Rostitchery has one for an adult foot using the blue loom, but I was nervous to commit to it... I needed something smaller... a baby sock would do! The Knifty Knitter yahoo group recommend Bev's Country Country Cottage for a pattern. So this weekend, I sat down and tried it. I had to modify her pattern a little to make it fit the KK flower loom... but after three tries, I found something that worked for me! The blue sock in the picture was my first attempt. I used the same amount of rows Bev recommended (but remember... a different loom) and the sock fits my 3-yr old. I then modified the rows for the cuff and ankle, but not the foot. This sock would fit a baby with a REALLY long foot (purple sock!). Finally, I figured it out by sock three (purple and black sock) and am happy enough with it that I will make it's pair!
Here is what I came up with thanks to the wonderful guidance of Bev's Loomed Newborn Booties!
Material: KK flower Loom, 2 colors of Baby Yarn. You will use 2 strands throughout!
Instructions: E-wrap around the loom twice, and knit off 1 over 1
Knit 10 rows
Turn up for a cuff (like making a brim on a hat)
E-wrap and knit 3 more rows
Make the Heel by: E-wrap 8 pegs, knit off those 8 pegs (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8)
E-wrap backwards only on 6 pegs (7,6,5,4,3,2), knit off
E-wrap forward again 4 pegs (3,4,5,6), knit off
E-wrap backwards again 2pegs (4,5), knit off
Now increase the number of pegs by two.
E-wrap peg 6 (knit-off) then e-wrap 5,4,3. Knit off.
E-wrap peg 2 (knit-off) then e-wrap 3,4,5,6,7. Knit off.
E-wrap peg 8 (knit-off) then e-wrap 7,6,5,4,3,2,1. Knit off.
Form Foot: E-wrap and knit 6 more rows (if you want you foot longer, keep going!)
Use the gathering method to to end!
Let me know how this worked for you and thanks again to the KK yahoo groups and Bev's Country Cottage patterns!