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This listing is for the PDF KNITTING PATTERN to make the Ankle Warmers shown.
These adorable knit boot cuffs will allow you to keep your ankles warm while adding some rustic style to your wardrobe. They are versatile as well, making a great boot topper! The cuffs feature a basket weave style design that is easy and fun to make. They will make a wonderful addition to your fall and winter wardrobe.
1. Size US 6 & 7 (4.25mm & 4.5mm) 6" to 9" circular knitting needles
2. 2 oz Sock Yarn
3. Tapestry Needle
4. Row Counter
This listing is for the PDF pattern tutorial to make these boot covers, which will be available for INSTANT DOWNLOAD after purchase. The download location will be sent via email following payment. The download will also be accessible from your Etsy purchase history page.
In the tutorial, I will walk you through how to make these. The knitting skill level required to make these is easy, though it is knit in the round. The pattern will be readable with Adobe Reader. You can download the reader for free from the adobe website (adobe.com).
This pattern is for personal use and may not be replicated or distributed. You may print a personal copy only. This pattern may not be resold, though items made from this pattern may be sold.
Check out the yarn bowls in my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheMudPlace?section_id=10036584&ref=shopsection_leftnav_5
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Sales Tax: Florida sales tax of 6.5% for FL residents.
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Natural variations in glaze color and form are what will make your piece(s) unique, and are not considered defects.
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(Cobalt) Blue – Medium to high gloss. Ranges from a dark navy to a sky blue. Sometimes has a brown to orange speckle in it. Food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Green – Medium to high gloss. Ranges from teal green to a sunny sage green. Sometimes has blue speckles. Food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Iron Red – Medium gloss. Ranges from a rust-red brick to brown/black. Sometimes has multi-colored speckles and may show brown/black speckles over design. Food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Gloss Black - High Gloss black. Looks great on curvy forms. Layers nicely with all other glazes for intricate speckling and interesting glazed pots. Not a good choice for textural highlights. Food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Honeyed Ginger: A warm ginger color that breaks over texture with a warm dark honey color. Great on texture. Mixes best with iron red glaze.
Deep Wood Moss - Deep Brown-Green color. Picks up texture well. Very glossy. Food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Brown/Bronze (combination color made from a combination of overlapping glaze colors) – Ranges in a brownish/bronze color. Sometimes has blue/green or orange/brown speckles. Food safe, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Oiled Mahogany – Rich iron red glaze complemented by the gloss black glaze. Overlapping colors produce a speckled black and brick color.
Twilight – Glossy black accented by a cobalt blue. Overlapping colors produce a more intense blue.
Midnight Rain – High gloss black set off with green glaze. Overlapping colors creates a high gloss speckle pattern that starts dark blue and fades into a creamy green.
Tuscan Sunset – A semi- gloss brick red color that has orange, black and brown tones accented by a rich glossy tan to light brown rim.