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Knit Washed Denim Bee Hive Boot Cuffs


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Boot Cuffs are very stylish today and why not make your own pair. I wanted to design unique styles that are classy and will compliment any wardrobe. You have the ability to choose the color and then make them in a flash. These excellent boot cuffs were designed with a simple knit pattern and Washed Denim color yarn. They are perfect to dress up any pair of boots you have. I wear them with my Uggs shown in the picture, but they also look great on top of a tall boot or even over a nice pair of heels. They add warmth without sacrificing style. This pattern is simple to follow and has every instruction you need to complete your own pair. As always I am available for comment, complaint and any questions you may have in purchasing any of may patterns. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit, Purl, Slipped Stitches, Knitting in The Round GAUGE 16 stitches by 16 rows = 4" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6 1/2" tall by 13" around SUGGESTED YARN 2.5 ounces of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN I Love This Yarn (Hobby Lobby Brand) COLORWAY Washed Denim

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I am a knitter and a crocheter for 20+ years and I have this addiction to yarn that my fiance teases me about all the time. I have been designing patterns for a couple of years and love to share my ideas. I take great care in creating and writting my patterns as I know all to well what it is like getting half way through a pattern and the instructions are wrong. This was the insperation for me to start creating my own designs. As a side note I own 5 alpaca and 1 llama and plan to open a fiber mill.