Top baby UGG patterns
As the weather cools, and you creep back into your cosy, snuggly UGG boots, why not crochet a pair for baby to match?
The world loves UGG boots — and all the various incarnations of their signature style, from different shades of fleece to toggle-backs, knee-high, ankle-high, slouchy or straight. They’re warm, cosy and perfect for wearing now that there’s a nip in the air, and perfect for little ones too! We’ve got some fantastic patterns for baby UGG style booties, so you can make a different pair for every day of the week…
Don’t forget, UGG style boots are unisex – and almost as many men wear them as women, so don’t leave the baby boys out!
These gorgeous booties by Caroline Brooke are fabulously faithful to the UGG dream — with their soles and stitching atop a signature rich tan shade. Just look at that little embroidery “tree of life”, and the cosy deep rib that folds over for extra warmth.
Caroline Brooke has written a corunucopia of baby footwear patterns, and here is another variation of classic UGG style — this time with a fur edging and buttons. These are crocheted in chunky or bulky weight yarn, so you can imagine how little time they take to make!
Schachenmayr have a free pattern for these super sweet booties, with a classic UGG visible seam, crocheted in Schachenmayr Bravo Baby yarn, which is an acrylic sport weight yarn. Choose either solid shades or self patterning.
The Two Girls Patterns Furrylicious Baby Boot pattern pictured below is great fun to make — look at those loops and side buttons! You’ll be inundated with requests for pairs of these, so be careful where you take them unless you don’t mind making them for friends’ babies too.
Two Girls Patterns pulls another fabulous boot variation out of the bag with these adorable cable boots, pictured below — and what’s more, the cables are easy to work. Perfect for an adventurous beginner, the pattern will guide you through from start to finish.
My heart just melted when I saw these divine Willow Boots by Inventorium. You can use any DK yarn here, although the photo pictured uses Rico Baby Cotton Soft DK. Don’t you love that little bow?
Croby Patterns uses a variegated yarn for these sweet little Cable Stitch Booties pictured below, and I love the ombré effect it brings. The cables are simple to work and the pattern includes full photo instructions to follow.
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