27 Boot Cuffs Knitting Patterns

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In this post, you will see a round-up of 27 boot cuffs knitting patterns.

Winter season it’s here and it’s time to get your winter wardrobe ready!

And nothing is more cold weather appropriate than a pair of boot cuffs peaking from the top of your boots.

Tall boots, shorter boots, knee-high boots, rain boots really any pair of boots can be coupled with your favorite boot cuffs.

Boot cuffs knitting patterns

What Is A Knitted Boot Cuff?

A pair of boot cuffs will peak out from the tops of your boots giving the illusion you are wearing knitted tall socks or leg warmers without the bulk of wearing thick socks.

They are perfect for boots with a snug fit that don’t provide extra space for bulky tall socks.

A great winter accessory that will keep you toasty warm and upgrade your outfit.

Plus they can be great gifts for any family and friends who love winter.

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Knit Your Own Boot Cuffs

If you are a maker you will enjoy knitting your own pair of boot cuffs!

It’s a very quick project so it’s perfect for beginner knitters and you can use any leftover yarn you have in your stash.

Make a pair in different colors to match all of your favorite boots.

You can make simple boot cuffs with straight knitting needles and basic knitting stitches like the stocking stitch, you can find so many easy knitting patterns online.

Plus it’s also an easy way to experiment with new knitting techniques and stitches like a lace pattern, knitting in the round with circular needles or double-pointed needles cabling techniques, and many more!

Free Knit Boot Cuff Patterns

If you are ready to make your own pair of cute boot cuffs to pair up with your favorite winter outfits check out this list of my favorite patterns and you might your next winter project.

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  1. Thank you for the inspiration. My 16th year old great granddaughter ask me to knit her a pair of cuffs, and I wanted her to see all the ones we can do. Just finishing fingerless gloves for her. Love her dearly..

    1. Hello Angela, I am so happy you like the free patterns. Your granddaughter definitely has good taste if she likes handmade unique pieces! šŸ™‚