Winding Cable Boot Cuff: Free Knitting Pattern

posted in: ARTS and CRAFTS, marissa | 7

The fireplace is roaring, my husband and 8 year old daughter just finished baking chocolate chip cookies, and now my husband also has a pot of hot cocoa on the stove top for me.  There are few things I enjoy more on a cold winter evening.  I am spoiled rotten sometimes.  All this pampering leaves me plenty of time to get some knitting and pattern writing done.  I also spent the day finally getting my Facebook page up and running for my knit and crochet items:

If you get some time, you should stop by and give it a “like”

I have no idea where I am going with it or what my grand plans are, but for now I am using the page as a place to showcase my creations and communicate with people who are interested in my designs.  I will still be posting my free patterns and designs here, on Threaded Together.

Our weather in south east Virginia has been continually cold, especially since our snow storm here last week.  It’s quite appropriate that I have spent much of that time knitting and crocheting boot cuffs (or boot warmers) for some friends of mine.  After creating no less than six patterns in the last two weeks, this pair is by far my favorite.  An inspiration picture was shared with me on Pinterest and I started on making a pattern for it right away.

To complete this pattern you need to have knowledge of cable knitting, knitting in the round, and picking up stitches along a piece of work along a side (shown at 3:45 in the video).

Intertwined Cable Boot Cuffs

Free Pattern Download for Winding Cable Boot Cuffs

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7 Responses

  1. These are lovely! I’m going to knit up a pair for my mother in law. Thanks for the free pattern!

  2. Do you know how much yarn the pattern takes in worsted weight?

    • Hmm, I don’t and I don’t have them anymore to be able to estimate for you. It was definitely less than one skein of Impeccable by Loops and Threads for the smaller size. Sorry I can’t give you an exact amount. :(

  3. I just finished the first top cuff but I have a question in regards to taking the cuff off the needle.
    I don’t bind off the stitches, is that correct? But instead, do I run the tapestry needle through the stitches & sew them to the other side??
    I’m a little confused here, can you help me out? I really like how they’re turning out & I want to make sure I’m doing it correctly.
    Thank you

    • Thanks for the question, YES! The sts for the cuff have to be bound off before the edges are sewn together. Thank you SO much for pointing that out!

      • Thank you
        I thought I might have been missing something….
        Thanks for the quick reply…now I can continue to finish these…can’t wait!!

        Thanks again

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