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Faux Fur Ankle Warmers


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The Faux Fur Ankle Warmers crochet pattern were inspired by a random snow day in Georgia! ❄️

Snow rarely happens here, so it was the perfect opportunity to bundle up with some fingerless mitts to catch a few snowflakes! After a few minutes in the cold, wet snow, I was cold and need of warming up. A detour to Joanns Fabric Store after an errand meant grabbing some Lion Brand Go for Faux Thick & Quick during a buy two, get one free sale!

I love the softness of this faux fur, and it makes for quick projects! These ankle warmers are the QUICKEST!

I frogged the ankle warmers and remade each one within 30 minutes! You know you love a quick project!

The first iteration was wide enough to fit over my slip on boots to make them fit a bit snugger and warmer, but I decided to made the ankle warmers a bit slimmer to slide over other ankle boots.

With so many Go for Faux Thick & Quick color options, you can make a pair in every color to match ALL of your boots, and make a few to gift.

The pattern below is made to slide over your foot and then pull down over your boots, and can be easily customized for the perfect fit.

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5 stitches x 3 rows = 4″ x 4″


  • 6 inches tall x 13.5 inch circumference


  • Ch: Chain
  • sl st: slip stitch
  • dc: double crochet
  • st(s): stitch(es)




  • Pattern is written US terms.
  • Read the entire pattern before beginning.
  • Ch 2 counts as a stitch throughout the pattern
  • Ankle Warmer width can be adjusted by chaining fewer or more stitches to begin. This will impact the total numbers of rows.
  • Only 2 skeins of yarn will be needed for the pattern below. Grab more yarn for taller/wider ankle warmers.
  • To adjust size: make enough chains to fit snugly around calf, and then make the same number of dc as the beginning ch.

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Round 1: Ch 13, sl st to join forming a ring

Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout), dc in next st around, sl st to join – 13 dc

Round 3-4: Repeat Round 2

Round 5: Ch 2, dc in next st, dc in each st until last st, 2 dc in last st, dc in same space as ch 2, sl st. Fasten off – 15 dc


Using a large eye yarn needle, weave in ends.

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