Coronet Bold by Cheryl Niamath

Coronet Bold

November 2008
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette st
US 8 - 5.0 mm
This pattern is available for free.

These cuffs do double duty, keeping your ankles warm and making a playful fashion statement at the same time. Show them off with your boots or skates, make some for the Derby Girls in your life, or keep them quietly to yourself under your jeans. These cuffs are made from luxury yarns, but will last much longer than socks because there are no toes or heels to wear out.
There are two versions of this pattern, both based on the same stitch pattern idea, but each taking that idea in a different direction.

Coronet Light is a delicate, understated cuff with a scalloped top and a dimply texture. Made from a silk/wool blend, the cuffs are lightweight but warm.

Coronet Bold is quick to knit. A simpler project than Coronet Light, these cuffs are chunky with bobbles and ridges and really make a statement. Knit in soft, lofty baby alpaca, they’re perfect for fall and winter, or as holiday gifts.

Corrections to Coronet Bold:

Rnd 2: K1, kfbf, k1, sl k2tog psso, rep from to end of rnd.

Rnd 9: Same as second rnd