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Boots with the Fur
Boots with the Fur

"How cute are these boots? They are made using Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Yarn and N 9.00mm Crochet Hook. You can use any super bulky yarn that you have on hand for this project and each boot takes a skein! The Fur cuff is created by cutting strands of yarn and attaching them around the cuff and brushing them out! These boots are super comfortable and so quick and easy to make!"

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Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook, N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished SizeWomens US Shoe Size 5/6 (7/8, 9/10)

Materials List

  • Super Bulky Yarn
  • N 9.00mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Fine Toothed Comb
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Shawty got low low low low low low low low. Sorry, the title got me, ha ha. These are cute slippers. The thick yarn and 9 mm hook will make them quick to make. The fringe fur around the top will be time consuming, but worth it. My only worry is whether or not they will fall apart in the wash.

You could really make these look like a million bucks! You can make your own soles to the bottom and not spend an arm and a leg by drawing a template. Cut out the shape with your choice of remnant faux leather from fabric store. Use large upholstery needle to sew on! The booties look equally impressive even without brushing out the yarn to make the fur.

Oh yes I have to make these Boots with the Fur. I like the idea of using the 'old fashion' way of making the fur. I have saved this one and will be trying to make them, I hope they come out like the picture. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

Oh my goodness, these are so super cute! And they look really warm and cozy. One of my problems is that I have hardwood floors and I am a quick walker so I am a bit of a hazard in crochet slippers. There must be some way to do something, put something? on the bottom to keep them from sliding but not so much that I'm stuck in place! Any ideas on how to solve this would be awesome. Thanks!

The Hobby Lobby near me sells suede soles specifically for attaching to your handmade slippers. They already have the holes around the edges so you can whip stitch or crochet them onto your finished slippers. They are about $11 or $12 but you can always use the 40% off coupon. And they come in several sizes. I'm sure these are available elsewhere and online. I've also heard of people spraying the bottoms with Plasti-Dip from the hardware dept. Haven't tried it so don't know how well it works. Another idea I've heard but not tried is to paint some squiggly lines with puff paint. When you heat it it expands and becomes kind of spongy.

Lisa, thank you so much for the helpful info! I am in Canada so no Hobby Lobby here (wish we did!) but I am sure that I can find those soles. Probably at the fabric store that I go to. I like the puff paint idea, inexpensive and easy. I can try it first on an abandon project just to see how it works on the yarn. Thanks again!

There aren't any Hobby Lobby stores around me either but we're supposed to be getting one before the end of next year. I've only been in the store once while on vacation many years ago so I have no idea what they even stock. Thanks also for the tip about the suede soles--I will definitely keep my eye out for those when our store finally opens.

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