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Free Baby Mary Jane Booties Knitting Pattern - Knit your special little princess a pair of adorable Mary Jane booties using our free and easy-to-follow knitting pattern at HowStuffWorks.

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by the Editors of Publications International, Ltd. Free Baby Mary Jane Booties Knitting Pattern Prev Next Cute as can be, these hand-knit Mary Janes are also soft on baby's foot. These soft-and-silky booties are as cute as a classic pair of Mary Janes. Knit in the softest cashmere blend, they make a perfect foot covering for baby. Size Fold bootie with wrong sides together, and using the invisible seam for garter stitch, sew togeth... Bottom edges : With wrong sides together, whipstitch cast-on edges together. Buttons : On the outside of the bootie, opposite the strap side, attach button with sewing needle... Weave sewing thread through several stitches to secure. ( Note: Small buttons may pose a choking hazard, so be sure to stitch securely to bootie.) Weave in all yarn ends to wrong side of work. For more helpful knitting tips and interesting patterns, try: Free Purse Knitting Patterns Free Knitting Patterns for Beginners Contributing designer: Lucie Sinkler Purl of Wisdom If your buttonholes are not identical, it's best to choose buttons that fit the smallest buttonhole. You can always tighten up the larger buttonholes with scrap yarn and a needle. 1 2

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