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Boomerang Boot Cuffs

By: Franziska Collins for Fiesta

Boot cuffs are all the rage, but they can be pricey. With this easy knitting pattern, you'll learn how to knit boot cuffs without the department store price! The Boomerang Boot Cuffs are a bold and beautiful way to accessorize your boots this season. They're knit with a funky yarn full of bright oranges and deep blues and are adorned with three cute buttons. The Boomerang Boot Cuffs are a fun and easy way to mix up your footwear while staying warm.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

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

Materials:

  • Boomerang (100% Extrafine Super Wash Merino; 4 oz./250 yds.) 2 skeins
  • Size 7 (4.5mm) double pointed, circular needles 7-16"
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle with big eye for weaving in ends
  • 12 buttons


Gauge
In St st worked in the Roung: about 5 st and 7 Rnd/1"


Finished Sizes

Size: S/M
Length: 16.5"

Size L/XL
Length: 18"


ABBREVIATIONS

k = knit stitch
sl = slip
M1R = Make 1 Right slanted
RS = Right side
CO = Cast on
M1L = Make 1 Left slanted
PM = Place marker
WS = Wrong side
Bst = Border stitch = 1st and last St of Row
M1L: Pick up the strand between two stitches from the front, and knit it through the back
M1R: Pick up the strand between the two stitches from the back and knit it through the front

 

PATTERN STITCHES

Ribbing:
*K1, P1* repeat around

Stockinette stitch: St st
Knit every Rnd, and K RS Row, P WS Row

 

Description (make 2)
With Double Pointed Needles

CO 44, 52 st = 11, 13 st on each of the 4 needles
PM for beg. of Rnd.
For 7 Rnds: Work Ribbing
For 9 Rnds: work St st = K every Rnd
Next Rnd Increase Rnd: K1, M1L, K to 1 st before end of Rnd, M1R, K1
For 6 Rnds: Work even St st
Next Rnd Increase Rnd: K1, M1L, K to 1 st before end of Rnd, M1R, K1
Repeat these last 7 Rnds 4 more times (=5 x increase Rnd) = 56, 64 st
Work 6, 8 more Rnds even St st
Next Rnd: Dividing Row: K 15, 17 st, BO 6 st, Work to the end of Row
Note: from now on, you have to K first st or every Row and sl purl wise the last st of every row = Bst
Note: For more convenience change to circular needles
Work 34, 40 Rows even in St st
Next 7 Rows: Work Ribbing: K1, P1
Next Row: BO

Button Strands
Wrong side facing you, Start with a slip knot on the Needle
Pick up Knit wise 27, 31 st through the Bst, (2 in every 3rd Bst)
Work 7 Rows in Ribbing,
8. Row: BO
Work same for other side of the split. Sew both Button bands to the BO st so that it looks good from each side. Sew the top of the button bands together, but leave vertical sides open. Evenly spaced, sew 3 buttons to the inside and outside of the button bands. Weave in all ends.

 

 

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I love boot cuffs! They are the perfect accessory during the cold winter months! I have not knit any yet, but I look forward to trying several different patterns. This is definitely one close to the top of my list! I do think I will pick different colors though. I am not a big fan of the colors shown here.

This pattern has a dividing row, does that mean you start and stop at a different stitch? If so you will not be able to knit in the round but continue in SS and knit/purl back and forth? I have never had this type of pattern before, please advise. Thank you

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