When you put these boot cuffs on, your boots will instantly get a textured wintery look. Plus, the cuffs will create an extra layer of warmth to protect your feet from getting cold.
The kit includes all supplies and tools you would need to make the pair of boot cuffs shown in the photo. Besides, it has a video course with a complete knit along that will guide you through every step of creating your own Santa Boot Cuffs. You will get instructions on how to access the video online from any mobile device or computer.
Kits in French have label and pattern in French, as well as French subtitles to the video course.
With the video course you’ll see every stitch up-close, in vivid colour and high definition. The course is created with an absolute beginner knitter in mind (and that is someone who’s never ever knit before), and is packed with useful tips on how to avoid mistakes, how to fix them if they happen, and how to make your knitting experience most pleasant and fun. All instructions are clear, slow and repeated several times.
You will learn how to cast on, knit and purl both in left-handed and right-handed way, bind off stitches, make a seam and weave in ends. You don’t need to have any prior knitting experience to work on this project. Santa Boot Cuffs make a perfect first project to help you learn the basics of knitting.
The kit is packed in a stylish gift box with handles. The box also serves as a project bag to make it easy for you to knit on the go.
SIZE OF THE BOOT CUFFS
Small, Medium, Large
Circumference (slightly stretched) – 30 (35, 40)cm / 12 (14, 16)”
Length – 12cm / 5″ for all sizes
1 ball of Knitca Woolly Warmth yarn, 100% pure wool
6mm (US10) bamboo needles
easy-to-follow illustrated knitting pattern
instructions on how to access video course online
SIZE OF THE BOX
19 x 18 x 8cm (8 x 7.5 x 3”)
Santa Boot Cuffs kit is available in any colour of Woolly Warmth yarn:
If you already have the supplies, and only need to learn how to make these boot cuffs, you can get the pattern with video course separately. It is important to use the yarn recommended in the pattern, if you want your project to look exactly the same as the one in the photo.