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Boba Time Mini Socks

Boba Time Mini Socks

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The Boba Time! Mini socks were designed as a companion boba knitting pattern to the adult version. This version is super speedy and fun to knit up for your favorite boba-loving child or babies who will grow up to be boba loving children. Knit a gradient version to achieve the perfect Thai Iced Tea gradient, or knit a solid with a contrasting mini for plain milk tea with boba.

The gradient version is perfect for stash busting as it’ll use up all those odds and ends and create the perfect rainbow drink. Change the colors to achieve other drinks, such as matcha latte, strawberry milk tea, or taro milk tea. The world’s your colorwork oyster!

The Boba Time! Socks is part of The Boba Collection which includes a ton of yummy boba knitting patterns. Give them a try!

This product listing is for a PDF download with a pattern for you to make your own finished knit with. It does not include the finished product. Please read below for all pattern specs and details.

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Pattern Details

Size Selection

Baby (Toddler, Child) with finished foot circumference of 5 (5.5, 6.5) “ / 12.5 (14, 16.5) cm. Both the foot length and leg length are adjustable

Yarn Selection & Yardage

MC1-MC5: Scraps or minis, to total 120 (180, 240) yds / 110 (165, 220) meters of fingering weight yarn


MC: 120 (180, 240) yds / 110 (165, 220) meters of fingering weight yarn

AND CC: 100 yds / 91 meters of fingering weight yarn

Gauge & Recommended Needles

Gauge: 32 stitches x 46 Rnds = 4×4”/10x10cm worked in stockinette stitch knit in the round, unblocked

Suggested Needles: Size US1.5 / 2.5mm in preferred method for knitting in the round for small circumference, such as small circulars, DPN, or magic loop; if using small circulars, DPN’s are required in the same size for the heel flap and the toe

You'll also need...

2 stitch markers, plus one unique marker for BOR, tapestry needle

Skills Required

  • Working from a charted pattern for colorwork and managing floats.
  • Working in small circumferences using DPN, magic loop, or other method.
  • Working increases and/or decreases at given intervals.
  • Heel flap and gusset construction.
  • Picking up and knitting from an edge or middle of work.
  • Grafting with a tapestry needle (sometimes known as "Kitchener stitch").

Accessibility and Pattern Formats

  • This pattern comes in a PDF only, with no other accessible formats.

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Pattern Credits

  • Tech Editing: Natasha (Northern Knits and Purls)