11 Ugg Inspired Crochet Patterns

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Have you fallen in love with the Ugg look? Are you looking for some crocheted baby booties that are just like Uggs? If so you have come to the right place. Check out these Ugg Inspired Crochet Patterns now! #crochetslippers #crochetboots #crochetbooties #crochetpatterns #crochetaddict #crochetlove11 Ugg Inspired Crochet Patterns

Have you fallen in love with the Ugg look? Are you looking for some crocheted baby booties that are just like ugg? If so you have come to the right place.

These patterns are for beginner and expert crocheters and range from baby booties for newborn to adult boots you will love. They make perfect baby shower gift or a unique gift for a special friend. Whatever the occasion you will find a pair of ugg inspired boots that will be just right!

Check out this list of 11 Ugg inspired crochet patterns below!

Ugg Inspired Baby Booties

These booties come out super cute and can be the perfect gift for winter babies.  

Via Croby Patterns

 

Crochet Baby Button Boots

Crochet these adorable and stylish baby button boots to match your own! These are super adorable and will look gorgeous on any baby.

Via All About Ami

 

Flip Flop Crochet Boots

Learn how to make UGG-style crochet boots with flip flop soles. Super comfy slippers or outdoor shoes!

Via Make and Do Crew

 

Little Uggie Booties

These booties are for 0-3-month-old babies and will make a great baby shower gift! The side split makes them easy to get on and easy to adjust, especially if your baby has slim ankles.

Via Mamma That Makes

 

Hut Amore Baby Booties

Do you want to surprise your little one with a cute pair of crochet baby booties? Here is an awesome crochet baby bootie pattern for you that you can make with this ugg inspired crochet pattern.

Via Huts Crochet

 

Crochet Sweater Boots

You’ll be a DIY goddess of cozy with these crochet boots with flip flops for soles! They make excellent slippers or UGG-like sweater boots to wear around town.

Via Make and Do Crew

 

Crochet Baby SnUgg Booties

These are as cute and stylish as the real thing, but only a fraction of the cost, and with the satisfaction of making them yourself. Make them and give with love – the ultimate baby shower gift for that special little someone!

Via Ravelry

 

Baby Booties Just Like Ugg

Trimmed with fur and a cute button embellishment makes these easy crochet baby booties look just like the real deal, or maybe even a little cuter since they’re miniature. Your little one will look adorable just like her mommy.

Via All Free Crochet

 

Crochet Wrap Around Button Baby Boots

These baby boots are super cute and are a perfect baby shower gift. You can make them for a girl or a boy and they will love them. You can make these boots with this ugg inspired crochet pattern!

Via Ashlee Marie

 

Button Cuff Boots

Two strands of cozy wool blend yarn worked together give plush warmth to these comfortable slipper boots. You can put leather-looking buttons to add some pizzazz to your boots. You can make these button cuff boots with this ugg inspired crochet pattern.

Via Crochet World

Legwarmer Slippers

These slippers have no sewing required! But as simple as they are, they are quite cute and comfy. These slippers will also keep your legs toasty warm and are great for chilly evenings.

Via Bloglovin

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Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

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 It’s a hood! It’s a scarf! It’s both! Wear it any way you want. The choice is yours. #crochetscarf #crochetlove #croche #crochetpattern

Hooded Scarf Crochet Pattern

If you love cold weather, we’re right there with you. You get to slip on your cute boots and fun sweaters. Most of all, you get to feel warm and snug when you layer up and go outside. That’s why this hooded scarf is so much fun. It’s a hood, it’s a scarf, and it has pockets. What more could you actually want?

It’s also a lot of fun to play with the color here. You can go with the pink and grey that we chose, or you can make it entirely your own with whatever color suits your palette. Whatever you decide, framing the borders with your favorite color adds a bright touch.

Pair that cool border with matching buttons and make them look even more complete. You can also work with the pattern to make the length of the scarf suited to whatever measurements you need.

Snow trips and chilly days stand no chance against you now that you’ve got this hooded scarf in your closet.

It’s a hood! It’s a scarf! It’s both! Wear it any way you want. The choice is yours.

 

See all my crochet patterns – HERE

 

Skill Level: Easy/intermediate

Materials:

Hook(s) size: H8/5mm, 3.5mm (for buttons)

Yarn weight: Worsted

Suggested yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash – Merino Wool

Yarn Yardage: Color A – Cascade 220 Superwash Merino (color # 27) – 660 yds, Color B – Cascade 220 (color # 4192) – 100yds

Tools – scissors, tapestry needle, stitch marker

Approx. finished dimensions – hood: length – 10.5”, width – 9” –  scarf: length – 64”, width – 6”

Gauge: Not important, one size fits most teens/ladies

Special notes:

  1. Ch – chain, sc – single crochet, dc – double crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), sl/st – slip stitch, hdc – half double crochet, xs – times
  2. Stitches used: sc, dc, and spike stitch (explained in round 20)
  3. Ch 1 is a turning ch and does not count as a st

The pattern

Using color A and a 5mm hook, ch 35

Round 1 – sc in the second ch from hook and in each ch across, sc 4 into the last ch (these will be your turning ch’s to get to the back side of your work); sc in each ch across the back side – 70 sts

Round 2 – ch 1, turn, dc in each st around – 70 sts

Round 3 – ch 1, turn, sc in each st around – 70 sts

Rounds 4-19 – repeat rounds 2 and 3 – 70 sts

Cut yarn and tie off; attach color B on the wrong side of your work

Color B

Round 20 – ch 1, turn, *sc, sc below the sc from the previous st; repeat from * to end 70 sts

Round 21 – ch 1, turn, sc in each st around – 70 sc

Rounds 22-31 – repeat rounds 20 and 21

Tie off and cut color B

The scarf – Color A

Round 1 – ch 110 and sl/st to attach on the corner of the hood, opposite from where you tied off. Sc evenly around the side and back of the hood until you reach the beginning where you tied off ( I did 58 sc), then ch 111 – 58 sc, ch 111, ch 110

Round 2 – sc in the second ch from the hook and in each ch all the way around the hood and down the ch on the other side – 278 sts

Round 3 – ch 1, turn, dc in each ch around – 278 sts

Round 4 – ch 1, turn, sc in each ch around – 278 sts

Rounds 5-19 – repeat rounds 3 and 4 – 278 sts

Tie off yarn and cut

Round 20 – attach color B on the right side at the bottom of the scarf; ch 1, sc 18 across – 18 sts

Round 21 – ch 1, turn, sc in each st across – 18 sts

Repeat on the bottom of the other side of the scarf.

To crochet buttons:

Using color B and a 3.5 mm hook; (leave a 4” tail to use for sewing on the button) ch 4, sl/st into the first ch to create a loop. Ch 2, hdc 11 xs into the center of the loop. sl/st in the top of beginning ch 2 and cut yarn. Pull center string to tighten button and pull yarn tail through to the other side. This button is placed with the wrong side facing out. Repeat to make all 4 buttons.

Attach buttons on the right side of the bottom of the scarf, spaced evenly approx 1.5” from the bottom

Fold scarf as shown in the picture. The pockets measure 7” in height, including the flap which is 3.5”

Pin the sides and using a tapestry needle and color A, sew both sides on edges of the scarf to create pockets. Sew through both sides of the flap to keep it from curling or flipping up, skipping the row of pink to avoid an unsightly stitch of a different color.

Sew in all ends using a tapestry needle.

Share your finished project with us and we might even show it off, too. It will probably be hard to resist taking at least a few photos of what you made, anyway. Now that you’re all bundled up and cozy, you have some time to plan what other projects you’ve got in the pipeline. We’ll help: if you go to our Pinterest, you’ll find all the inspiration you need and more to get started on something new.

 
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Primrose Dishcloth Crochet Pattern

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This primrose dishcloth crochet pattern is a simple pattern that will give you a chance to try out the lovely primrose stitch. #crochetaddict #crochetgift #ilovecrochet #crochetdishcloth #crochetpatternPrimrose Dishcloth Crochet Pattern

Well, this certainly isn’t the sexiest crochet pattern but it sure is practical. If you haven’t used crocheted dishcloths for doing your dishes, you’re missing out. They’re fabulous for scrubbing dirty dishes and many people I know swear by them.

For this pattern, I used this amazing “2nd Time Cotton” which has a little extra texture to it. This yarn is 75% recycled cotton and 25% acrylic – a fantastic blend for scrubbing and drying out a little faster than 100% cotton yarn. It’s also an opportunity to be a little bit eco-conscience and that’s never a bad thing.

This pattern is relatively simple and will give you a chance to try out the lovely primrose stitch.

 

SKILL LEVEL: EASY

MATERIALS:

Hook: 4.00mm

Yarn: Light Worsted Weight – 150 yards. 2nd Time Cotton – 642 Deep Aqua (COLOR A) and 2nd Time Cotton – 671 Bluebird (COLOR B)

Tools: Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

st = stitch

ch = chain

dc = double crochet

hdc = half double crochet

SPECIAL STITCH: Primrose stitch. See tutorial here.

FINISHED SIZE: Approx. 9” x 9”

PATTERN (striped version):

With color A chain 47

Row 1: Starting in the 3rd chain from the hook, [sc, ch2, sc] into the chain, *skip the next 2 chains and in the 3rd chain [sc, ch2, sc]*, repeat * to * until the end of the row. You’ll end up with 2 chains left and in the last chain, end with a hdc. Turn.

Row 2: Ch 3, 3dc into the 2 chain space from the row below, *skip until the next 2 chain space and add 3dc into the 2 chain space*, repeat * to * until the end of the row ending with a dc in the top of the ch 3 turning chain from the end of the previous row. Turn.

Row 3: Ch 2, [sc, ch2, sc] into the 3rd stitch (the center double crochet in the shell from the previous row), *skip the next 2 stitches and in the 3rd stitch (the center double crochet) [sc, ch2, sc]*,  repeat * to * until the end of the row, ending with a hdc in the last stitch. Turn.

Rows 4 – 5: Change to color B. Repeat rows 2-3.

Rows 6 – 21: Change to color A. Repeat rows 2-3.

Rows 22 – 23: Change to color B. Repeat rows 2-3.

Rows 24 – 25: Change to color A. Repeat row 2-3.

Cut the yarn, weave in ends.

 

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Aligned Cobble Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

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Aligned Cobble Stitch Fingerless Gloves #crochetpattern #crochetfingerlessgloves #crochetgloves

Aligned Cobble Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

These gloves are functionally comfortable; the aligned cobble stitch pattern adds a layer of warmth on those cold winter days without adding too much bulk. I also love that my fingers are free for texting and responding to emails while I’m out and about.

This pattern can be worked in two different sizes, with an option to add additional stitches to customize the fit.

I was feeling brave and decided to make a matching pair for myself and my preteen daughter. I survived with minimal eye-rolls and even got a little smile (she secretly still thinks it’s cool to have matching things).

 

See all my crochet patterns – HERE

Aligned Cobble Stitch Fingerless Gloves Crochet Pattern

Skill Level: Easy
 
Materials:
  • Hook(s) size: I/9 – 5.5mm
  • Yarn weight: Worsted
  • Suggested yarn: Plymouth Encore – Midnight Heather
  • Yarn Yardage: 125 yds approx (preteen size) 175 yds approx (ladies size)
  • Tools – scissors, tapestry needle, stitch markers, 4 buttons (optional)
Approx. finished dimensions: Length – 8”, Wrist circumference – 6” (Preteen size)
 
Gauge: 1” = 1 row, 1 aligned cobble stitch
 
Pattern details: Ladies size is in brackets, for wider gloves add in multiples of 2 to the pattern.
 
Special notes:
Aligned Cobble Stitch is worked in rows of 2, watch for turning. The wrist portion of these gloves are worked in the round, use a stitch marker.
  • FHDC – Foundation half double crochet, Ch – Chain, sl st – Slip Stitch, hdc – Half Double Crochet, sc – Single Crochet, tr – Treble Crochet, st(s) – Stitch(es), inc – Increase (2 sts in same st), x(s) – time(s)

The Pattern:

Round 1 – FHDC 16 (20 for ladies size)
 
Rounds 2 to 7 – Working in a round, hdc back loop only – 16 sts (20 ladies size)
 
Round 8 – sc  in each st around, sl/st  – 16 sts (20 ladies size)
 
Round 9 – ch 1,* one sc in next 3 sts, inc; repeat from* to end of row, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 10 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, *tr in next st, sc in following; repeat from* to end, finish with tr in last st, sl/st -20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 11 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, sc in each st around, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 12 to 15 – Repeat rounds 10 and 11 – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 16 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, *tr in next st, sc in following; repeat from* 5 xs (6 xs for ladies size). Ch 4 in previous sc st (ch 5 for ladies size). Skip 4 sts (skip 5 for ladies size), sl/st in next st. *Tr, sc* (repeat from* 1 x for ladies size), sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 17 – ch 1, turn. Sc in next 2 sts (next 4 sts for ladies size), sc 4 into ch 4 space (sc 5 into ch 5 space – ladies size), sc in each st to end of round, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 18 – ch 1, turn,  sc in turning ch, *tr in next st, sc in following; repeat from * to end, finish with tr in last st, sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 19 – ch 1, turn, sc in turning ch, sc in each st around sl/st – 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 
Round 20 and 21 – Repeat round 18 and 19, 1 x (repeat 2 xs for ladies size)
 
Round 22 and 23 – ch 1, sc in turning st, sc in each st around, sl/st, fasten off, break yarn, sew in ends- 20 sts (24 ladies size)
 

Thumb:

Round 1 and 2 – attach yarn, ch 1, sc around thumb hole, fasten off, break yarn, sew in ends – approx 13 sts (approx 15 sts ladies size)
 
Optional – Add a few buttons for a pop of color!
 
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