Want to add some added warmth or style to your boots this fall and winter? Knitted boot cuffs can do just that! Maybe you don’t want to wear heavy knee socks but you want some added warmth. These knit boot cuffs can do that for you! Here you’ll find lots of knit boot cuff patterns, and I’ll specify if they are free or a small cost for the pattern. Try some of these knit boot cuff patterns today! If you feel inspired, these also make wonderful Christmas gifts!
What is a boot cuff you may ask?
Marleylilly blog says it best, “Boot cuffs, also called boot toppers, make it easy to achieve the look of wearing a chunky knit sock without the added bulk. If most of your boots are on the tighter side, boot cuffs are an easy solution to your fashion woes!”
How do you knit a boot cuff?
You are basically knitting a small tube to put your leg through.So, it’s much simpler and faster than knitting a pair of socks! They can be made in a very little time with a small amount of yarn and in myriad of stitch options!
What is the point of boot toppers?
Boot cuffs or toppers can give the look of a chunky knee sock when in reality it is only a small thing worn on our legs where the leg joins the boot. It’s much better than trying to stuff yourself into boots and wear chunky knee socks at the same time making for some tight boots! And, they give some pizzazz to your boots and outfit!
Have a lazy afternoon or rainy evening? Grab some yarn, knitting needles, a pumpkin oat milk steamer and let’s get knitting one of these adorable knit boot cuffs!
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20 Knit Boot Cuff Patterns
Knit Boot Cuff Patterns
Add a touch of style and warmth to your boots with these knit boot cuffs!