Knitted cuffs are a cool addition to your boots. You can knit them in a variety of patterns as mentioned below. They are eye catchy and can effectively transform your footwear. They are nothing but cylindrical coverings for your legs that are in contact with the tops of your boots.
Wool, size 6 and 8 needles, cable and yarn needles are the main supplies of this project. Ribbing and cabling techniques make the cuffs look classy.
The socks over boots trend is so popular that we decided to present you with the tutorial on knitting them. They keep your feet adequately warm in winters.
If you love wearing boots, you can think of accessorizing them beautifully with knitted boot cuffs. The easy pattern described in the article linked above suits beginners.
Though this DIY was made with acrylic yarn, you can use yarn of any type such as variegated yarn and wool. Straight 10.5 needles are also required for this pretty piece.
Learn the details of the lovely checkerboard pattern in a single color from the above-linked tutorial. You have to start with casting on 48 stitches.
Refine you fall and winter outfits by knitting these elegant boot cuffs. You can make these in just a couple of hours. They suit brown and black boots.
These small boot cuffs are worked flat with purl and knit stitches and it is weaved together at the seams. They are really simple and quick to make.
The trendy cable knit pattern would look great on your boots. You would feel cozy in them if you make them with 100% wool.
A rad checkerboard design on your boot cuffs would look dainty in winters. You can easily customize it by adding or subtracting rows.
These pristine boot cuffs have been made using cable knitting techniques. You would need double pointed needles of size 7, worsted weight yarn, cable and yarn needles.
A simple cable pattern is repeated here to create four cables on each boot cuff. It employs size 6 circular needles.
Customize, accessorize and keep your calves toasty in the chilly winters by knitting these beautiful mulled wine boot cuffs. It is a great stash busting project and also a good exercise in learning the cable stitch.
If you are not much of a fan of double pointed needles, you will find the above-linked tutorial useful. The author has knitted the beautiful piece with 16” circular needles.
With such interesting patterns up your sleeve, we are sure you would be raring to start off with your knitting needles. They would look good in a color that contrasts or complements your boot color. You may add buttons and embellishments for getting your fashion game strong.
Published on June 5th 2018 by Peyton Derrida