Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs


Get in touch with some new crochet stitches by working up these Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs. The perfect fall wearable, crochet boot cuffs are fun to make and comfortable to wear. The cable stitch and bobble stitch are both used to make this boot cuff pattern, which can give you a little bit of a challenge if you've never used them before. The crochet pattern looks super cute and fun, and you have a new accessory to go with your gorgeous boots this season. Try these new crochet stitches to make some creative new crochet boot cuffs!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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I love how boot cuffs look even though I pretty much cant use them. Despite my dad being from Texas, my feet arent really made for boots so Im pretty much limited to the hiking variety. My sister, on the other hand, has no qualms whatsoever about pairing her cuff with shiny black combat boots. This project looks like another pair for her fashion collection.

I like that I can make most likely two pair from one skein of this yarn being used for the Cables and Bobbles boot cuffs. I would absolutely have to have these in black and a gray. What a wonderful gifting option for teachers at my kiddo's school, instead of candy or something of the sort. It's much more personal, I think. And something made with my own two hands makes it so.

I like this pattern for the Cables and Bobbies Boot Cuffs. The written pattern is well written and easy to understand. I like her directions for making the cables, she writes it out so any one can understand it. I think cables add a nice touch to crochet patterns, making them nice a thick. I was thinking of making mine a little longer then 9 rows, maybe 12 or 15 rows. These will work work great for when I wear my cowboy boots that tend to hurt the back of my leg when I walk. I wish there was a print tab, but there isn't, so I just saved the pattern page. Thank you for sharing this free crochet pattern.


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