Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs

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Being a small business owner, I know the importance of supporting small businesses and local shop owners. While browsing Etsy for some hand-dyed yarn, I came across Laura Gesin’s Etsy shop called Summerhill Sheep Farm. Laura has the most beautiful hand-dyed yarn that is made and locally. Summerhill Farm is located on the Jersey Shore (which is really not too far from where I live). Laura hand-dyes the wool yarn made from the Jacob Sheep at Summerhill Farm, as well as yarn from a farm on the North Fork of Long Island and yarn from a rescue sheep farm in Kentucky. This beautiful yarn that I received from Laura came from Long Island. I couldn’t wait to make some beautiful things from this gorgeous yarn. I thought, what better than to make some boot cuffs for the fall! Inspired by my friend Dedri and her cable stitch, I made these Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs with the amazing yarn from Summmerhill Farm. Enjoy the pattern!

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Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs

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Skill Level:

Intermediate
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Materials:

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Abbreviations:

sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
sk – skip
yo – yarn over
BLO – back loop only

Special Stitches:

Cable stitch – sk next st, dc in each of the next 3 sts. Yo, insert hook into skipped st, yo, pull up a loop to the height of the other dcs, yo, pull through 2 loops, yo again, pull through last 2 loops on hook. This creates the long dc that crosses in front of the other dcs. For full photo instructions, see this tutorial.

Bobble stitch – Yo, insert hook into next st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops. *Yo, insert hook into same st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops* Repeat * 3 more times. Yo, pull through all 6 loops on hook.

Gauge:

12 stitches = 4″ & 5 rows = 4″

Multiple:

4 + 1 for foundation ch

Instructions:

Ch 45. Without twisting, join in beginning ch with a sl st.

Round 1: Ch 1, sc in the next ch and in each ch around. Join in beginning sc. (44)
Round 2: Ch 3. Dc in the BLO of each st from previous round. Join the the top of the ch 3. (44)
Round 3: Repeat round 2. (44)
Round 4: Ch 3, *cable stitch over the next 4 sts (see instructions above)*  11 times. Join in beginning ch-3. (44)
Round 5-7: Repeat round 4. (44)
Round 8: Ch 1. Sc in each st around. Join in beginning sc. (44)
Round 9: Ch 1. *Sc in the next st, bobble st in the next st (see instructions above)* Repeat * around. Join in beginning sc. Fasten off and weave ends. (44)

I have about half of this beautiful yarn left and I think I will make some wrist warmers to go with my boot cuffs! 🙂

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To learn more about Laura and Summerhill Farm, you can find her on social media here and at her Etsy shop here. Laura, who also happens to be a high school teacher and avid knitter, also has a knit club with her students! How cool is that? I wish I had that in my high school. I would’ve definitely signed up! 🙂 I hope you will stop by Laura’s shop and get some of her wonderful hand-dyed yarn and help support this wonderful small business owner!

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15 Comments

  1. To count 44 stitches in round 4, I am counting only 11 cable stitches instead of 12. Did I do something wrong? 11×4=44???

  2. These are pretty I can’t wait to give them a go…and will watch for the wrist warmers too…Thank you for sharing your talent. <3

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