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Crocodile Tears Bootcuffs / Boot Toppers


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Pattern is for adult/teen sized boot cuffs - can be adjusted within a couple of inches. Instructions for sizing included in pattern. This crochet pattern is an advanced pattern. Skills you'll need: chain stitch single crochet working into back loops double crochet working around post stitches reading us crochet abbreviations Picture tutorial and brief video tutorial included for the crocodile tear part of the cuffs. You'll need worsted weight yarn and a crochet hook US Size I for this pattern. YES, you CAN sell items made from this pattern. I would love it if you linked back to my listing to give me credit for the design. :) BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Chain Slip stitch single crochet double crochet work in back loops Read US crochet abbreviations SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Teen, Adult SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn or Vanna's Choice by Lion Brand COLORWAY Ivory

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  • Crochet hook, US Size I
  • Yarn needle
  • Worsted weight yarn

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Basics: 30-something mom of 3. Psychology student. Knitting and crocheting to pay tuition as I work my way towards a Master's degree in counseling. I started crocheting as a kid, using my mom's leftover ugly brown yarns. (Hey - it was a hangover from the 70's when ugly browns and oranges were all the rage). I picked it up again in my early 20's when I needed something to do to distract me from exams and morning sickness. And I haven't put the hooks or needles down since. I began designing my own patterns in 2009 when my husband lost his job and I decided to put my skills to use. I started selling pieces I'd crocheted on Etsy, but felt bad that I was profiting off of other designers' hard work. So, I set my hand to designing on my own - and it was more fun and fulfilling than I thought it would be. My designs are usually inspired by sleepless nights, a little bit of coffee, and trips to the local Hobby Lobby, where I may or may not be guilty of fondling the yarn. Favorite yarns: Cotton blends, wool blends, and vibrant colors. For the latest updates on what's new and in the works, FOLLOW ME: Instagram: Pinterest: