Brown Buttoned Leg Warmers


Brown Buttoned Leg Warmers


Step out in style wearing Brown Buttoned Leg Warmers. Don't feel like you can't wear a skirt during winter. Keep your legs warm with this easy crochet pattern. These would also make a great holiday gifts for everyone on your list. Add this winter wearable pattern to your list of projects to make this season. Brown is a great color for fall, but you can use any color yarn you prefer.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I have always had trouble keeping leg warmers up on my legs, they just keep sliding down to my ankles for some reason. These leg warmers are super cute and I love the button accents that it an elegant look. This is another one skein quick project that is very simple to make.

Last year a friend asked me to make a pair for her mom up north. When her sister up there saw them she wanted a pair, thn her daughter. It was like that snow ball rolling downhill. Thus year I learned. I have two pair made up and in my Christmas box in the closet. I will be ready this time.

I love the design for these, but to be honest I don't think i could pull off leg warmers.Although, in the winter when I have to stand outside in the freezing cold waiting for the bus I always wish I had a pair on, so maybe I'll make some to wear underneath on days like that. But, I really want to make a pair for my daughter, as she can honestly pull of any style and these would help keep her legs extra warm.

This is such a practical gift idea. Or, make a pair for yourself! The shell detail and buttons really set them off as unique. My sister would appreciate this kind of accessory as shes very much into fashion. I had to laugh when I saw the accompanying photos. If its cold enough for leg warmers, its probably not a good idea to wear open-toed sandals.

Made two pairs already for my daughter and she loves them. I crocheted them together and then did the scallop edge. Kept going with the same wool and made matching hats and neck warmers. This is an easy pattern that works up quickly. Thanks for sharing.

I made these for my granddaughter last year for Christmas and she loved them. I just put the sides together inside out and crocheted the edges together. Then I put a button in the middle shell. It would look cute to put small buttons in each shell also. I, too, had to figure out how to put them together; however, I have been crochet a long time and just decided to do it my way. Lots of luck with these...very simple to do. :)

crocheting a long time. Sorry, my fingers got away from me! :) When I said "inside out" I meant I put the insides together, then crocheted them together and turned them right side out. Hope I didn't confuse anyone. Happy crocheting!

You can find the pattern here: There are no instructions on how to stitch them up when done but will try to make some for a friend of mine and have a go at sewing them closed.

Love the leg Warner's. But I'm having a problem sewing the together. Any suggestions?

love them !!

The page takes ages to load for me - at first it's blank, then slowly fills in - you may have to be pretty patient and try again, especially if, like me, you have a slow internet connection. :-)

the pattern won't come up. it just goes to a blank page. these are so cute. i really would like the pattern. maybe someone could copy it into this comment section. :)

I just finished the first leg of a pair, and realized there is no instruction on how she joined her sides together at the end. The instructions stop at the 'shells' that run down the edge. Also no instructions on how she attached the buttons. I have just enough knowledge that I'm sure I'll figure it out on my own, but it does seem odd not to include those. If the 2nd turns out as nicely as the first, these will be an additional gift for my best friend.

The blogsite just said that you stitch it together and the buttons are just decorative. 1 placed in 3 shells or as many buttons as you want or even none. Anyway, the blogsite has some close-ups of the final design too. I'm going to be making these for my daughters for Christmas - too simple not to do! :-)

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