Benevolent Boot Cuffs Free Crochet Pattern
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This is a very simple pattern perfect for beginners. These boot cuffs are easily adjustable to any size, and can be worn with nearly any outfit as long as you’re wearing boots, they would look rather strange on their own!
The only stitches you need to know are single crochet, and half-double crochet. This boot cuff is made by half-double crocheting the cuff, slip stitching it together, and then working around it in the round with single crochets to add the length, and then adding a crab stitch or reverse single crochet border around the bottom.
For this pattern I used Lion Brand’s Comfy Cotton Blend yarn, (you can get it HERE) one of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE yarns. I used the color whipped cream, the perfect pale cream color and its so soft, and the cotton content makes it also very durable. The other color combos are to die for, the next thing I’m designing is a scarf pattern made from the colorway Chai Latte so keep an eye out for that.
Anyways, let’s get started!
-1/2 skein of Comfy Cotton Blend yarn, or any other worsted weight yarn.
-5mm crochet hook
Sitches Used and Abbreviations
-sc: single crochet
-hdc: half-double crochet
-blo: back loop only
-rev sc: reverse sc or crab stitch, if you don’t know what that is there is an awesome tutorial HERE
Row 1: Ch 10, hdc in second ch from hook and each ch across, turn.
Row 2: ch 1, hdc in blo of next 8 stitches, hdc in both loops of the last st, turn.
Repeat row 2 until the band is long enough to wrap around your calf comfortably, I used 30 rows. Now fold your work in half and slst your ends together
at this point we’re going to flip our cuff so that the protruding part of the seam is facing away from us and sc around the edge of our ring.
Round 1: ch 1, sc around the edge, 2 sc in each dip, one in each ridge. See photo for stitch placement. slst into the first sc. see photo for stitch placement.
Round 2-20: ch 1, sc in each stitch around, slst into first sc.
Round 21: ch 1, rev sc in each stitch around slst into the first stitch (its hard but try your best) cut the yarn and tie off!
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