Rustic Charm Boot Cuffs


As the temperature outside drops, a pair of boots quickly become the quintessential accessory for every outfit. Change drab to fab with this couplet of DIY boot cuffs. The Rustic Charm Boot Cuffs are quick and easy to make. You don't even have to be skilled in knitting in the round. These knit boot cuffs can be knit entirely on straight needles, making them great for those learning how to knit boot cuffs for the first time. If you need even more reason to cast these beautiful countryside charms onto your needles, they not only make for the perfect stash busters but also great homemade gifts for all of those lovely ladies on your list.


Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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These boot toppers are very cute. I have crochet so many boot cuffs, I am excited to try these. I like the knit look so much better. I checked out the pattern and it is a very easy pattern to follow. Small enough pattern to increase your knitting skills. I think my daughter and I need several different colors. Winter and boot season will be hear very soon.

The Rustic Charm Boot Cuffs is a very easy pattern to knit up. I have made a few pairs of these and everyone that I give them to love them. It doesn't take that much yarn and time. You can probably make them up in a couple of sittings. The pattern is really easy to follow and I plan on making more of these for gifts.

Pretty pattern and it gets an extra star because I'm not a big fan of knitting with circular needles. Someone on another post boot cuffs are a great way to test out new patterns and techniques, much like a dishcloth, so I'm eager to try some out.

The pattern for the Rustic Charm Boot Cuffs is not a great pattern to follow if you are a beginner knitter. Please read the blog site the author/pattern creator has provided. The pattern does not easily adapt to circular needles nor does the increase of one pattern repeat allow a K2, P2 ribbing. I would not suggest making these cuffs unless you'd like a headache.

Great pattern to follow. The results I had were wonderful.

Super pattern! I knit it in the round. Seaming and I don't get along.


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