"Ugg" bootie slipper pattern
to fit womens size 8-9 shoe size
Size 10 needles
lion brand thick and quick yarn or similar to obtain gauge 100 yds per boot approx.
gauge: 12 sts and 20 rows = 4"
With main color co 44 sts. Knit one row.
ROW 1 (RS) K1, yo, K20, yo, K2, yo, K20, yo, K1
ROW 2 and all subsequent WS Rows: Knit all stitches, but knit the yarn over twisted, ie. into the back loop of the yo.
ROW 3 K2, yo, K20, yo, K2, yo, K2, yo, K20, yo, K2
ROW 5 K3, yo, K20, yo, K7, yo, K20, yo, K3
ROW 7 K4, yo, K20, yo, K5, yo, K4, yo, K20, yo, K4
ROW 9 K5, yo, K20, yo, K6, yo, K6, yo, K20, yo, K5
After row 10, continue in stockinette stitch for 8 more rows.
ROW 1 Knit 40, ssk, turn work (ignore remaining stitches on needle for now)
ROW 2 sl1, p14, p2tog, turn work again (again ignore remaining stitches)
ROW 3 sl1, K14, ssk, turn
ROW 4 sl1, p14, p2tog, turn
ROWS 5-20 Repeat Rows 3 and 4 eight more times.
ROW 21 sl1, K14, ssk,knit to end of row, turn
ROW 22 p30, p2tog, purl to end of row.
Work 8-10" in stockinette stitch (if your tween likes low Uggs or high Uggs) and switch to contrasting color and work another 2" in contrasting color. BO Knitwise. Sew seam using mattress stitch. Give to teen and be met with squeals and giggles. To fit approx. size 8-9 foot. they will stretch a bit. Put some dots of puffy paint or what ever you like to put on your slippers to prevent them from being "slippers" and enjoy!
This was a conversion from the free Baby Booties - Ugg Boots Knitting Pattern, so you can find photos there. Also, I have checked, double checked and triple checked, but AM human, so you can compare my rows to bootie pattern if something looks off.
You are a doll. Great pattern. Thanks...
Thanks very much for that, have copied and pasted updated version! Will get around to knitting them when my other projects are finished.
Thanks for the update. I have the yarn and hope to start next week after completing several other projects.
Thank you for the pattern. I'll give them a try. I'm just finishing a scarf then I have to stitch lace around some "Angel Pockets" In case you don't know what they are, they're for the labour ward at hospitals for tiny babies who do not make it. I also knit jumpers for Oxfam to be sent to Africa. (I don't send them I just knit them and pass them on to a friend.) BUT next project is a chunky knit jacket for myself for a change. Also my grandaughter is having her first baby in Jan. I'm no great knitter but will at least make some booties. :-)
can you please provide the link to the baby uggs that has the photo? Thanks so much for the pattern. Can't wait to make them !!!
Thankyou for sharing this wonderful pattern, you are very talented! I'm going to give these a go I think once I have my presents all knitted :)
Thanks a million for the pattern. I will give it a try for my teen granddaughter. How much yarn will I need for a pair?
Thank you for the pattern. I will put it on my list.
Thanks a million have just down loaded it. I can certainly see myself making them over and over again.
Thanks once again
I am going to make a pair for my daughter and one for my daughter in law for Christmas! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you AmyKnits for the pattern. My granddaughters will be in 7th heaven!
I want to apologize - I guess I need to learn to read. I asked how much yarn I would need and it is as plain as the nose on my face - right on the pattern you posted. So sorry.
thank you so much, sorry I didn't quite understand how this worked. Wow, I am so excited, now I will be Grandma of the Year. Amy you Are an angel, lyn
Thanks so much for the pattern and the update. Hoping to be able to make a pair one day.