Wanna know a secret? I loove wearing boots, but I only have a few pairs. To fill my boot fashion needs, I just learned to change my boots “outfit”. Tada!
Enter the boot cuff. This is a very basic, beginner friendly and yarn friendly project. By yarn friendly, I mean there’s plenty of wiggle room if you don’t have #4, unlike a lot of my other patterns.
Hope you enjoy dressing up those trusty winter boots with your new, handmade boot cuffs. Happy crocheting!
- #4 Medium weight yarn
- I used Lion brand TOUCH OF ALPACA #4 Medium weight yarn
- Crochet hook size 5 mm
- Yarn needle
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Stitches used & code
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- fl = front loop
- rep = repeat
- ” = inches
- Here’s the video tutorial for these boot cuffs
- The chains when you start will be the length of the boot cuff. The rows you made will be the circumference. If you want a longer boot cuff, just make more chains. If you want a bigger circumference, just add more rows.
Yarn needed : 140 yards of medium #4 yarn
Gauge : 20 st X 27 rows = 4″
Measurements : 8.14″ Circumference stretches out to 11″ X 6.8″ Tall
Row 1 : ch 35, 1 sl st into second ch from hook and each ch across. Total of 34 st
Row 2 : ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), 1 fl sl st into each st across. Total of 34 st
row 3 – 55 rep row 2
The end of row 55, cut the yarn and leave 10 – 16″ long tail, then use that tail to sew the edges together using any method you like. Weave all the ends.