Just Ducky Hat & Socks


Just Ducky Hat & Socks


Try these free, cute knitting patterns for a baby hat and socks that look like ducks! The Just Ducky hat and socks knitting pattern can be adjusted for preemie, newborn, and toddler sizes.  This would be a great gift for a new one and babies and moms alike are sure to love this cute knit hat and bootie set.  You could even dress up your little one as a duck for Halloween with this simple duck set.


Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm, 4 or 3.5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

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

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I been knitting for 58 years, the hat was easyn to make. but the slippers instructions don't make sense the heel flap say yarn in front s and kso your adding imore stich every other one. So your end up with over 100stiches how can you end up with 7 sts on ndl after dec. it don't workplease help. i never had problem with any knit project before but this one just don't work for me Thank youcan't rate didn't finish yet

Good thing I read the comments before deciding to make this outfit. I would have been very upset if I got into it and then it went haywire on me. I read the directions and I agree it's missing something around row 7. Maybe when I have more time I can figure out how to fix it.

I should not rate this pattern since I have not made it. I have read the instructions and I can see where there would be a problem if you have never knitted socks before. This pattern seems like a sock pattern up to a certain point and then you have to join the front and back to make it look like a duck foot, if that makes any sense. I really like the pattern though. So cute.

I love this little set it is very cute and I have knitted baby hats loads so that should be fine but I am a bit nervous about knitting the booties, I have never done anything like that before, and reading some of the comments they seem difficult to do or follow, has anyone completed the booties? How did they turn out and any hints or tips for me when doing them?

This pattern is a waste of time! This pattern is all over the place with errors i.e the ducky socks show a photo where the rib is obviously knit 3 purl 1 yet in the pattern it tells you to knit 1 purl 1 rib!!! P2Designs needs an erratta to this pattern as the actual concept is lovely! Off to devise my own pattern.......

I am having a great deal of difficulty with the heel flap. Step 1 seems to be for an even number of stitches, but it is worked on a needle with an odd number. Has anyone ever completed this pattern successfully from these directions?

The hat is really cute and easy to make. But those socks? I cannot figure out the directions, and I have been knitting for close to 40 years - I am not a beginner. So either I have lost my ability to follow a pattern, or there are some missing steps in the instructions.

Hey to all. I was able to bring up the patterns using the browser, FireFox. You might try a different browser.

looking back on comments, quite a few knitters seem to be having the same trouble as I am no downloading of this pattern. I have the latest adobe reader. Has the pattern been removed, of the people that have been able to download there seems to be quite a few having trouble?

I can't seem to get the pattern... pdf downloads but just a picture no pattern... any advice? thanks!

I am having difficulty downloading this pattern. Any words of wisdom?

working on the Ducky sock: have completed row 7-12 with 7 stitches on each needles 1 & 2 and 44 on 3rd for heel flap for rows 1-6 so far. How do i continue for rows 7-12 for heel flap? Don't understand where i start for turning the heel. Which needles

For the ducky socks is there a video? If not thereshould be Help help help

Im a stuck on the toe part do i rearrange the stitches on the needle Help!

have u ever made cookie monster hat,im trying to find a pattern so i can make it for my newborn baby

http://kimberlychapman.com/crafts/knit-patterns-cookiemonsterhat.html Here is a pattern for a cookie monster hat, and I think there's an Elmo there too

having issues with the socks. when starting heel flap it states to keep yarn in front is that just for the slip stiches or also when knitting - which would add a stitch in between slip and knit stiitches

It means to slip as if to purl.

Help--I started knitting this and began as directed with the bill. Nowhere did it say to join the wool after dividing onto 3 needles. Was I supposed to do that? After steps 1,2, 3, and getting up to 42 stitches by increasing as directed then it says 7 rnds: k around (or until bikll iks desikred length). How do you combine the stitches on ndls 1 and 2? Some guidance please.

At the "Gusset" portion of the pattern, next to the first two lines, there is a symbol that looks like the letter "Q". Can you tell me what this means? It's a tricky area for me - does it indicate a video is available to explain the directions? Thanks for any enlightenment. sdknitter

love the just ducky hat and can't wait for my daughter's baby to be born at the end of July. Am now onto the socks. thank you.

@nakanhai 7664191 - When you click on "Click here for knitting pattern" it should take you to a page that has links for both the socks AND the hat. I checked both and they seem to be working. @Carlaoj 3253475 - I was able to print out both patterns. Check to see if you have the most up-to-date version of Adobe installed on your computer. That could be the problem.

I only find the pattern for the Ducky Socks. Can I please have the pattern for the cute Ducky Hat to go with them for my niece? So cute!!! I would so love it.

All of the instructions for the pattern (both socks and hat) would not print. Some parts came out blank.


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