Easy Reversible Crochet Boot Cuffs

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Pattern for reversible crochet boot cuffs

Pattern for reversible crochet boot cuffs

Easy Reversible Crochet Boot Cuffs – One of my very favourite things about this time of year is being able to break out my boots.  Over the last season or two boot cuffs or boot toppers have really become popular and rightfully so, they really help showcase your beautiful boots. I’ve been wanting to purchase some boot cuffs for a while now but haven’t found anything fabulous so I decided just to make my own instead.  I created this design without any pattern (I’m thrilled they actually turned out). There may be better ways to make the boot cuff but this is what I came up with and actually I love them. *A special thanks to my husband for being so patient while I directed the photo shoot and he took the shots. You’re a good man!

Download Reversible Boot Cuff Pattern

Reversible Boot Cuff Pattern

Materials:

  • A soft medium weight yarn. I used Red Heart Soft in Light Grey Heather.
  • Crochet Hook – US J10/6 mm.
  • Yarn or tapestry needle
  • Scissors

Basic Boot Cuff Directions:

Ch = chain, sl st = slip stitch, sc = single crochet, dc = double crochet, tr = treble crochet (U.S.)

  1. Part 1: Ribbed side of the boot cuff. Ch 13 and then ch 2 in the last stitch from the hook.  Dc in every other stitch in the row until you’re at the end of the row. Turn and ch 2 and then sc in each stitch until you’re at the end of the row.  Turn and carry on alternating a row of dc followed by a row of sc.  Keep going until you’ve reached your desired width.  Keep wrapping the piece around your leg in the knee/calf area to see what is the best size.  The cuff should be snug enough so that it doesn’t fall down your leg but not too tight that it’s difficult to get over your pants. For reference mine was 13 inches wide (I have pretty thick calves).  If these are for someone else, you’ll have to measure their legs before you start making the cuffs.
  2. Part 2: Textured side of the boot cuff. Ch 16 and then ch 2 in the last stitch from the hook. Tr in the next stitch, sc in the next stitch and alternate these 2 stitches for the rest of the row.  Turn and ch 2 and then going into the last sc from the previous row, tr and then sc in the next stitch and keep alternating between these 2 stitches for the rest of the row. Hint: your tr should always be going into a sc stitch from the previous row and your sc should always be going into a tr from the previous row.  Keep up this pattern until this piece is as long as the ribbed part of the cuff. Fasten off and weave in ends.
  3. Now using your yarn or tapestry needle, cut a long piece of yarn and carefully sew together the two parts of the cuff along the longest sides (see photo below). When the long side is complete, sew together the two short sides.  Weave in any loose ends.
  4. Follow the instructions above and create another boot cuff for the other leg.

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~ Jamey

Easy pattern to make your own crochet your own boot toppers.

Easy pattern to crochet your own boot toppers.

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9 Comments

9 Comments on Easy Reversible Crochet Boot Cuffs

  1. Jeanine
    October 25, 2013 at 5:16 PM (1 year ago)

    Ohh thank you ever SOO much for sharing this tutorial! You just saved me a whopping $50.00!!!! I look forward to many more of your great shares!

    Reply
  2. Lori_B
    October 30, 2013 at 4:32 AM (1 year ago)

    About how many rows of each did you do ?

    Reply
    • Jamey
      October 30, 2013 at 8:35 AM (1 year ago)

      I made them 13″ long and then sewed it together but you should be making it to the size of your calf/knee area (or the correct size of the person you’re making it for).
      ~ Jamey

      Reply
  3. Mary C
    November 5, 2013 at 6:33 AM (1 year ago)

    How long did these take you to make? I’ve never done crochet before, but I’m wanting to learn.

    Reply
    • Jamey
      November 11, 2013 at 11:45 AM (1 year ago)

      Hi Mary,

      Hard to say as I just exactly as I kind of pick away at them when ever I get a spare moment. I’m sure you could finishing them in a weekend though.
      ~ Jamey

      Reply
  4. susan
    November 30, 2013 at 7:38 AM (1 year ago)

    what do you mean by “ch 2 in the last stitch from the hook” after the initial chain? these are going to be my sisters first crochet project and i want her to succeed. they are cute as all get out! thanks for sharing your talent!

    Reply
    • Jamey
      December 2, 2013 at 7:03 PM (1 year ago)

      Hi Susan. So after you’ve created your 13 chains, go back into the 12th chain and then do 2 chain stitches into that stitch and then continue in that same direction for the rest of the row. I hope that helps.
      ~ Jamey

      Reply
  5. Patricia
    December 19, 2013 at 8:39 PM (12 months ago)

    Wow Jamey,

    These are simple beautiful! I will try to make them for one of my friends as a Christmas gift. Many thanks for sharing the pattern! =)

    Happy Holiday!

    Patricia in Montreal

    Reply
  6. Paula
    October 14, 2014 at 11:39 AM (2 months ago)

    I made these. Super easy and fun. Turned out great!

    Reply

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