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Baby Knitted Knee High Socks

Stop panicking about what DIY baby gift to make for your girlfriend's baby shower. Now you have the option of making these Baby Knitted Knee High Socks from Henriette for Stonehouse Workshop. This fancy footwear will be well received by momma-to-be and that baby. Easy knitting projects are even better when they're cute, and these socks are adorable. Knit socks like these on just two needles. Start now so that they can be wrapped and ready for that approaching baby shower.

Baby Knitted Knee High Socks


  • Left over baby or sport yarn in off-white and blue
  • Knitting needles US 4
  • Tapestry needle


  1. Cast on 40 sts. and knit 2.5 inch ribbing (P2, K2).
  2. Continue in stockinette stitch and decrease 2 times 1 st. on both sides ever 14th row (4 sts total decreased).
  3. Continue with 36 sts. until piece measures 6.5 inch.  Put 11 sts on both sides on a thread and only knit over 14 sts.
  4. Knit about 1.5 – 2 inch and decrease 2 times 1 st on Both sides of every knit row.  Take remaining 10 sts on thread.
  5. Start knitting with blue yarn.
  6. Take 11 sts on left needle and knit.
  7. Pick up about 10 sts (one stitch every two rows knitted) along Right side of foot flap and knit.  To make this look good pick them up evenly space and knit them tightly.
  8. Take 10 sts of front on left needle and knit.
  9. Pick up about 10 sts along Left side of foot flap and knit.
  10. Take 11 sts on left needle and knit.
  11. Knit 6 rows, decrease on both sides of front flap 1 st. and knit in middle front of sock 2 times 2 sts together (decrease);
  12. Repeat this decrease 3 times in every other row.
  13. Do NOT cast off but sew 2 sides of together in kitchener stitch.  See online instructions if you are not familiar with this stitch.

    Baby Knitted Knee High Socks
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