Saturday, 9 April 2016

Baby Hug Boots

Couldn't decide whether to call these Hug Boots or H'ugg Boots !!

They do look a little like Ugg Boots don't they .... ?

Baby Hug Boots




Baby Hug Boots     Baby H’Ugg Boots                                    Newborn

Length of sole:     3 ½ ” (9cm)



Requirements:
DK yarn  (in one, or two complementary colours)
3.75mm needles

Instructions:
Make 2 boots the same
Cast on 26sts
Row 1:                 ( K1, kfb, k9, kfb, ) twice, k2                        30sts
Row 2:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 3:                 ( K1, kfb, k11, kfb, ) twice, k2                      34sts
Row 4:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 5:                 ( K1, kfb, k13, kfb, ) twice, k2                      38sts
Row 6:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 7:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the second colour ~
Row 8:                 K1, purl to last st, k1
Row 9:                 Knit
Row 10:               S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 11:               Knit
Row 12:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Shape the foot ~
Row 13:               K17, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k17                            36sts
Row 14:               P16, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p16                           34sts
Row 15:               K15, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k15                            32sts
Row 16:               P14, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p14                           30sts
Row 17:               K13, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k13                            28sts
Row 18:               P12, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p12                           26sts
Row 19:               K11, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k11                            24sts

If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the first colour again ~
Row 20:               K1, purl to last st, k1

Make the cuff ~
Row 21:               S1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to last 3sts, p2, k1
Row 22:               S1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 3sts, k3

Repeat the last 2 rows 6 times more
Cast off LOOSELY (if you find this difficult – use a larger size needle – I used a 4.5mm needle)

Fold the cast on edge in half and join seam to form the sole
Join the back seam – from the sole to the top of the cuff
Darn away ends
Fold down the cuff


Baby Hug Boots     Baby H’Ugg Boots                     3 months

Length of sole:     4” (10cm)



Requirements:
DK yarn  (in one, or two complementary colours)
3.75mm needles

Instructions:
Make 2 boots the same
Cast on 32sts
Row 1:                 ( K1, kfb, k12, kfb, ) twice, k2                      36sts
Row 2:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 3:                 ( K1, kfb, k14, kfb, ) twice, k2                      40sts
Row 4:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 5:                 ( K1, kfb, k16, kfb, ) twice, k2                      44sts
Row 6:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 7:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the second colour ~
Row 8:                 S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 9:                 Knit
Row 10:               S1, purl to last st, k1
Row 11:               Knit
Row 12:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Shape the foot ~
Row 13:               K20, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k20                            42sts
Row 14:               P19, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p19                           40sts
Row 15:               K18, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k18                            38sts
Row 16:               P17, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p17                           36sts
Row 17:               K16, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k16                            34sts
Row 18:               P15, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p15                           32sts
Row 19:               K14, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k14                            30sts
Row 20:               P13, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p13                           28sts
Row 21:               Knit

If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the first colour again ~
Row 22:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Make the cuff ~
Row 23:               S1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 3sts, k3
Row 24:               S1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to last 3sts, p2, k1

Repeat the last 2 rows 6 times more
Cast off LOOSELY (if you find this difficult – use a larger size needle – I used a 4.5mm needle)

Fold the cast on edge in half and join seam to form the sole
Join the back seam – from the sole to the top of the cuff
Darn away ends
Fold down the cuff




Baby Hug Boots     Baby H’Ugg Boots                     6 months

Requirements:

DK yarn  (in one, or two complementary colours)

3.75mm needles

Instructions:

Make 2 boots the same

Cast on 38sts

Row 1:                 ( K1, kfb, k15, kfb, ) twice, k2                      42sts

Row 2:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 3:                 ( K1, kfb, k17, kfb, ) twice, k2                      46sts

Row 4:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 5:                 ( K1, kfb, k19, kfb, ) twice, k2                      50sts

Row 6:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 7:                 S1, purl to last st, k1



If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the second colour ~

Row 8:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 9:                 Knit

Row 10:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Repeat the last 2 rows twice



Shape the foot ~

Row 15:               K23, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k23                            48sts

Row 16:               P22, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p22                           46sts

Row 17:               K21, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k21                            44sts

Row 18:               P20, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p20                           42sts

Row 19:               K19, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k19                            40sts

Row 20:               P18, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p18                           38sts

Row 21:               K17, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k17                            36sts

Row 22:               P16, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p16                           34sts

Row 23:               Knit



If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the first colour again ~

Row 24:               S1, purl to last st, k1



Make the cuff ~

Row 25:               S1, k1, p2, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 2sts, k2

Row 26:               S1, p1, k2, *p2, k2, repeat from * to last 2sts, p1, k1



Repeat the last 2 rows 8 times more

Cast off LOOSELY (if you find this difficult – use a larger size needle – I used a 4.5mm needle)



Fold the cast on edge in half and join seam to form the sole

Join the back seam – from the sole to the top of the cuff

Darn away ends

Fold down the cuff



Baby Hug Boots     Baby H’Ugg Boots                     9 months

Requirements:

DK yarn  (in one, or two complementary colours)

3.75mm needles

Instructions:

Make 2 boots the same

Cast on 44sts

Row 1:                 ( K1, kfb, k18, kfb, ) twice, k2                      48sts

Row 2:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 3:                 ( K1, kfb, k20, kfb, ) twice, k2                      52sts

Row 4:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 5:                 ( K1, kfb, k22, kfb, ) twice, k2                      56sts

Row 6:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 7:                 S1, purl to last st, k1



If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the second colour ~

Row 8:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 9:                 Knit

Row 10:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Repeat the last 2 rows twice



Shape the foot ~

Row 15:               K26, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k26                            54sts

Row 16:               P25, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p25                           52sts

Row 17:               K24, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k24                            50sts

Row 18:               P23, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p23                           48sts

Row 19:               K22, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k22                            46sts

Row 20:               P21, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p21                           44sts

Row 21:               K20, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k20                            42sts

Row 22:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 23:               K19, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k19                            40sts

Row 24:               S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 25:               Knit



If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the first colour again ~

Row 26:               S1, purl to last st, k1



Make the cuff ~

Row 27:               S1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to last 3sts, p2, k1

Row 28:               S1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 3sts, k3





Repeat the last 2 rows 10 times more

Cast off LOOSELY (if you find this difficult – use a larger size needle – I used a 4.5mm needle)



Fold the cast on edge in half and join seam to form the sole

Join the back seam – from the sole to the top of the cuff

Darn away ends

Fold down the cuff


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Premature Baby Sizes

Baby Hug Boots     Baby H’Ugg Boots                                    Medium Preemie Baby

Length of sole:   3” (8cm) Length of sole:

Requirements:

DK yarn  (in one, or two complementary colours)

3.75mm needles

Instructions:

Make 2 boots the same

Cast on 20sts

Row 1:                 ( K1, kfb, k6, kfb, ) twice, k2                        24sts

Row 2:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 3:                 ( K1, kfb, k8, kfb, ) twice, k2                        28sts

Row 4:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 5:                 ( K1, kfb, k10, kfb, ) twice, k2                      32sts

Row 6:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 7:                 S1, purl to last st, k1


If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the second colour ~

Row 8:                 K1, purl to last st, k1

Row 9:                 Knit

Row 10:               S1, purl to last st, k1


Shape the foot ~

Row 11:               K14, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k14                            30sts

Row 12:               P13, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p13                           28sts

Row 13:               K12, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k12                            26sts

Row 14:               P11, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p11                           24sts

Row 15:               K10, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k10                            22sts

Row 16:               P9, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p9                                20sts

Row 17:               K8, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k8                                18sts


If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the first colour again ~

Row 18:               K1, purl to last st, k1


Make the cuff ~

Row 19:               S1, k1, p2, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 2sts, k2

Row 20:               S1, p1, k2, *p2, k2, repeat from * to last 2sts, p1, k1



Repeat the last 2 rows 6 times more

Cast off LOOSELY (if you find this difficult – use a larger size needle – I used a 4.5mm needle)


Fold the cast on edge in half and join seam to form the sole

Join the back seam – from the sole to the top of the cuff

Darn away ends

Fold down the cuff




Baby Hug Boots     Baby H’Ugg Boots                                    Large Preemie Baby


Length of sole:   3 ¼”  (8.5cm)


Requirements:

DK yarn  (in one, or two complementary colours)

3.75mm needles


Instructions:

Make 2 boots the same

Cast on 24sts

Row 1:                 ( K1, kfb, k8, kfb, ) twice, k2                        28sts

Row 2:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 3:                 ( K1, kfb, k10, kfb, ) twice, k2                      32sts

Row 4:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 5:                 ( K1, kfb, k12, kfb, ) twice, k2                      36sts

Row 6:                 S1, purl to last st, k1

Row 7:                 S1, purl to last st, k1


If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the second colour ~

Row 8:                 K1, purl to last st, k1

Row 9:                 Knit

Row 10:               S1, purl to last st, k1


Shape the foot ~

Row 11:               K16, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k16                            34sts

Row 12:               P15, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p15                           32sts

Row 13:               K14, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k14                            30sts

Row 14:               P13, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p13                           28sts

Row 15:               K12, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k12                            26sts

Row 16:               P11, p2tog, p2tog tbl, p11                           24sts

Row 17:               K10, k2tog tbl, k2tog, k10                            22sts


If you are using 2 colours – cut the yarn, and join in and use the first colour again ~

Row 18:               K1, purl to last st, k1


Make the cuff ~

Row 19:               S1, p1, *k2, p2, repeat from * to last 4sts, k2, p1, k1

Row 20:               S1, k1, *p2, k2, repeat from * to end


Repeat the last 2 rows 6 times more

Cast off LOOSELY (if you find this difficult – use a larger size needle – I used a 4.5mm needle)


Fold the cast on edge in half and join seam to form the sole

Join the back seam – from the sole to the top of the cuff

Darn away ends

Fold down the cuff


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In addition:  You can gift or sell any finished items you make from my patterns.
 However, please do not copy my patterns
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93 comments :

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    1. Thank you so much... Most beautiful thing ive seen today. Just love them xx

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  2. Thank you, can't wait to try these x

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    1. Im going to knit these soon, but not sure what kfb means please help

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    2. Means knit in front then back of the same stitch hope that helps

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  3. adorable boots. how can I make larger sizes?

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    1. I will be adding bigger sizes soon anna - just want to check them out first :) M x

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  4. Yes I would be interested in larger sizes as well! Love them!

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  5. They are gorgeous. Love then

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    1. Thank you Ina - the pattern is proving to be very popular :)

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  6. These look like they might actually stay on. My daughter's mission was to kick off anything we put on her feet. Sigh!

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    1. My girls did that too! Great to know that you are still visiting my blog Una :) x

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    2. I have knitted many many pairs of these lovely boots and have been told they are the only ones that do stay on!

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  7. Love these!! Would love to see larger sizes, even adult ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. it looks like you could do these in larger sizes for 3 month size you add 6 stitches to the cast on stitches of a newborn so if you add 6 stitches per 3 months for size that might work. so 9 months its 38 stitches you need to cast on 44 stitches for 1 year.. its trial and error really after the year mark but the 6 stitches per 3 months might be the formula to use. I'm assuming that you can print the pattern off for yourself to use so you can make notations for sizes you want to use.

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    2. I will be adding larger sizes :) I want to knit them first to check out the extra rows in height that will be needed as well as the extra stitches. You need to get the length of the sole right as well as the height. :) M x

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  8. quick question when you say we can sell what we make but not copy your patterns you mean don't make copies of the pattern itself to sell or give away right?

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    1. Hi Darcy - you can print or copy patterns for your own personal use - but it is illegal to copy patterns for friends - or to sell patterns - or copy them on to another site or group. If you like a pattern and want to share it with others you must give them a link to the blog where they will find the instructions. :) M x

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  9. These look so cute, I make baby hats for local hospital here. These would be nice to go along with my hats. Thank you for the pattern

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    1. Happy Knitting ......... x

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    2. Is there any chance you could design a matching hat for the boots? I have lost count of the number of pairs of boots I have made. They are very much in demand and I have been told many times they are the only one's that stay on!

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  10. Will you be making premature sizes as well, lovely pattern

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    1. Yes Ann - preemie sizes very soon x

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    2. Medium and large premature baby sizes now added Ann :)

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    3. I want this for adult sizes. These look great!!

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  11. Wow, they are so sweet, Marianna!! ♥ Many thanks for your efforts sharing this wonderful pattern :-).
    Happy weekend! Nata xxx

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  12. Printing now to take to a 3 hour test since I should be done with the shawl I currently have.

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  13. So stunning that I'm actually speechless - my hubby thanks you immensely :) Thank you so much for all your hard work, Marianna! I really love these as they're not something you see all the time, and they remind me of Uggs too :)

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  14. Hi can I copy this pattern and is there a charge - I'm happy to pay for it as I love the little boots

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  15. New knitter here - is S1 'slip 1"? thanks!! I've a list of babies to make these for! lol

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  16. Woke up far too early and needed to fill a couple of hours - your pattern was perfect and one pair of boots on the way to my granddaughter - Thank you x

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  17. These are so gorgeous! You really are an absolute genius! I don't know how you do it. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

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  18. Thank you for the darling pattern! I'm going to do some duplicate stitch flowers on them for my newest grandbaby. I appreciate the stitch counts to make sure I am on track when I am multitasking!!!

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    1. Perhaps you can tell me - does the S1 mean "slip one"? (thanks!! and Congrats on the new grandbaby!!)

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    2. yes Mary S1 means to slip one.

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  19. I wonder if the medium preemie could be used for American Girl dolls.

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  20. Thank you so much for these Hug Boot patterns, I knit for destitute and AIDS babies here in South Africa and these will go down a treat, especially the preemie size as they are very much in demand here. I really appreciate you making your patterns available.

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  21. Will you please tell me what the abbreviation kfb means?

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  22. Just finished my first (of many more pairs) of these adorable booties! They knit up quickly and easily and your pattern is so easy to follow. THANK YOU for sharing!

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  23. Love this pattern. Look forward to the bigger sizes
    Thankyou for sharing

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  24. Love this pattern. Look forward to the bigger sizes
    Thankyou for sharing

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    1. And... Never mind. My phone made it look like rows 1 and 2 were combined.

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  26. Fantastic pattern! I would like to look at adapting it to fit bigger children's feet (2-6 yr olds), with the possibility of putting in or on a hard sole. Would this be ok?
    Cheers,
    Sue ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ

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  27. my first ever knit and I managed it... almost, got a bit stuck on what knit 2 together tbl meant but they turned out good, nice pattern ty x

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  28. I believe kfb means knit from back. However, I was taught to knit from the back and it's the only way I know how to knit. What do I do when the pattern calls for kfb stitches?

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    1. Knit into front of stitch, don't take off needle, knit into back of stitch then take off needles. Look up, tons of videos and tutorials on the web.

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  29. Hi, great pattern, just wondering what ply yarn you use. Baby 3ply?

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    1. DK is double knitting yarn so twice 4 ply or 8 ply.

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  30. Would love to have it in adult sizes,small, medium , large for ladies :)

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  31. Love this pattern. Have made three pairs and I would love adult sizes please. Because I want a pair!

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  32. me encanta sus modelos de botitas para bebe. Soy nueva en tejer y no entiendo mucho las abreviaturas
    estoy tejiendo par 6 meses. monto 38 puntos y en la primera fila dice
    K1, kfb, K15, kfb)twice ,k2. despuรฉs de esta fila dice que hay que tener 42 puntos. y no me sale

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    1. well I suppose it should be K1, kfb, K17, kfb) twice, k2...
      it seems normal to arrive at 42 since you increase 2 stitches twice.

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  33. Thank you for the pattern!!
    Shall I translate it for you in French? Might gain some more visitors... I could also draw it...
    I am expecting my baby any day so I stay home now...

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  34. Thankyou so much these look so cute on my grandson :-D

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  35. I don't understand your abbreviations sorry, only in Spanish do you have a chart where I can see what they mean or a video with the tutorial? Thanks! Im in Mexico and its different... something like P1s =purl
    one stitch or whatever?
    Yo no entiendo las abreviaciones sin el charter para saber que quiere decir que??? Gracias...

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  36. When you put in twice doesn't that mean to knit the previous first row, I ended up with 46 st., not 42

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  37. While I've been a machine knitter for many years, I'm a fairly new hand knitter. I understand most of your abbreviations, but tbl has me stumped. Could you please clarify it for me? My niece is due in mid October and I would really love to make a pair of these booties for her new baby.
    Thanks,
    Sharon

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    1. https://mariannaslazydaisydays.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html

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  38. Do you have it on YouTube as a video... this video would be so cool. I cant follow instructions very well. I'm Mexican and don't understand the abbreviations.
    Thank you so much.
    Marisa.

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  39. Do you have it on YouTube as a video... this video would be so cool. I cant follow instructions very well. I'm Mexican and don't understand the abbreviations.
    Thank you so much.
    Marisa.

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  40. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work and for figuring out the different sizes! These are just adorable, I'm a newborn photographer and am planning on making these as gifts for my clients. Thank you!

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  42. Thank you so much for your lovely booties!! I made 2 pairs and can't stop making them. My friend is hooked also - she loved them on first sight and asked me to translate the pattern.

    I will translate one in French and German and then send it to you or post here. Is that ok?

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  43. I love the pattern could you please tell me how I should stitch them together so they look perfect.

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  44. I love the booties and have made a pair but I really do not know how to seam them could you please give me the method you use for seaming. Thank you.

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    1. I always sew the sole up first then starting from the top of the ribbing I then sew the rest up

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  45. Beautiful and a great way to use up spare wool thank you

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  46. Hi Marianna! These are adorable, I'm working on my first pair now. Any chance you will post directions for adult size? I would love a pair for myself!

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  47. Beautiful and a great way to use up spare wool thank you

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  48. Thank you for your adorable and great pattern for Baby Hug Boots. I made it for my nephew's new born baby. It looks great and very adorable! Thanks again for your nice blog page.

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  49. Thank you for your patterns. I have recently become a great grandmother to prem twins and felt the need to knit. I was never a great knitter and never can learn circular needles. Thanks again keep up the good work x

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  50. Thank you for your patterns. I have recently become a great grandmother to prem twins and felt the need to knit. I was never a great knitter and never can learn circular needles. Thanks again keep up the good work x

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  51. Thank you for your patterns I love them all.I will knit them for my new granddaughter.x

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  52. The last two rows 25-26 ,do I repeat 8 more times each?

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  53. I love this pattern, especially because you use 2 needles. I have been knitting baby socks on 2 needles, so now I can make boots.

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  54. Can you help adjust these for toddler size 10 show?

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  55. These are so sweet. Marianna, thank you for sharing this pattern and your others. You are generous and kind-hearted. - Deb

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  56. is this knit in the round or flat? Not sure how to tell from patterns.. I want to try to magic loop it...

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  57. Love the pattern. Thank you x

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  58. Hi I'm Heather n I just love theses patterns. I've already done the hat and now ready to do the booties to match but I don't know what the abbreviation tbl means. Could you explain for me please? Big big fan of both the hat n booties n can't wait to get going knitting the booties. Thank u. Xx

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  59. Hi. It would be great if you could include a glossary of terms at the start of your patterns to explain what all the abbreviations mean. I can see from the above that kfb means knit through the front and back of the stitch, but could you please let us know what tbl means (through back of the loop)? I notice that someone else has asked this, but cannot see a reply. Thank you.

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    1. KFB = Knit Front Back (This is an increase)
      TBL = Through Back Loop
      K2tog = K 2 stitches together (This is a decrease)
      K = Knit
      P = Purl

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  60. If i wanted to make larger size, i would just use larger needles and yarn that works with larger needles. Ive done this with sweaters for babies.

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  61. Sincere thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern. Thank you ๐Ÿ’–

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  62. Have you made these in any adult sizes yet? I'd be very interested in making them for my adult daughter.

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