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Diamond Lace Boot Toppers Digital Knitting Pattern

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These boot toppers can be mostly attributed to curiosity. Before I got into knitting as an adult, I’d never even heard of such a thing! But, once I got into the online knitting community, I quickly found out that boot toppers are “a thing”, and a thing I wanted to try out in a Canadian Winter!

Throw in some inspiration from the good folks over on Patreon, a couple of hours of knitting time, and you have a pair of Diamond Lace Boot Toppers!

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Pattern Notes:

They’re knit in worsted-weight yarn, so they knit up very quickly, Any wool or wool-blend worsted-weight yarn will work up well for these, though I suggest a solid or a tonal, rather then a highly variegated yarn.

This pattern has written instructions, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software. This option includes only the written instruction.

Sample is done in Spun Right Round Merino Worsted, which is sadly discontinued. When looking for a substitute, I'd suggest a multi-ply light worsted wool yarn (acrylic also works up well!)

Errata Link

Sizes Available: Four

Leg Circumference: 10 (11.5, 13, 14.5) inches, (25.5, 29, 33, 37 cm)

Materials Required:

Yarn: 168 to 242 yards (154 to 221 meters) of light worsted yarn.


  • 3.25 mm/ US 3 *circular needles or double-pointed needles for working in the round on a small circumference.


Gauge for Pattern:

22 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in stocking stitch

Techniques Used:

  • long-tail cast on
  • increases: m1l, yo
  • decreases: k2tog, k2togtbl
  • working small circumferences in the round
  • cable cast off

Pattern Usage: 

You may not re-distribute this PDF.

While you may teach a knitting class using this pattern, each student in the class must purchase a copy. However, if you would like to purchase discounted copies of the pattern in bulk for a class, please contact me for details.

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Newest Update: January 3, 2024

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Photo Credit: Stephanie Wallace

Image Descriptions; 

1) Someone wearing a sky blue boot topper knit in worsted yarn; with lace eyelets visible

2)A close up of a diamond lace mesh pattern, knit in sky blue worsted-weight yarn

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