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Knit Boot Cuff {Respect}


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Women's Boot Cuff Knitting Pattern ****************************************************** Difficulty level: BEGINNER Knits up in about 1-2 hours One size fits most {12-15? circumference} Includes 2 patterns: 1. knit flat 2. Knit in the round Download the PATTERN immediately through Craftsy ****************************************************** :) TECHNIQUES: Knit & purl stitches Knitting flat OR Knitting in the round ****************************************************** :) MATERIALS: 1 Stitch marker Approximately 60 yards of a category 6 super bulky yarn {I used Lion Brand Thick & Quick} Size 11 (8 mm) needles with 16" circular cables or straight needles ****************************************************** :) TERMS: Reselling, rewriting or distributing the pattern itself is prohibited Due to the fact that this is digital media, refunds are not available ****************************************************** :) smile... it's contagious Jennifer ****************************************************** :) RESPECT: A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit & purl knit-in-the-round OR knit flat GAUGE Knit in round, CO 28 sts knit 8 rounds = 2" with size 11 needles. SUGGESTED YARN 50 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand Thick & Quick COLORWAY Fisherman

Recommended with this pattern

  • 16" circular needles, size 11 {8 mm}
  • OR size 11 {8 mm} straight needles
  • stitch marker

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Brome Fields
Brome Fields
One cold day, when I couldn't go outside and play, I was shopping online for some cute colorful socks and couldn't really find anything except for sock knitting patterns. They were adorable, so being the crafty person that I am I decided I was gonna give it a try. I bought some needles and yarn and Googled "how to knit." The internet is a wonderful thing. A couple of hours later I was knitting. Knitting is my passion, once I started knitting I just could not stop. I love everything about it!