Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern by Emma Sadler

Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern by Emma Sadler

Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern by Emma Sadler Designs

These boot cuffs are ideal to brighten up any pair of boots. They are quick to knit up and could be done in an evening in front of the TV. They feature a cute umbrella motif which can be done in any contrasting colour you like. A great first project for using the intarsia method.

The pattern has been professionally tech edited and test knitted. It also includes a schematic for the shorts and hat.

All my patterns have been tech edited and test knitted

Clear and simple instructions
written instructions
Instant digital download
Perfect for making quick gifts

About the Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern

Sized: one size fits most, adjustable.

Pattern is for personal use only. Do not reproduce or pass on to any third parties.

Finished items from this pattern may be sold on Etsy if credit is given to the designer with a link to this listing. You must use your own photos

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Umbrella Boot Cuffs Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryFeet / Legs → Legwarmers
Feet / Legs → Boot Toppers
PublishedJanuary 2015
Suggested Yarn
Yarn WeightDK / 8 ply (11 wpi)
Gauge/Tension20 stitches and 24 rows = 10 cm in Stocking stitch
Needle SizeUS 6 – 4.0 mm
Yardage 300 – 322 yards (274 – 294 m)

Sizes AvailableOne size fits most, could be adjusted.
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“Love the pattern, it’s much easy and looks amazing! “

A Test Knitter

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Clan Fraser Boot Cuffs by Emma Sadler

Clan Fraser Boot Cuffs by Emma Sadler

Clan Fraser Boot Cuffs by Emma Sadler Designs

The Clan Fraser boot cuffs are really quick to knit up. They are perfect for a beginner project. They are also ideal to make if you want an easier project in between some bigger ones.

They will be finished in an evening so are great to make in front of the TV on a cold autumn or winter evening.

Forgotten a gift for someone? No worries! These are so quick to knit and you are bound to have some yarn in your stash that will be just right for them. They take just 70g, or around 110 yards.

The simple stitch pattern is great for showing of self-patterning yarn.

All my patterns have been tech edited and test knitted

Clear and simple instructions
Charted and written instructions
Perfect for beginners to cables
Instant digital download
Perfect for making quick gifts

Pattern is for personal use only. Do not reproduce or pass on to any third parties.

Finished items from this pattern may be sold on Etsy if credit is given to the designer with a link to this listing. You must use your own photos

About the Diamond Lace Boot Cuffs Pattern

This easy, fast-knit pair of ribbed and garter stitch boot cuffs or boot toppers are a sure winner for Christmas or gift knitting. The ribbing helps make the boot cuffs nice and stretchy to fit a variety of leg sizes, the garter stitch adds texture and a bit of super fast knitting to get them finished. They are worked flat and seamed, so perfect for a beginner, or experienced knitter who just needs a quick win or fast gift knit.

For more information, see: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/highland-kn…

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Clan Fraser Boot Cuffs Pattern Information

Published inHighland Knits: Knitwear Inspired by the Outlander Series
Emma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryFeet / Legs → Boot Toppers
Published November 2014
Suggested Yarn
Yarn Weight Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi)
Gauge/Tension 24 stitches and 26 rows = 10 cm in Rib
Needle Size US 7 – 4.5 mm
US 9 – 5.5 mm
Yardage 100 – 110 yards (91 – 101 m)
Sizes Available One size fits all
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“I am not self-medicating with yarn. I have a prescription from the lady at the yarn shop. But she called it a receipt. Whatever..”

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Diamond Lace Boot Cuffs by Emma Sadler

Diamond Lace Boot Cuffs by Emma Sadler

Diamond Lace Boot Cuffs by Emma Sadler Designs

These cute little Diamond Lace boot cuffs, or boot toppers, are a fabulous project to knit if you would like to try your hand at lace for the first time.

They come in one size but are quite stretchy so will fit over the top of your favourite boots or to brighten up an old pair you have stuck in the garage.

Based on a stitch pattern from traditional Shetland Lace they have a base of all knit stitches. You will quickly pick up the repeated pattern.

They knit up quite quickly so are ideal to give as a quick gift. You could make them in just one or two evenings in front of the TV. And the pair take less than one ball of 100g yarn!

Instructions included are both written and charted.

All my patterns have been tech edited and test knitted

Clear and simple instructions
Charted and written instructions
Perfect for beginners to cables
Instant digital download
Perfect for making quick gifts

Pattern is for personal use only. Do not reproduce or pass on to any third parties.

Finished items from this pattern may be sold on Etsy if credit is given to the designer with a link to this listing. You must use your own photos

About the Diamond Lace Boot Cuffs Pattern

This easy, fast-knit pair of lace boot cuffs or boot toppers are a sure winner for Christmas or gift knitting. I’ve designed the cowl in one size which is very stretchy to fit a variety of leg/boot sizes.

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Diamond Lace Boot Cuffs Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryFeet / Legs → Boot Toppers
Published April 2015
Suggested Yarn Perran Yarns Aran Merino Silk
Yarn Weight Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi)
Gauge/Tension 20 stitches and 22 rows = 10 cm in Cabled pattern
Needle Size US 9 – 5.5 mm
Yardage 175 – 200 yards (160 – 183 m)
Sizes Available One size fits all, adjustable length but you would need more yarn
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“I am not self-medicating with yarn. I have a prescription from the lady at the yarn shop. But she called it a receipt. Whatever..”

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Carlota Cabled Boot Toppers by Emma Sadler

Carlota Cabled Boot Toppers by Emma Sadler

Carlota Cabled Boot Toppers by Emma Sadler Designs

I’m so excited for you to see the Carlota Cabled Boot Toppers, they’re such a quick and fun knit and I loved making these and the matching Carlota Cabled Cowl. The boot toppers or boot cuffs are knitted flat and worked sideways with a seam to join them once the knitting is finished. You can adjust size easily to fit a larger leg but adding length at this stage, but make sure you have sufficient yarn if you do.

Boot Cuffs are great to wear with my leather boots and help to cushion the skin from any rubbing or hard edges on your boots, they also keep your legs warm.

Are you looking for your first cabled knitting pattern?
Are you looking for a pattern ideal for a beginner or great for knitting in front of the TV?
Do you want something quick and easy to knit or a quick gift to make? Try a pair of Boot Toppers for a quick and satisfying win. The Carlota design is super quick and only uses a small amount of yarn.

This Carlota Boot Toppers pattern consists of two sizes – small and large. Details in the table below.

All my patterns have been tech edited and test knitted

Clear and simple instructions
Charted and written instructions
Perfect for beginners to cables
Instant digital download
Perfect for making quick gifts

Pattern is for personal use only. Do not reproduce or pass on to any third parties.

Finished items from this pattern may be sold on Etsy if credit is given to the designer with a link to this listing. You must use your own photos

About the Carlota Cabled Boot Toppers Pattern

This easy, fast-knit pair of boot toppers or boot cuffs is a sure winner for Christmas or gift knitting. I’ve designed the boot toppers or boot cuffs in two sizes.

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Carlota Cabled Boot Toppers Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryFeet / Legs → Boot Toppers
PublishedMay 2015
Suggested Yarn Perran Yarns Aran Merino Silk
Yarn WeightWorsted Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) 
Gauge/Tension 20 stitches and 22 rows = 10 cm in Cable
Needle Size US 7 – 4.5 mm and US 9 – 5.5 mm
Yardage 190 – 192 yards (174 – 176 m)
Sizes Available Small 33cm/13inches, Large 38cm/15inches
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“I said to myself, I need to do something besides knit today. Then I laughed and laughed.”

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Criss Cross Boot Toppers by Emma Sadler

Criss Cross Boot Toppers by Emma Sadler

Criss Coss Boot Toppers by Emma Sadler Designs

These Double Dutch boot toppers or boot cuffs are designed to match the headband and cowl using the same cable pattern.

They are knitted flat, the ribbed section uses pick up and knit then they are seamed at the end.

The cabled pattern is very effective, but deceptively easy. You will soon pick up the repeating pattern. This means that this is the ideal project for working on whilst you are watching the TV.

It is also quite quick to knit up so would make a great last minute gift if you fnd yourself needing to whip something up from your stash.

About the Criss Cross Boot Toppers Pattern

This easy, fast-knit pair of boot toppers is a sure winner for Christmas or gift knitting. I’ve designed the boot toppers or boot cuffs in four sizes.

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Criss Cross Boot Toppers Pattern Information

Published inEmma Sadler’s Ravelry Store
CraftKnitting
CategoryFeet / Legs → Boot Toppers
PublishedNovember 2015
Suggested Yarn Perran Yarns Aran Merino Silk
Yarn WeightWorsted Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) 
Gauge/Tension 22 stitches and 22 rows = 10 cm in Cabled pattern
Needle Size US 7 – 4.5 mm and US 9 – 5.5 mm
Yardage 72 – 182 yards (66 – 166 m)
Sizes Available Small – 30cm/12inches, Medium – 33cm/13inches, Large – 36cm/14inches, Extra Large – 39cm/15inches
LanguagesEnglish
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As always, when I’m knitting for the knitworthy members of my family or dear friends, I consider how they’re going to wear it, wash it, the colours they love and what styles they wear.

“Eat, Sleep, Knit.

Repeat”

See our other patterns

Arthur’s Seat Blanket, Arundale Vest Pattern, Ashram Pilates Socks, Autumn Cape, Autumn in Robin Hood’s Bay Boho HatSpring in Robin Hood’s Bay Boho Hat, Winter in Robin Hood’s Bay Boho Hat, doing alright

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