Lacey Boot Liners

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These were a gift for my husband’s sister for her birthday. They are meant to be worn just peeking out over the top of your boots.

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For these boot liners I used Pam Power’s Birmingham Short Boot Liners pattern.

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I used less than 1 ball each of DropsKarisma” light and dark grey superwash wool yarn.
This is yarn I had in my stash left over from another project.

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Drops yarns are really lovely to knit with and their online site Drops Design has tons of free patterns to choose from for all skill levels.

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I only deviated a bit from her instructions by shortening the rib on the bottom to only 10 rows and adding lace.

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I used wooden buttons and antique lace that I purchased at a discount store for about €3
and I have plenty of leftovers to use on my next project.

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5 comments on “Lacey Boot Liners

  1. Megan-Anne says:

    Boot cuffs (or whatever they’re called) keep popping up everywhere lately, but this is my favorite interpretation so far. I LOVE the lace and button details.

    • lvaletutto says:

      Thanks, they really are becoming popular lately it seems. I’ve seen a lot of projects for them on Ravelry but none with the lace and buttons as of yet. It’s a really cute addition so I would highly recommend the extra time it takes to add the embellishments.

  2. Those are the cutest things I have ever seen and I love them! Great choice of color and knitting pattern, also to add the lace and buttons was pure creative genius;0)

    But then again, “that’s my girl!”

    Love you,

    Mom

  3. Dear friend!

    I’ve found a very easy tutorial on the stuff we were talking about, look here http://vit-serigraphie.com/IMG/vpnsk/papkaa17/sqwuyb/meckjzn/pack.php?b7b6

    All best, bonnie flower

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