Two Needle Boot Toppers


Two Needle Boot Toppers


Two Needle Boot Toppers
Two Needle Boot Toppers

Knitted boot cuffs are some of our favorite stash busting patterns. Not only are they an adorable way to accessorize in cold weather, they're a great way to practice a specific stitch before diving into a huge project. These Two Needle Boot Toppers are a great way to warm up those needles and make a cute cuff for your favorite pair of boots. A super easy knitting pattern, this tutorial is perfect for beginner knitters who want to learn how to knit boot cuffs. Of course, the best part is how amazing this DIY accessories look with your fall or winter gear.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm, 8 or 5 mm

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

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Boot toppers are very handy in the winter months, which are coming up quickly here in Iowa. This pattern looks relatively easy, minus the 3 needle bind off. I am sure I will figure it out, though, especially with the video that is provided in the link. I cant wait to get started on several pairs of these adorable boot toppers!

Boot cuffs are one of those accessories you can never have too many of if you are a boot wearer. They are fashionable and help keep you warm on the cold days of winter. I really love the stitch pattern these boot cuffs use. It gives them texture and I can't recall seeing another pattern similar to these.

I'm not big into wearing boot cuffs, only because they make me too hot, but I do really love how cute they are.

I've never worn boot toppers before, but I'm interested in giving them a try. I'm almost always cold, so these would be perfect.

Boot toppers are almost a necessity as so many boot styles are uncomfortable against legs in stockingsothers need the toppers to keep the cold out. Knitting with four needles is a pain - takes too much time and doesn't always keep the knit even at 'the corners'. This 2-needle pattern is ideal for those of us who do not use 4 needles often

I knitted this pattern for Christmas gifts for my family. It's super quick and easy and so so pretty!! I used a long-tail cast on and the three needle bind off and it worked fine for me

On these boot cuffs, I tried to make them, but if you keep YO and don't decrease you end up with too many stitches. Is there a mistake in this pattern?

I don't see a YO in this pattern. In fact, there's never a change in the number of stitches. Perhaps you've mixed this pattern up with another one?

can these be made on a found loom?


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