Materials: I/9 (5.5 mm) crochet hook, yarn needle, scissors
Yarn: Approximately 100 yards of Worsted Weight yarn. Sample shown using Yarn Bee Effervesce.
Sizes: Small (13-14”) and Large (15-16”). Written as Small (Large).
Gauge: 7 HDC and 5 Rows = 2”
Stitch Guide: CH - chain, DC - double crochet, HDC - half double crochet, SL ST - slip stitch, ST - stitch
- The CH-1 at the beginning of each round does NOT count as a st.
- Cuffs are worked in rows, then joined with a seam, and topped off with one round of shells/scallops.
- Measure your leg where the boot cuffs will be worn to determine which size you should make.
Instructions (make 2):
CH 16 (18).
Row 1: HDC in 2nd CH from hook and in each CH across, CH 1, turn. [15 (17) HDC]
Row 2—28 (32): HDC in BL of each ST across, CH 1, turn. [15 (17) HDC]
Join cuff end-to-end and SL ST through first and last row to form circle. Do not fasten off.
Turn cuff right-side-out and CH 1.
Last Round: Work 5 DC into 1st ridge (SEE PIC), SL ST into next ridge, (5 DC into next ridge, SL ST into next ridge) around, join to the CH-1 and fasten off. Weave in all ends.
- Other yarns that will work well: I Love This Yarn, Red Heart Soft, Vanna’s Choice, Cascade 220
- Use any “border” for the top of the cuffs that you prefer. Lots of cute afghan edgings would work well here.
- You can create child size cuffs by working the Small Cuffs with an H hook.
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