This basic boot cuffs crochet pattern works up quickly and they are perfect for markets. I have been wanting another quick low cost make for my markets in addition to scrunchies (I use Mollie of White Owl Crochet Co’s scrunchies pattern BTW). Boot cuffs seemed like an easy choice! I looked online for a simple and quick pattern but couldn’t find one I loved so I made one.
This pattern is made with worsted weight (I love this yarn from hobby lobby) because I wanted it to match the colors of my beanies perfectly. To make the pattern work up quickly (and add extra warmth) I decided to make it double stranded. I hope that you guys find this pattern as enjoyable to make as I do, and it becomes a shop staple for markets and online sales!
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Yarn: Hobby Lobby I Love this Yarn
Yarn Substitutes: bernat super save, love crafts paintbox yarns, any weight 4 yarn should work. You could also do single stranded bulky yarns.
Hook: 10mm hook
CH – Chain
SS – Slip Stitch
SC – Single Crochet
SCblo – Single Crochet back loop only
You can increase the leg hole size by adding additional rows as needed. You can also decrease the leg hole size by decreasing the number of rows.
To increase the height of your basic boot cuffs, add additional starting chains.
Pattern is made in a flat panel and then seamed together to create the boot cuff
Yarn is worked double stranded (using two strands of your worsted weight yarn) or single stranded if using a bulky yarn.
Basic Boot Cuffs Crochet Pattern
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Short Version (yarn double stranded): CH 12
Long Version (yarn double stranded): Ch 16
Row 1: SC in the second Ch and each ch down the row. CH 1 and turn.(11 or 15)
Row 2: SCblo in each stitch down the row. Ch 1 and turn.
Row 3 – 19: repeat row 2
Fold your work so that the working edge and starting ch are aligned. SS your working row and starting chain row together.
Tie off and weave in ends.
Repeat for second cuff and you are done!