Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Little UggieBooties - Free Crochet Pattern





Good morning lovlies!

Here in Tasmania we're in autumn now, and slowly rolling closer to winter. The days are still warm but the nights, boy are they getting colder! Master J definitely needs some warm booties to keep his tootsies warm and toastie, and what better booties then little uggies? It was also a good opportunity to play with some RHSS that I received recently. Oh worsted weight yarn, how I love you!

As far as sizing goes, I started these when Master J was 2 months old, and he is now 3 months and they are still a really good fit so I'm going to go ahead and say 0-3 months, but you may get longer from them depending on bubs foot length. If you find you need longer booties, you can start with an extra chain or 2. The side split makes them easy to get on and easy to adjust, especially if your babba has slim ankles.

Rul ned for dansk oversættelse .
Scroll down for Danish translation.




To make 0-3 Months
4.5mm hook
Worsted weight yarn for your main colour (I used RHSS)
Chenille yarn for the trim (I used craftworks)

Rounds 1-5 are the same for both booties

1. ch14, dc into the 3rd chain from hook, dc in the next 10 chains, dc 6 times in the end chain, working on the opposite side and into the same chains, dc in the next 11 chains, join to the first dc. (28)

2. ch2, 2dc in the first stitch, dc in the next 11 stitches, 2dc in each of the next 4 stitches, dc in the next 11 stitches, 2dc in the last stitch, join to the first dc. (34)

3: ch1, sc in each stitch around back loops only, join. (34)

4: ch2, hdc in the first 12, hdc2tg 5 times, hdc in the last 12 stitches, join. (29)

5: ch2, hdc in the first 9 stitches, dc2tg, dc2tg, dc3tg, dc2tg, dc2tg, hdc in the last 9 stitches, join. (23)

LEFT BOOTIE

6: slst in the first 7 stitches, ch2, dc in the back loops only of all stitches around (including the slst's at the start) do not join. (23dc's)

7: ch2, turn, 2dc in the first stitch, dc in the next 21 stitches, 2dc in the last stitch. (25)

8: ch2, turn, dc in each stitch. (25)

9: ch1, turn, sc in each stitch across. End off (25)


RIGHT BOOTIE

6: turn, slst in the first 7 stitches, ch2, turn, dc in the back loops only of all stitches around (including the slst's at the start) Do not join. (23dc's)

7: ch2, turn, 2dc in the first stitch, dc in the next 21 stitches, 2dc in the last stitch. (25)

8: ch2, turn, dc in each stitch. (25)

9: ch1, turn, sc in each stitch across. End off (25)

TRIM (for both booties)

With chenille yarn join the yarn to the bottom of the split and ch1. hdc evenly up the side, 2hdc in the corner stitch, hdc in each stitch across the top of the bootie, 2hdc in the next corner and then evenly hdc back down the side of the split. Join.

Attach one button to each bootie and weave in all tails.

Add to babies feet, sit back and enjoy the cuteness overload!





Godmorgen skønne mennesker!

Her i Tasmanien er det efterår nu, og vi nærmer os langsomt vinter. Dagene er stadig varme, men nætterne – hold da op, de bliver koldere! Master J har i hvert fald brug for nogle varme futter til at holde hans små tæer varme , og findes der bedre futter end små ”uggies”? Jeg har også haft mulighed for at lege med noget RHSS- garn, som jeg fik hjem for nyligt. Åh ”worsted weight yarn”, hvor jeg dog elsker dig!
Hvad angår størrelsen, lavede jeg disse futter da Master J var 2 måneder gammel og han er nu 3 måneder, og de passer stadig rigtig godt, så jeg vil sige at disse babyfutter passer til str 0-3 mdr, måske ældre afhængig af den lilles fodlængde. Hvis du har behov for at futterne måler mere i længden, kan du starte med en ekstra luftmaske eller 2. Åbningen i siden, gør det nemt at få futterne på og justere dem, især hvis din baby har smalle ankler.

For at lave str 0-3 mdr skal du bruge:
4.5 mm hæklenål
“Worsted weight yarn” (Jeg har brugt RHSS)
Pelsgarn til kanten (Jeg har brgut craftworks)

Omg 1-5 er ens for begge futter

1. Lav 14 lm, 1 st i 3. lm fra nålen, 1 st i de næste 10 lm, 6 st i sidste lm på rækken. Der arbejdes nu i de samme lm på den modsatte side; 1 st i de næste 11 lm, afslut med km i første st på omg. (28)

2. 2 lm, 2 st i første m, 1 st i de næste 11 m, 2 st i hver af de næste 4 m, 1 st i de næste 11 m, 2 st i den sidste m, afslut med km i første st. (34)

3. 1 lm, 1 fm i hver m på omg igennem bageste maskeled, afslut med kædemaske. (34)

4. 2 lm, 1 hst i de første 12 m, hækl 2 hst sm 5 gange, 1 hst i de sidste 12 m, afslut med km. (29)

5. 2 lm, 1 hst i de første 9 m, hækl 2 st sm 2 gange, hækl 3 st sm, hækl 2 st sm 2 gange, 1 hst i de sidste 9 m, afslut med km. (23)

VENSTRE STØVLE

6. 1 km i de første 7 m, 2 lm, 1 st i hver maske på rækken gennem bageste maskeled (inklusive kædemaskerne i begyndelsen af rækken), der afsluttes ikke med km. (23 st)

7. 2 lm, vend, 2 st I første m, 1 st I de næste 21 m, 2 st i sidste m. (25)

8. 2 lm, vend, 1 st i hver m. (25)

9. 1 lm, vend, 1 fm i hver maske på rækken. Bryd garnet (25)


HØJRE STØVLE

6. Vend, 1 lm i de første 7 m, 2 lm, vend, 1 st I hver maske på rækken igennem bageste maskeled (inklusive kædemaskerne i begyndelsen af rækken) der afsluttes ikke med km. (23 st)

7. 2 lm, vend, 2 st i første m, 1 st i de næste 21 m, 2 st i sidste m. (25)

8. 2 lm, vend, 1 st i hver m. (25)

9. 1 lm, vend, 1 fm i hver maske på rækken. Bryd garnet (25)
KANT (til begge støvler)

Start ved den nederste del af åbningen I siden og lav 1 lm. 1 hst i hver maske op langs siden, jævnt fordelt, 2 hst i hjørnet, 1 hst i hver m langs med toppen af støvlen, 2 hst i det næste hjørne og derefter 1 hst i hver m ned langs siden. Afslut m km

Sy en knap på hver af futterne og hæft enderne.


Sæt futterne på babyens fødder, sæt dig til bage og nyd dobbelt op på nuttethed!

12 comments:

  1. These are really cute! Thanks so much for sharing :) /Vera

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  2. You have some of the BEST designs I've seen so far. I absolutely love that you do charity work and not just "say" you do it. Thank you so much for offering your patterns for free! What a wonderful person you are.

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  3. Nice, got to try those

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  4. I just made these in gray with white trim for my grandson. They are really cute!

    -Colleen, Iowa

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  5. How would you make 3-6 month size

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  6. Can you write a pattern for 3-6 month size even if I add extra stitches on the sole, not sure how to do the shoe and top part with the added stitches.

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    1. I can do but it probably won't be for a while. Im smack in the middle of the Itty Bitty Giant Hat Drive and just don't have enough hours at the moment.
      I'll add it to my list :)

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  7. I'm having trouble! When you join the round, do you do it in the chain space or the 1st actual stitch? And when you make your first stitch of that round do you make it in the same stitch you chained in or the next one? I've tried it both ways and each round has a pretty big gap in the back that i have to join over. Looks like missed stitches but I've counted and counted and ripped out and redid but it's still there each time?!

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  8. I'm having trouble! When you join the round, do you do it in the chain space or the 1st actual stitch? And when you make your first stitch of that round do you make it in the same stitch you chained in or the next one? I've tried it both ways and each round has a pretty big gap in the back that i have to join over. Looks like missed stitches but I've counted and counted and ripped out and redid but it's still there each time?!

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  9. Thank you so much for the pattern. I have a 15month old grandson. How would I be able to adjust this pattern to fit him. Plus I would need to put skid proof stuff on the bottom of them as he is a little hellion on wheels and on the go not walking running everywhere.

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    1. puff paint works great to make any slipper skid proof

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