The beauty of knitted cables meets the simplicity and comfort of your crochet hook in these ultra cozy long boots. No knitting required though, you'll be able to achieve this great look with just your good old crochet hook.
An intermediate crocheter or even a dedicated beginner will master this stitch in no time at all. This is a fun set to work that will impress without stress.
The pattern includes a PHOTO TUTORIAL with many pictures showing the pattern in more details.
Small: US size 5 - 6 (9 inch sole)
Medium: US size 7 - 8 (9 1/2 inch sole)
Large: US size 9 - 10 (10 inch sole)
MATERIALS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT:
* Hook size - G (4.00 mm)
* Yarn weight - Worsted (Medium 4) yarn in two colors (one for sole, one for boot)
* Yarn amount - Approx. 900 yards
* 12 size 3/4" (20 mm) buttons
Yarn brand and colorway located in PDF pattern
Pattern is written in US crochet terms.
This pattern gives you PERMISSION TO SELL your finished items. It is appreciated if you credit the design to Bonita Patterns and list the shop link: www.BonitaPatterns.com
Text and images Copyright (c)2013 by Bonita Patterns & Lianka Azulay, all rights reserved. No pattern may be reproduced or distributed mechanically, electronically, or by any other means, including photocopying, without written permission. Finished products created with this pattern may be used for commercial sale.
Lianka Azulay, born in Brazil, picked up her first crochet hook at age 7, and hasn't put it down since. She specializes in the research and use of unique stitch patterns in her designs to bring ...
Lianka Azulay, born in Brazil, picked up her first crochet hook at age 7, and hasn't put it down since. She specializes in the research and use of unique stitch patterns in her designs to bring fashionable and contemporary style to crocheted pieces. Her first collection of patterns, "Crocodile Stitch Fashions," was published by Annie's Attic and quickly became the #1 best-seller in the publisher's catalog. The huge success of her pattern collection touched off a trend, and the Crocodile Stitch became one of the hottest crochet techniques in crochet today. (Crochet Magazine).View all patterns by designer (61) »