Double Crochet Boot Cuffs Tutorial

Hi guys!  I had so much fun writing the ear warmer tutorial, I decided to write another pattern! It’s fall, and that means dressing warm!  Sweaters, hats, scarfs, and boots/boot cuffs are all in season right now!  This boot cuff pattern will show you how to create an amazing pair of boot cuffs that will rock your autumn outfits!  The pattern is not printable and it uses the American double crochet stitch.  Sorry there aren’t many pictures, I just didn’t have the time to put them.  Enjoy!

Difficulty Level

Based on the fact that this pattern has no pictures, and it uses the double crochet stitch, I’d give this pattern a 5/10 difficulty level.

Supplies

You will need:

Abbreviations

  • Dc = Double Crochet
  • Ch = Chain

Pattern

  1. Make a slip knot
  2. Ch 25 (Row 1)
  3. Skip 3 ch then dc 1 into every stitch (Row 2)
  4. Ch 3 then turn your work
  5. Dc 1 into every stitch (Row 3)
  6. Repeat steps 4-5 until your work can stretch around your calf (Row 4+)
  7. Tie off then cut your yarn 1.5-3 feet
  8. Use your yarn needle to sew the 2 short ends of your work together
  9. Tie off and cut yarn yarn 4-7 inches
  10. Weave in your ends
  11. Repeat steps 1-10 to create your second boot cuff

Pricing

If you’re using acrylic yarn, I’d suggest selling a pair for $12-$16, and if you’re using wool/special yarn, I’d sell a pair for $18-$22.

And voila!  You have just created a beautiful pair of boot cuffs!  Thank you so much for reading my pattern!  If you enjoyed, feel free to share this on social media or pin this on social media!  More posts to come!  As always, happy crocheting!

P.S. Happy late Halloween!

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