Yes, this boot cuff pattern is crochet!
So this is the deal, I need new boots. So, I’ve been shopping around for styles that I love and they’ve been pretty much running the length of my leg.
Basically, I’m in love with boots of every height, but boot cuffs usually only fit one height, the most common height being calf height.
In pops this idea “what if I could have a boot cuff that was totally adjustable without extra effort?”
Here they are! These super warm, and easy to make boot cuffs can be worn at ankle, lower calf or upper calf height. . . they can even be worn thigh high because of the stretch you get!
These are my favorite and I’ll be whipping up a few pairs for friends & family this holiday season. . . even if I fall behind, they are so easy to make, I know I can do it and so can you!
Enjoy the pattern!
- 5.5mm Crochet Hook
- 1 Skein Worsted Weight Yarn
- Tapestry needle
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- rep = repeat
- st(s) = stitch/stitches
- beg = beginning
- blo = back loop only
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- The width and length can be adjusted as necessary by adding to the chain and rows
- Crochet as loosely & as evenly as possible to get the best results
- Adjust hook size if you’re a tight crocheter
Instructions (make 2)
Row 1 – sl st in 2nd ch from hk, sl st in each sh across, ch 1, turn (24)
Row 2 – sl st in blo of each st across, ch 1, turn
Rep row 2 until piece measures 10 inches.
Fold piece in half (so you have vertical rows), sl st in bl of front st and open lp of opposite side stitch across
Bind off, weave in ends, enjoy!