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Crochet Boot Cuffs - Free Pattern

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As much as I love summer, I am pretty much always ready for the cooler evenings that come with Fall. The crisp air, the leaves falling down from trees while on a picnic, a stroll around the park...everything is just perfect to get out the boots and dress them up with comfortable crochet boot cuffs. 

This has been one of my most favorite patterns thus far. I especially like this pattern because of the ridges that add so much texture, plus it makes the cuff fit snuggly around the leg. It also adds extra warmth. 

Materials to Crochet Boot Cuffs 

Vanna's Choice has some of the best yarn, very affordable, wears well, lasts long, feels good, and looks good!!!!  You could make several pairs of boot cuffs using Vanna's Choice. Great option for Christmas gifts!!! 

Available at craft stores, Amazon has some of the best prices and stock in colors! 



Crochet Hooks

For this project, I recommend using a G or H hook like the Clover ones. This hook is so comfortable!!!

Related: Crochet Essential Tools 

FREE Crochet Boot Cuffs Pattern

Chain 20

Skip 2, HDC across (18), Ch. 2, turn
Now work 1 HDC on each stitch (not your ch.) on the back loop only.

Continue working your piece until it measures 10 in.
Now on the corner, work 2 sc in the corner, 1 sc in each stitch. Ch. 1 and turn.

1 sc on each stitch for 4 rows.  Ch. 1 and turn at the end of each row.

This boot cuff will fit around a leg circumference of 16 in. It's pretty stretchy.

Assemble Boot Cuffs

Sew together two ends and work your way over. Make sure you do leave a gap to insert leg. 

Hope you like this pattern. Leave a comment below! 


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