I've finished two pairs of boot cuffs. One for low boots, which can be a little smaller and one for tall boots, which must fit over the calf. They look pretty cute to me, though very straightforward. I think it would be easy for anyone to whip up her own pattern and crochet a set. I learned about them from Sarah and shared that a few posts back. What could be easier, though, than using the arms of an old sweater if you don't crochet or knit? Tip Nut has many listings for things to make with old sweaters *here* and a free pattern for boot cuffs *here.* I'm trying to think of cute Christmas gifts...cute and cheap Christmas gifts.
Speaking of which, I learned of a terrific Christmas gift list via Suzanne...The 36th Avenue one. Everything is under $5 and they actually look like something! ☺ Kati, her blog is listed on yesterday's post, also has a list of frugal Christmas gifts that are very good.
This is my pile of stash from a run to Joann's on their excellent coupon offer. I am hoping to make a table runner with the green fabrics for a certain birthday girl and the yarn is what I used for the boot cuffs. I'm waiting for the girl and the boots to show up before I show them to you. Oh, don't bother purchasing what I thought were fat quarters...$12.99 for a yard of coordinating fabric is not being frugal!
Have a terrific Wednesday...