2-Hour Ribbed Boot Cuffs


2-Hour Ribbed Boot Cuffs

"You can never have too many boot cuffs, right? Especially when they take less than two hours to make. You can whip up a new pair to coordinate with any of your fall-favorite outfits. These also make excellent Christmas or Birthday Gifts! I created this pattern using one of my favorite boot cuff yarns, Lion Brand Wool-Ease. So why is this yarn my favorite for boot cuffs? Well, most importantly, I love the way it works up. It’s stretchy and provides excellent stitch definition (allows you to see each stitch). Aside from these desirable qualities, the only negative (for me) turns into a positive when making a boot cuff. I have a slight aversion to wool next to my skin; scratchy wool that is. So although you won’t find me working up a cowl in Wool-Ease, you can guarantee that the majority of my boot cuffs will be using this great yarn because they never touch my skin."


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge6 sts x 7 rows = 2? worked in pattern

Finished SizeYour finished boot cuff will fit calves measuring 11 in-13 in in circumference. When laying flat the boot cuffs will measure approximately 5.5 in wide and 4 in tall.

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These are quick to work up, dont take that much yarn, and completely customizable. You just work a Foundation Chain (I would work a Foundation Half Double instead) to fit around your calf. All the other stitches are worked in a spiral until you get the width you need. Easy peasy, and if youre still stuck, theres an embedded instructional video to help guide you.


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