Monday, February 3, 2014

CROCHET PATTERN - Scalloped Boot Cuffs

Scalloped Boot Cuffs are very popular right now!  I know there are several other patterns similar to this out there already, but I had a hard time finding one that wasn't full of errors, and included sizing for people with fat calves (like me!)  So I wrote up my own version, and I hope you will enjoy it!

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”

Difficulty:  Easy

Stitch Guide:  CH - chain, DC - double crochet, HDC - half double crochet, SL ST - slip stitch, ST - stitch

  1. The CH-1 at the beginning of each round does NOT count as a st.
  2. Cuffs are worked in rows, then joined with a seam, and topped off with one round of shells/scallops.
  3. 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 Suggestions:
  • 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.

 © 2014/2015 Danyel Pink.  You may sell what you make, but please credit Danyel Pink Designs for the pattern. You may NOT resell the pattern, distribute it in any form, post it elsewhere online, or alter it to claim it as your own. Please provide a link back to my blog instead.  Contact me with any questions or for pattern support.

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