Knit your own baby slippers: Instructions, size chart and tricks

What a great moment it is when you hear from your best friend, sister, niece etc. that she is pregnant. You can really rejoice together and start planning all kinds of things. You feel pure happiness and anticipation. Soon the baby party is coming up and one wonders what would be the perfect gift for the baby.  Most just go to the nearest clothing store and buy a cute body or some socks, maybe a cuddly toy. But how about you knit some super cute shoes for the baby yourself? How’s that work? We’ll show you today.

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DIY instructions – knitting baby shoes

In the internet you can find a lot of videos and DIY’s explaining how to knit the cute baby shoes or baby socks yourself and it’s not that hard. We’ve put together our favourite videos and instructions for you so that you’ll be well prepared for your next gift. Our tip is always to pay attention to what kind of wool you use for it, because baby skin is very soft and soft and your wool for baby shoes should be the same. We wish you a lot of fun and success knitting yourself and hope that you will get some wonderful and cute baby shoes and that your mum will be very happy about the little one.

Size chart for baby shoe sizes

  • From 9.3 cm for babies aged 0 – 3 months
  • From 10.0 cm for babies aged 3 – 6 months
  • From 10.7 cm for babies aged 6 – 9 months
  • From 11.3 cm for babies aged 9 – 12 months
  • From 12.0 cm for babies aged 12 – 15 months
  • From 12.7 cm for babies aged 15 – 18 months
  • From 13.3 cm for babies aged 18 – 21 months
  • From 14.0 cm for babies aged 21 – 24 months

Tutorials for knitting baby shoes

Here you can find our favourite videos about knitting baby shoes:

Baby Slippers knit for beginners

Baby socks knit without needle play – simply explained

Baby Chucks easy knit

Baby Ballerinas Tutorial

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