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Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs Pattern

This easy knooking pattern uses a crochet hook with an eyelet (also called a knook) to whip up quickly and easily!

By: Audrey Hugget for AllFreeKnitting.com
Updated March 28, 2018
Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs Pattern
Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs Pattern

Boot cuffs are the perfect little addition to any outfit. The Basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs will add a classic touch to your outfit, giving you an effortless, chic look. Perfect for beginners, this knooking pattern is a breeze. All you need to know how to do is purl and knit to create these cute, rustic boot cuffs. The cuffs are knooked flat and then fastened with simple buttons, so you can easily adjust the cuffs to perfectly fit your legs.

Beginner

Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Malabrigo Worsted Yarn: Red Mahogany, 1 skein
  • Knook, size H 8 (5.0 mm)
  • Yarn needle
  • 6 Buttons

Instructions

Sizes
Small: 14.5” x 5”
Medium: 16.5” x 5”
Large: 18.5” x 5”

Waffle Stitch Pattern

  1. Row 1:  K1, *P1, K2*, repeat from * until 1 ST remains, K1.

  2. Row 2: P1, *K1, P2*, repeat from * until 1 ST remains, P1.

  3. Row 3: Repeat for 1

  4. Row 4: P1, K until 1 ST remains, P1.

Instructions

  1. Ch 60 (69, 78) with your knook.

  2. Pick up 59 (68, 77) STS on foundation chain.

  3. Work 1x1 rib (K1, P1) for 1.5 inches.

  4. K across 2 rows.

  5. Work in the waffle stitch pattern (above) 5 times, ending with Row 4.

  6. K1 row.

  7. Work 1x1 rib for 1.5 inches.

  8. Bind off all STS loosely in knit.

Finishing

Weave in ends. Sew buttons in place to create a tube. Slip on and wear!

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Knit and crochet? There arent many patterns I have seen lately that use both, so Im a little worried about this. These boot cuffs look really cute though, so I will power through, using whatever means are available to me! The pattern is somewhat easy to follow, which is great! I think once Ive figured it out, I will make a pair on every color to keep my legs warm through the winter!

The basic Buttoned Boot Cuffs are easy and they work up really fast. I made a pair for my niece and she loved them. This is a definite beginner pattern, so all you new to knitting should try it. They can be knit within two days of sitting down and watching TV in the evening. I really Love this pattern.

I don't have a "Knook", but it is nice to be both a crocheter and a knitter so I can try these with hook and needles.

Have to say this is not a very good pattern- I've been knitting for 35years and I have no idea what "knook" means. And the description states, "All you need to know how to do is purl and knit to create these..." umm, no, apparently you have to know how to crochet too.

Hi logcabinmom 5522090, This pattern was created for the Knook, a specialized crochet hook from Leisure Arts that replaces traditional knitting needles. You can learn more about the Knook here: http://www.leisurearts.com/knook-beginner-set-for-medium-weight-yarn.html. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I'm not sure whatPick up 59 (68, 77) sts on foundation chain." means. Any help would be great! I'm a beginning knitter Thanks, Tessa

Hi dirtdigger, This pattern has a crochet border. So, "Pick up 59 (68,77) sts on foundation chain" basically means you'll have to join your knit stitches to the initial crochet chain. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

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