Knit Light Mocha Boot Cuffs

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Knit Light Mocha Boot Cuffs Pattern


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Knitting: Knit Light Mocha Boot Cuffs
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Petite, Tall



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit, Slip Stitches, Knitting in the Round

Pattern Description:

Boot Cuffs are very stylish today and why not make your own pair. I wanted to design unique styles that are classy and will compliment any wardrobe. You have the ability to choose the color and then make them in a flash.

These excellent boot cuffs were designed with a simple knit pattern and creamy Mocha color soft yarn. They are perfect to dress up any pair of boots you have. I wear them with my Uggs shown in the picture, but they also look great on top of a tall boot or even over a nice pair of heels. They add warmth without sacrificing style.

This pattern is simple to follow and has every instruction you need to complete your own pair.

As always I am available for comment, complaint and any questions you may have in purchasing any of may patterns.


20st by 24 rows = 4"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6" tall by 12" around


  • Size 8 US Circular 12" needles, Stitch Marker, tapestry/yarn needle

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 8 US circular 12

Suggested yarn:

2.5 ounces of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

I used Bernat Denim Style



About Designer

About Designer

Karen's Stitch Nitch on

I am a knitter and a crocheter for 20+ years and I have this addiction to yarn that my fiance teases me about all the time.

I have been designing patterns for a couple of years and love to share my ideas. I take great care in creating and writting my patterns as I know all to well what it is like getting half way through a pattern and the instructions are wrong. This was the insperation ...

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