Crochet Boot Cuff Pattern

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Crochet Boot Cuff Pattern
Crochet Boot Cuff Pattern

Crochet Boot Cuff Pattern

This is the first crochet boot cuff pattern I ever wrote, and it is one of the items pictured in Knotted Mom’s feature photo.  This boot cuff pattern has been thoroughly tested and is perfect for beginners searching for a first clothing item to crochet.  The sizing for this pattern is designed to fit most children, but there are changes included with the stitch multiple for larger sizes.  Feel free to share pictures of your completed boot cuffs below!  If you’d like to purchase these boot cuffs handmade by me please visit my Etsy shop or email me at clrinaldi1989@gmail.com.

The Pattern

Please note: this pattern is written in US crochet terms.

Materials

1 Ball Red Heart Super Saver (or similar acrylic yarn) in desired color

Hook G/6 – 4.25 mm

Yarn needle

Gauge

Finished product should be 4.25 inches wide and 3.25 inches tall from bottom to highest point when following the original size provided.

Size

One size fits most 12 months-5t, changes provided to customize your size.

Boot Cuff Sizing Chart
Adult Size Guidelines for Boot Cuffs/Leg Warmers

Stitches Used

Ch, sl st, sc, dc

Abbreviations

Ch = chain, slst = slip stich, sc = single crochet, dc = double crochet, st(s) = stitch(es), sp(s) = space(s), * = repeat whatever follows as indicated

Instructions

Pattern is worked in multiples of four.  To create a boot cuff perfectly sized for you, create a chain that will wrap completely around your leg where the top of your boot ends.  Add the number of chains needed to have a multiple of 4 (28, 32, 36, 40, etc)

Foundation: Ch 32, slst in first ch to form a ring.

Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as first dc here and throughout), dc into next ch and each ch around, sl st in top of beginning ch 3 (32 dc)

Rounds 2-3: Ch 3, dc in each ch around, slst in top of ch 3 (32 dc)

Round 4: Ch 4 (counts as first dc, ch 1), *sk next st, dc in next st, ch 1, repeat from * around, sl st in third ch of beginning ch 4 (16 dc and 16 ch-1 sps)

Round 5: Ch 8 (counts as first sl st, ch 7), *sk next ch, dc, and following ch, sl st in next dc, ch 7, repeat from * around, sl st in first ch from beginning ch 8 (8 ch-7 sps)

Round 6: Sl st into ch-7 sp, ch 1 (does not count as first sc), 7 sc in each ch-7 sp around, sl st in first sc, finish off.  (56 sc)

Use yarn needle to weave in all ends.

You can download a printer-friendly version here Crochet Boot Cuff Pattern

Julia modeling this crochet boot cuff pattern
Julia modeling this crochet boot cuff pattern
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26 thoughts on “Crochet Boot Cuff Pattern

  1. Pretty boot cuff. Do you have or know of any standard sizing chart? I want to make cuffs for a couple of gifts. One would need very much to be a plus size. The other in the junior miss category.

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  2. Thank you for your kind gesture. Certainly will help individuals like myself who at the moment cannot afford to purchase patterns. My concern however is that a source of income for you will no longer be there so will this affect you adversely? Sometimes when we close a door a better one opens. I would love your thoughts on this.

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    1. When I sold patterns on Etsy, I made only enough to cover my supplies. I’ve since taken on a job for a local magazine publication (Around the Panhandle) which has covered far more than the offset. I may eventually earn money through advertising on YouTube or Wordads if all goes well. Only time will tell.

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  3. I never shop or go into Etsy. But I am very happly that you shared this beautiful pattern! I will attempt to make a pair. Have a very Merry Christmas and may you get your generosity back twofold!

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  4. Thank you I am on a fixed income and I appreciate you giving patterns for free. I love to crochet and this definitely helps me be able to get patterns. Merry Christmas and thank you.

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  5. I think you sharing your patterns on this site is great. Thank you so much for I am on of those on a fixed income and I love to experiment with patterns and sharing my craft with those I love and those I will never meet. You see I crochet for charities too. ❤

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