knitted boot toppers

I know most of us would like it to be spring, but we still have some cold weather ahead of us. I have one last wintery post before I move onto showing off the spring crafts I've made.

I made these boot toppers back in January, but I've the time-sensitive seasonal posts jumped the line. Legwarmers with boots seem to be the trend, and I have been wanting to knit some to go with my brown boots. Anyway, I saw a tutorial for Knit Boot Toppers by Jess on Make & Do Girl, and I thought the topper option was a quick and easy alternative. I bought some yarn, and started knitting away on my own pattern. These toppers are stylish and functional: they complete the layered look that's trendy right now; they keep my legs just a bit warmer; and they fill in the excess space between my chicken legs and the wide boot tops.

Knit Stats:
Pattern: Original
Yarn: Loops & Threads (Michaels Stores Brand), Cozy Wool (90 yards/127 g ball)
Shop: Michaels
Fiber Content: 50% Wool, 50% Acrylic
Weight: Super Bulky
Care: Hand wash. Do not bleach. Lay flat to dry.
Color: Barley
Amount: 1 ball
Needles: US #15, 8" dpn, set of 4
Gauge: 2.5 sts and 3 rows per 1 in
Finished Size: 3" diameter, 9" long . Stretches to 6" diameter, 8" long.


Cast on 24 sts, and divide sts onto 3 needles (8 sts/needle). Join, being careful not to twist sts.

Work in k1, p1 ribbing until piece measures 8.5" (or desired length).

Bind off in k1, p1 ribbing. Weave in the ends.

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  1. My gosh, I made the same ones. In the same color! Rather than knitting them in the round, I laced them at the back.

    1. That's too funny! I guess we have great taste. Either method (knitting in the round or flat) works well; it's all a matter of personal preference.


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