure about where back of heel is or how it is being measured.
    . Approxmately how many rows would that be for 2.5 inches?

  6. Thank you so much. After attempting baby socks several times and each foot was different your video helped me understand. And I was knitting away from me, big difference. Took a-bit to get use to knitting your way but after a few lines it all worked it.

  7. Staci I have your pattern but it doesn’t tell the weight of yarn. I looked up Dale of Norway Baby Ull and got conflicting information on Ravelry. Is it fingering or sport weight ?

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