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Bitty Baby Uggs

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Free knitting patterns for babies are always pretty cute, but these Bitty Baby Uggs are adorable. Knit in the stockinette stitch, these little booties will help keep your baby's feet nice and toasty. No matter what color you choose, these make fabulous gifts.

Bitty Baby Uggs
Bitty Baby Uggs
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Knitting Needle Size: 5 or 3.75 mm

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Ratings & Comments (19)

Oct 30, 2013

I'm sorry I can't even get the pattern to print. Help

 

Feb 21, 2013

I loved knitting these booties. They look really cute. I have found a pattern for Ugg style knitted boots in adult sizes and will be trying that next.

 

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Feb 19, 2013

How do I get the pattern?

 

Jan 21, 2013

Hi ice been tryin to find a pattern like this for a size uk 3-4 foot for slippers for my mum who has bad ankles can this pattern be adapted if so how can I do it

 

Sep 12, 2012

I would love to print this pattern but have trouble with the download via PDF file. any alternative? thank you, Hanni

 

Jun 2, 2012

I have made several pair of these booties. I think the pattern is easy. One thing I did do was when picking up the stitches on the purl side I had to pick them up purlwise. I also eliminated the make 1 and just picked up an extra stitch.

 

May 15, 2012

I did not like this pattern at all. When I got the first bootie done the seam up the back gave it a very sloppy look. I frogged it and used a knit in the round pattern instead.

 

May 3, 2012

im having trouble with the instep ..1. Knit 20 (22, 24) stitches. Turn. Purl 10 stitches. Work 13 (13, 15) more rows stocking stitch (ending with k row) on these 10 stitches. 2. Pick up 7 (8, 9) stitches along side of instep. Knit across 10 (12, 14) stitches on needle. 3. Purl 17 (20, 23) stitches, then m1, p 10, m1, pick up 7 (8, 9) stitches along other side of instep. Purl 10 (12, 14). You should have 46 (52, 58) stitches. ive completed part one but now im lost at part 2 can someone help me out

 

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