Easy Boot Cuffs Free Knitting Pattern

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Boot Cuffs Pattern

The easy boot cuffs are easy to make and can be made using only one skein of yarn.

They are great for beginners, using knit and purl stitches to create ribbing and stocking stitch.

The boot cuffs are knitted using a simple pattern and will keep you warm during the colder months when you wear your boots.

They are very versatile and can be made in a variety of colours.

Boot cuffs

Easy Boot Cuffs Pattern

The boot cuffs pattern is easy to follow, knitting in the round on circular needles.

This easy knitting pattern is great for any beginners who are learning how to knit, as it is a great project for learning the basic knitting stitches.

The boot cuff size can also be adapted if you want to make it smaller or larger, just measure the circumference of the recipients calf and adjust the number of stitches you cast on.

If you would like to make more knitted items for women, please take a look at the other patterns in the women’s knitting pattern library.

Easy knit boot cuffs

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Easy Boot Cuffs Free Knitting Pattern

The easy boot cuffs are easy to make and can be made using only one skein of yarn. They are great for beginners, using knit and purl stitches to create ribbing and stocking stitch.
Active Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour
Difficulty Easy/beginner

Materials

  • 50g yarn – Rowan Felted Tweed in shade 157

Tools

  • 4 mm (US 6) circular knitting needles 16″
  • Stitch marker
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle.

Instructions

  1. Cast on 48sts (Small/Medium), 52sts (Large/XLarge)
  2. Place your marker and join in the round.
  3. Rows 1-10 K2, P2 (ribbing)
  4. Knit 14 Rows
  5. Then continue in K2, P2 ribbing for 10 rows.
  6. Cast off in rib.
  7. Weave in loose ends.

Notes

Abbreviations

Approx = Approximately

Beg = Begin(ning)

Cont = Continue(ing)

K = Knit

K2tog = Knit next 2 stitches together

P – Purl

M1 = Make 1 stitch

Rem = Remaining

Rep = Repeat

Rnd(s) = Round(s)

SKPO – Slip one, knit one

St(s) = Stitch(es)

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