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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Baby Finkaas KNITTING PATTERN

Well, I had such a great response from my Lady Finkaas pattern that it inspired me to make them in more sizes. My Finkaas are inspired by our family heritage of Swiss ancestry. I wanted to make a loafer-like slipper/shoe that would portray the heritage that we treasure in our home, and share it with you.

Please note that this listing is for a KNITTING PATTERN only, and not the finished product.
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Baby Finkaas KNITTING PATTERN
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Sizing:
Pattern Accommodates U.S./Can. infant shoe sizes 0-5
Finished Length in inches: 3¾” (4", 4¼”, 4½”, 4¾”, 5”) 
Finished Length in centimetres: 9.5 (10.2, 10.8, 11.4, 12.1, 12.7)

Materials: 
•MC: 37yd (34m) of 100% wool Worsted Weight felting yarn for shoe bodies 
•CC: 33yd (30m) of 100% wool Worsted Weight felting yarn for soles 
•5- 4.5mm double-ended knitting needles
•Tapestry needle
•2-4 small buttons of choice
•lingerie bag or zippered pillowcase
•stitch marker
•stitch holder

Gauge: 16 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch

Samples Shown Using:

Blue Slippers:

MC: Patons Classic Wool in shade #77011 (Wedgewood)
CC: Patons Classic Wool in shade #00227 (Taupe)

Pink Slippers:
MC: Patons Classic Wool in shade #00210 (Petal Pink)
CC: Patons Classic Wool in shade #00201 (Winter White)

Description:
These little shoes pattern is perfect for both boys and girls, and the pattern includes 2 variations on the strap. 

This pattern also includes over many high definition photos to take you through the knitting process step by step. The whole shoe is knit in garter stitch and is fairly basic. Perfect for anyone from the adventurous beginner to the long time knitter. The color effect is accomplished by using variegated yarn, and the texture is accomplished by putting some, but not all of the shoe through a felting process. If you've never felted before, don't be intimidated. It's an ease peasy process that is described step by step within the pattern for both top-loading ad front-loading washing machines, as well as a hand felting alternative.

For more styles and sizes, please see my Patterns tab at the top of this website.

© 2011 ~Lise-Anne Michel ~ Pick n’ Knit Patterns
Please respect copyright laws. You cannot resell my patterns or any finished products you knit from them as they are copyrighted by me.

Enjoy and thank you for looking.


3 comments:

  1. Those are SO cute! What a great little business you have. I need to learn how to knit!

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  2. I'm obsessed with these!!!! Maybe you can give these to me as a baby gift if this little one ends up being a boy. SO darling! Love, love, love!

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  3. Yes Megan, you do need to learn how! And Mindy, you're so hilarious. I'm sure you'll be getting something cute, don't you worry!

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