Saturday, March 12, 2011


Here they are. The little baby Ugg boots I knitted. It turns out someone at work decided she wanted them so they are sold. I didn't even make them to sell. They were just too cute not to make them. The pattern shows them in colors too and they are adorable. So easy even a beginning knitter could do them. All one piece with a seam across bottom and up the back. That's it other than the shaping which are simple stiches.
The main yarn I used was Lamb's Pride Worsted, a combination of 85%Wool/ 15% Mohair. It is not an itchy wool at all. Very soft and nice to work with. The white on the edges I found at Hobby Lobby but have lost the label and cannot identify it. Just look for something that resembles the fleece in the real boots and use that. I had tried others but this seemed perfect.
Even the pattern does not tell you what to use, so improvise.
Thanks to a fellow blogger who reminded me that I should post these things. I sometimes forget.
On to my sweater. Hope you are all enjoying the weekend and creating something you love.

5 comments:

  1. Testing. Someone I know wanted to post a message but could not. It appears to be working for me, so let me know if you are having a problem. Peggy

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  2. Hi Peggy! The baby UGGs are adorable! They would make such a sweet gift, thx for the idea and info.

    Your knitting is beautiful too---somehow I always have bumps and lumps, lol.

    love

    lizzy

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  3. Hi Peggy. These little Ugg's are just precious. You are just so talented in so many areas. The weather in Florida is just gorgeous. I am enjoying it, but will be ready to go home by the end of March. Think of you often and are looking forward to getting together in April.

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  4. These are the cutest little Uggs I have ever seen Peggy. I hope you are well! We need to get together and play one of these days now that the sun is shining!!!

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  5. Oh; I adore the baby uggs! I got to see them in person - love 'em! See you soon Peggy! xxoo

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