Boot Cuff Knitting Pattern - Great for a layered look over skinny jeans or leggings while filling the gap at the top of your boot and providing extra warmth.
The Frye Boot Cuff is based on a simple 2x1 rib pattern with a twist! The ribbing makes them nice and stretchy and the twist adds interest with minimal effort.
YOU WILL NEED...
? Approximately 200 yards of any worsted weight yarn may be used. Each liner uses approximately 1 oz of yarn.
? US 7/4.5 mm set of 4 double pointed needles.
? 1 Blue Dog stitch marker to denote beginning of round.
?Tapestry needle for weaving in ends.
? 7in/18cm tall and will stretch to fit a 12-14in/31-36cm circumference.
20 sts and 26 rows = 4in/10cm in stockinette stitch.
200 yards of Worsted weight
I currently live in the beautiful state of Maine as a wife, momma to three, knitter and maker behind Blue Dog Workshop. I opened my Etsy shop in April of 2012 where I am proud to offer a growing ...
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