They are perfect for Olivia’s dance class, especially since it has been in the negatives around here and the dance studio is in an old brick building.
The leg warmer pattern is from Domestic Bliss Squared.It is a very easy pattern to follow, though they do take some time, since each little cluster you see is three double crochets.
I used Caron Soft Yarn, and it took a little over half a skein for both. Each leg warmer took about two hours. For under $3 we have an adorable and functional accessory that should last her a few years!
Next up for me? The adorable little Football Hat from Repeat Crafter Me for my soon-to-be nephew! Me and beanies seem to have a love hate relationship. I’ve made 7 now… 4 turned out the size I wanted, and 3 came out too small. I’ve been crocheting for a little over a month now, so I’m thinking I have a better handle on my tension and stitch, so let’s hope this one turns out!
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