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{FREE} PREPAREDNESS : Boot Cuff Knitting Pattern

Grab this FREE PREPAREDNESS : Boot Cuff Knitting Pattern using the fair isle knit stitch, plus a how-to video.


Fair Isle Boot Cuff Knitting Pattern


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Dear Readers,

I want you all to know that I’m listening. Some of you have contacted me to let me know that downloading the free knitting pattern is confusing or you’re uncomfortable logging into the site, so I created pages that have the free pattern visible online, so you don’t have to download anything. These free versions are supported by ads. I hope you enjoy the free patterns and I can’t wait to see what you make! Tag me on IG #bromefields :)

For those of you who would like an ad free version I’m offering a downloadable version for a small fee.

I know I can’t make everyone happy, but I’m trying :)

Thank you all so much for joining me on this knitting journey!
Jennifer
Updated 3/22/2019


:) About the Pattern:

  • Knits up in about 2-3 hours
  • Beginner skill level
  • One size fits most tween to adult
  • Knit-in-the-round
  • Includes 1 written pattern, no chart

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:) Materials Needed:


:) Pattern:

  • Note: Knit from the bottom up.
  • Starting with your cuff color, I used Fisherman {Known as your “accent color”}
  • CO 28 STS, PM, join in the round.
  • Rounds 1-6: *K2, P2*
  • Switch colors, I used Taupe {Known as your “dominant color”}
  • Round 7: *K*
  • Round 8: *with the dominant color K3, with the accent color K1*
  • Round 9: with the dominant color knit all STS
  • Round 10: *with the dominant color K1, with the accent color K1, *with the dominant color K3, with the accent color K1* with the dominant color K2
  • Round 11: repeat round 9
  • Repeat Rounds 8-11 one more time
  • Round 16: BO in the K1, P1 pattern

:) Video:

Music by Ben Sound


:) Abbreviations:


FREE Boot Cuff Knitting Pattern by Brome Fields
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