In today’s post I want to share with everyone: Knitted Boot Cuffs Free Knitting Pattern
Knitted Boot cuffs have been a trend for fall and winter months for a while now, but they still hold their charm today. Perhaps, because they are not only cute, but also practical, as they can add some coziness to your wardrobe. And, because they are only boot toppers, you don’t have to worry about bulky socks that can become to warm during an autumn afternoon.
They are also very popular as gifts, because they are so quick to make, require really small amounts of yarn, and are also quite easy. But don’t worry if never made one before, as you can find a video tutorial on the bottom of this post to help you make these faux boot socks.
To knit these boot cuffs, you will be working in rounds, and to do so, you will need circular needles, or double pointed needles. Depending on the size you chose, you might use a 16 inches circular needle, or a longer one if you are familiar with the magic loop method. Or this can be a great first project to practice the magic loop method if you have ever done it before.
Textured Knitted Boot Cuffs Free Knitting Pattern Specifics:
Skill Level: Easy
Gauge: 16 stitches by 20 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) in stockinette
Yarn: Worsted weigh yarn
Yardage: 110, 120, 130, 140, 150 yards (aprox)
Needle: Us #8 (5.0 mm) Or needle to obtain gauge
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
To fit: 12, 13, 15, 16 inches calf circumference
Final Measurement: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 inches in circumference (stretchered) by 8 inches long.
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Textured Knitted Boot Cuffs Free Knitting Pattern:
CO 40, (44, 48, 52) Stitches, and join in the round. (make 2)
Rounds 1 to 4: k1, p1
Rounds 5 to 7: knit
Round 8: k1, p1
Round 9: p1, k1
Round 10: k1, p1
Round 11: p1, k1
Rounds 12 to 25: Repeat rows 5 to 11 consecutively.
Rounds 26 to 28: knit
Rounds 29 to 32: k1, p1
Bind off and weave in ends.
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