How to make… welly warm­ers

Mollie Makes (US) - - BOOTILICIOUS! -

16 If you want, you can re­ar­range your stitches so they’re nice and even on your nee­dles. If you want to do this, it’s 16 stitches per nee­dle.

Cuff

17 Round 1: Work in K1, P1 around. 18 Round 2: Work in P1, K1 around. Th­ese two rounds make up seed stitch. Rep Rounds 1 and 2 for a to­tal of 10 rounds.

19 Bind off all stitches loosely – be care­ful: if you bind off your stitches too tightly, you won’t be able to fold the cuff over your boot. Cut the yarn, leav­ing a 6" tail, and se­cure the end. 20 Thread your 6" tail through a ta­pes­try nee­dle and tie off the end by pulling it through the next stitches and clos­ing up the small hole that’s left after your bind-off. Tie a dou­ble knot to make sure it stays se­cure. 21 Weave in the end by thread­ing your ta­pes­try nee­dle into 5-7 stitches down into the fab­ric of your cuff and pulling your yarn end through them. Cut off the re­main­ing yarn end. 22 Re­peat this process for the yarn tail left when you cast on at the other end of your welly warmer. 23 Flip down the welly warmer’s cuff over the ribbed leg sec­tion and at­tach a cute but­ton.

Make the other warmer in the pair and slide them onto your boots for su­per-co­zi­ness all win­ter long!

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