I once danced with a cowboy.
I fell in love with the sound of his boots
tapping out the rhythm of a Texas Two Step.
The cowboy rode into the sunset, but
I’ve owned a pair of cowboy boots ever since.
In my 2016 business plan, I listed “publishing a minimum of ten patterns” as one of my goals. I am offering this first pattern free especially for folks who aren’t familiar with my patterns. I feel like buying a PDF pattern online is similar to buying a pig in a poke (southern slang for buying something without seeing what it is actually like). These cuffs take less than a ball of yarn. The pattern is both charted and written out and, as you work on it, you will surely think of other ways it can be used: scarf, mitts, etc.
This pattern is given to you complements of
Katherine Misegades, A Time To Knit Publications, LLC.
You are welcome to reprint it and, if you wish,
use it as a resource for teaching a workshop.
Thank you Mary Shue for helping me proof this pattern.
Victoria Kline said:
Katherine you are so generous. They will make my niece happy on Valentine’s Day
Mary Jo Doig said:
This is so lovely and feminine, something I’ve never dreamed of – Lacy Boots. I love it, Katherine! Thank you.
Good to hear from you. Thanks for your kind owrds.