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50 Baby Bootees to Knit

Little Bootees and Snuggly Socks for Newborn to Nine Months

Zoe Mellor

Collins & Brown

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ISBN: 9781843405078

Price: £12.99

Publication date: 5 January 2009

ISBN: 9781855859654

Price: £16.99

Publication date: 10 November 2002

Category: Knitting & Crochet

Zoë Mellor is back with a dazzling array of baby footwear to fit boys and girls from newborn to nine months. Featuring four main styles – cuffed, sandal, slipper and shoe – here are designs to delight the most discerning tot—mohair, ribboned, and cable designs, saucy animal feet, lace-up bootees, sequined shoes and embellished slippers and delicate lace creations. Filled with colour photos as well as easy-to-follow charts and patterns, 50 Baby Bootees to Knit is another captivating collection from this outstanding designer. There are funky animal boots, nostalgic lace patterns, simple slippers, cuffed bootees (guaranteed to stay on even the most restless feet) and classic cables among the collection – indeed, something to suit any baby, from new-born to 18 months. For beginners there is an easy-to-knit practise pattern and a size chart allows you to decide which size to knit. Each design is accompanied by a colour photograph by fashion photographer Joey Toller, appropriate charts and diagrams, embellishment tips and full pattern instructions. With over 5000 copies already sold in the UK, this new edition will be sure to inspire. Other titles in this series include Blankets & Throws to Knit (9781843404712), More Blankets & Throws (9781843405085) and 25 Cushions to Knit (9781843405092) all by Debbie Abrahams.

ABOUT THE Author

Zoë Mellor is a successful knitwear designer and author who also runs the Toby Tiger fleece childrenswear company, named after her young son. Her unique designs are sold in Italy, France and in over 50 outlets in the UK. Zoë’s previous titles include Colourful Knits, Head to Toe Knits, Double Knits and Animal Knits. She has also designed patterns for various magazines, including Rowan, Prima, Country Living and Woman’s Weekly. She lives and works in Brighton.

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