These cable knit boot cuffs are a fun little winter knitting project if you’re short on yarn and time. A cable knit isn’t quite beginner friendly, but it’s a small enough project that you won’t go too crazy by trying it, even if you think it’s just slightly out of your skill range.

There’s a free written knitting pattern here that fits most adult women’s sizes, along with the video tutorial, so that should get you going nicely.

They’re a simple little fashion accessory, but they can add a lot to any winter outfit 🙂 The yarn is an acrylic and alpaca blend that feels amazing. I’ve included all the materials I suggest, but you can use any comparable yarn and needles you prefer. These are affiliate links, but I find affiliates for the products I regularly use and love, not the other way around. Hope you enjoy, thanks for stopping by!

Materials

Stitches used & code

  • co = cast on
  • bo = bind off
  • k = knit
  • p = purl
  • st = stitch(es)
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • rep = repeat
  • rs = right side
  • wr wrong side

Note: This pattern is a 8 row repeat

Size: 9.5″ Circumference stretches out to 13″ ( This size fits most women )

Gauge: 7 rows x 5 st = 2″

Here is a video tutorial for the boot cuffs

co 16 st

Row 1 ( ws ) k 2, p 6, k 8

Row 2 ( rs ) k all st

Row 3 ( ws ) k 2, p 6, k 8

Row 4 ( rs ) k all st

Row 5 ( ws ) k 2, p 6, k 8

Row 6 ( rs ) k all st

Row 7 ( ws ) k 2, p 6, k 8

Row 8 ( rs ) k 8, sl 3 st purl wise onto cable needle hold in front of work, k next 3 st, k 3 st on cable needle, k last 2 st on knitting needle

rep row 1-8  3 more times total of 32 rows

bo at row 33

knitting bo fist 2 st, purling bo next 6 st, knitting bo last 8 st

I hope you had as much fun making it as as I did. I would love to see how your boot cuffs turned out. If you want to share,  please tag me on Instagram or Facebook. I’ll see you next time, bye bye!

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