Austin Boot Liners & Mitts

from Pam Powers Knits

Austin Boot Liners & Mitts Pattern

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Knitting: Austin Boot Liners & Mitts
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, decrease, increase, circular knitting

Pattern Description:

These cozy boot liners have a sideways-knit ruched cuff and an adorable lace placket with buttons. Instructions included for tall tapered and short non-shaped boot liners to accommodate a variety of different styles of boots. The long, ruched fingerless mitts also have a decorative lace placket with buttons.

Gauge:

32 sts and 44 rnds = 4" (10 cm) in St st st, using larger dpns, blocked.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Tall Boot Liners: 14? / 35.5 cm tall by 11 (12, 13 1/2, 15, 16)" / 28 (30.5, 34.5, 38, 40.5) cm top circumference
  • Short Boot Liners: 8? / 20.5 cm tall by 8 (9, 10, 11)" / 20.5 (23, 25.5, 28) cm top circumference
  • Mitts: 11? / 28 cm tall by 7? / 18 cm top circumference

Materials:

  • US size 2 (2.75 mm) double-pointed needles
  • US size 1 (2.25 mm) double-pointed needles

You Will Also Need:

  • Small crochet hook (for Provisional Cast On), stitch markers; stitch holders; tapestry needle; 1/4? buttons: 8 for Short Boot Liners, 10 for Tall Boot Liners, 20 for Mitts

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Anzula Squishy

Colorway:

Natural, Clay, Seaside

About Designer

About Designer

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Pam Powers is a freelance knitwear designer living in sunny Orange County, California with her wonderful husband and two lovely children. Her designs have appeared in Interweave Knits, Twist Collective, Belle Armoire and Apronology. Visit her blog at PamPowersKnits.com or on Facebook @PamPowersKnits.

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