Thursday, October 16, 2008

Bootie-licious

Please excuse the cheesy title. I just couldn't resist!

I finished Norm's Moc-a-Socs and I love them. Although the pattern is simple (yet very clever), these booties take a while to knit since they are done on size 2 needles and sport and fingering weight yarn. These are the 6-12 month size and they are a little big on Norm, but the 0-6 month size booties were just a tiny bit too small.

Pattern: Moc-a-Soc (baby) by Bekah Knits
Needles: Size 2 (round or straight and double point)
Yarn: Blue--Bernat Softee Baby (sport weight); White: Patons Baby Beehive (fingering weight)

















Sorry for any blurry photos--Norm's very active these days and I don't have a flash on my camera. Make sure you check out Norm's wonderfully delicious chunky thighs--don't you just want to squeeze them?

6 comments:

Carol said...

I love the title of this post and Little man 2 is adorable

Cat said...

yes, I do want to squeeze them.... Cat

Jadielady said...

Awww, so cute! I'm working on a set of booties for my soon to be here niece or nephew.

stacey said...

too too cute!!!! you need to start selling those!!

Nicole B. said...

since i have a preview of the mocs in person, i just focused on the thighs myself :)

Kate said...

thanks for turning me on to this pattern. I am going to get the maryjane pattern and knock some out for Christmas gifts. And, koolhaus hats and slippers for the kids and try and get someone to help me sew so I can make robes... The list never seems to end