With all of this cold weather, I have become quite the warm weather accessory girl! From knitting scarves, to DIY earwarmer headbands, I have become obsessed. Today’s project is no less addicting, and it is super quick! How about learning how to Knit Boot Cuffs? Let’s go!
First of all, this is not a LONG project, or even a HARD project. This is one of those projects you can whip up and wear in about 30-45 minutes, TOPS. Seriously, who doesn’t love quick and easy?
Ready to get started? I’ve made an easy to follow video for you! I have found videos are much easier to follow than pictures. I just learn better from videos.
How to Make Knit Boot Cuffs
Supplies that you are going to need for this project:
- Loom and Loom tool
- Crochet hook
- A Bulky (5) yarn (I’m using Lion Brand in Rococo)
- A few buttons to accessorize!
A few things to remember when you are making these: For one, the thicker the yarn, the more “stretch” the yarn will have to it. You want these to be a little “snug” so they don’t fall down. Measure your calf where you will have your knitted boot cuffs and make sure you allow for the stretch….meaning shave a little off of the measurement. Not too much, you may be wearing these over thick socks and jeans! You just want to make sure they stay up.
These are really so quick and easy, and such a cute and fun way to dress up your outfit and boots. (It also reminds me of the days of Olivia Newton-John and leg warmers…but I am glad these are a bit smaller.) What’s better, they can really make a cute outfit POP!
Before you head to the video to make these boot cuffs, you might also want to check out these:
Grab your loom, click the video above, and let’s start working on our new DIY Knitted Boot Cuffs. Looking for more fun diy accessories? Head over to see these!