Keep warm (and stylish) with these cute and easy crocheted boot cuffs. A great beginner crochet project and also a great way to use up some extra yarn. These crochet warmers are made with a simple half double crochet stitch. Stitching in the back of the stitch gives the cool ribbed look, making them look like knitted boot warmers. Check out more free crochet patterns and these crochet patterns to keep your hook busy!
These boot cuffs are a really great project, they look super cute and the best part is they are easy to make!
Crochet Boot Cuff Supplies
Yarn: Any Medium Worsted Weight Yarn, I have used both Acrylic and Wool. Just choose a yarn that you really like. Don’t limit yourself!
Crochet Hook: Size J/6mm
Half Double Crochet (HDC)
How to Crochet Boot Cuffs
First row: Loosely Chain 25 stitches
Second row: Skip two stitches (this makes your first Half Double Crochet) Then HDC in each stitch
Third row: CH 2 stitches, (this makes your first HDC). HDC into the back part of the loops across the whole row. (Crocheting into the back part of the stitches will give you the ribs)
Rows 4 – 24: Continue the rest of the boot cuff by repeating the instructions for the third row.
Finish: Tie off the end and then use your yarn needle to sew the ends together. Weave in the ends of Yarn.
Notes: You can make the boot cuffs wider of narrower. I did 24 rows which fits around the widest part of my calf that is 13.5”. It is okay if it is tight because they will stretch out as you wear them.
Half Double Crochet Video Instruction
Half Double Crochet
Make a foundation chain one chain more than the number of half double crochet stitches called for. Skip first 2 chain stitches (will count as the turning chain). Yarn over hook once, insert hook from front to back in the center of the third chain from the hook.
Yarn over, draw the yarn through the chain (3 loops on hook).
Yarn over, draw through 3 loops on hook (one half double crochet complete).
Yarn over, insert hook in the center of next chain, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, yarn over, draw yarn through 3 loops on hook. Repeat across to end of foundation chain.
To begin the second row, turn your work. Chain two for the turning chain.
Skip the first half double crochet below the turning chain. Yarn over, insert hook from front to back under the top 2 loops of the next half double crochet in the row below, yarn over, draw yarn through stitch, yarn over, draw yarn through 3 loops on hook (first half double crochet complete). Repeat this step in each half double crochet across and in the top of the turning chain at the end of the row.
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