Crocodile Stitch Boots

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Crocodile Stitch Boots
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Technique - Crochet

Adorable boots include sizes from infant and child to adult!

You’ll enjoy walking around the house in these comfy boots! Pattern includes the following sizes: Infant's 0-6 (6-12) mos; Child's 5-7 (8-10, 11-13); Adult's 6-7 (8-9, 10). The infant boots are made using a fingering-weight yarn and the child and adult sizes are made using worsted-weight yarn.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

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Recommended Yarn
Crystal Palace Yarns Sausalito
    Baby Booties
  • Sizes: 0-6MO(6-12MO)
  • Yarn Amounts: 1 skein each size or 200 yds of any fingering-weight yarn
Bernat Mosaic
    Childs
  • Sizes: 5-7(8, 11-13)
  • Yarn Amounts: 2 skeins for each size or 300 yds of any worsted-weight yarn
Plymouth Yarn Encore Worsted
    Adult
  • Sizes: 6-7(8-9, 10)
  • Yarn Amounts: 3 skeins each size or 501 yds of any worsted-weight yarn
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Customer Reviews for Crocodile Stitch Boots:

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4.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 17 customers.)

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April 20, 2014
Nancy C
I love making these cute booties! I am however having a hard time knowing where to start the Cuff. Do you have a Tutorial video for this?
March 13, 2014
Lucinda B
I love this!! Made many, many pairs for family. My little sister wore hers out so I am going to figure out how to put a solid sole on them! Any suggestions?
March 1, 2014
Evelyn S
I've made several of these in the baby size with the hdc stitches. I discovered that only 3 rows of crocodile stich leg part makes a nice (but shorter) top for wear when you don't want the "boot" look. Keep in mind that these are very "thick" because of the type of stitch used, and are best for really cold weather, as opposed to summer wear. The thickness makes them look bigger than they really are. For those of you having trouble with stitch count ... I suggest you use stitch markers at the beginning of each row on the crocodile stitch rows. That worked for me. Sometimes that first stitch gets so tight it gets "lost" when you come back to drop another stitch into it at the end of the next row. It can really throw your count of if you don't stay on top of it.
February 21, 2014
Elizabeth L
I keep losing stitches when I make the body. I've made several pair so I sorta know what I'm doing. I can make a round, have the correct stitches then when I do the next round I'm off. What do I count. The loops at the top or the posts. The rest of the pattern I have no problem with. Just the body.
Annie's Customer Service

Elizabeth - Marj has contacted you and is waiting to hear more. Please let her know if you are still having trouble.
February 15, 2014
L B
My question is how long will you have the video technique available to the public. These are gorgeous! I want to purchase this, and I remember the basics but when you get to the place of finding what V-stitch to go into, the video would prove very helpful. Thank you.

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