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These quick to knit booties are lots of fun to work—just the motivation you need when a gifting deadline is on the horizon. Constructed in the round from the bottom up in simple stitches on two circular needles, short row shaping is combined with decreases to ensure a snug, seamless fit. The pattern includes three sizes (S/M/L) to knit in worsted weight yarn that stretch to fit a wide range of feet and may be customized by adjusting needle size up or down. They are easily extended at the top for a longer bootie with more leg coverage. These warm slippers are just what’s needed after a long day of outdoor winter activity; they also work well as boot liners and may be felted slightly to achieve a warmer fabric. Hug the feet you love best by knitting up a cozy pair.

Sample is knit in size M with Bare Naked Wools Icelandic, color Medium Gray

Suggested Yarn:

Chebris WorstedConfection Worsted, Kent WorstedTarghee Tango WorstedBetter Breakfast Worsted or any sturdy yarn with 55 to 65 yards per ounce that knits to pattern gauge. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size, elasticity, and yardage requirement.

Finished Size:

S(M, L): 150(175, 200) yards

Yarn Requirements:

150(175, 200) yards


 20 sts and 29 rows = 4 inches in stockinette on gauge needles (unblocked)


two size 5US (3.75 mm) 16- or 24-inch circular needles (or size to obtain correct gauge)

two size 4US (3.5 mm) 16-or 24-inch circular needles (or .25 mm smaller than gauge needle)