Cosy Adult Slipper Button Crochet Boots

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Cosy Adult Slipper Button Crochet Boots Pattern

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Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women, Men

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You will need to know the basics of crochet including chains, double crochet and treble stitche

Pattern Description:

This listing is for an INSTANT DOWNLOAD PDF CROCHET PATTERN of Adult Crochet Slipper Button Boots.

Who could resist these amazingly cute slipper button boots?!

Made with the lightweight chunky King Cole yarn they are just the thing for keeping toes warm. They slip comfortably over the ankle with a button fastening so perfect for padding about the house or snuggling up by the fire.

A great craft project - they go down a treat as gifts or why not treat yourself to a pair?!

The pattern includes 3 sizes: small, medium and large.

Crochet Skill Level - Beginner

PLEASE NOTE: The pattern is in UK crochet terms including a key and material section.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 sizes to fit small, medium and large

Materials:

  • 200g King Cole Magnum Lightweight Chunky (25% wool, 75% acrylic)
  • 6mm crochet hook Tapestry needle 2 buttons, 4cm diameter

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

King Cole Magnum

Colorway:

Cream

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Welcome to HanJan Crafts

A few years ago I had an operation on my knee and couldn't go very far for 6 weeks so my Mum taught me to crochet and now I simply can't stop. It's gone from making gifts for friends to designing my own patterns and now I sell both my handmade items and patterns for others to share in their joy.

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