Orchard House boot cuffs
Boot cuffs are a fun way to sample stitch patterns, try new techniques, use up leftover yarn and are a fashionable look with skinny jeans and tall boots. This cuff makes use of a bobble, twisted stitch pattern; Latvian braid and icord bind off stitchwork. First, a band, featuring the spray pattern, is worked flat until it is long enough to encircle the calf horizontally, and the ends are grafted together. Stitches are picked up along both edges, and Latvian braid is worked. The top edge is bound off with icord, while the lower stitches are worked in ribbing to form the portion of the cuff that sits within the top of your boot.
A small amount of contrasting coloured yarn is required for the Latvian Braids.
Originally released as the January 2014 pattern for the Eunice's Choice club from Three Irish Girls.