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Celtic Dream Crochet Boot Cuffs

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Updated May 11, 2017
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Celtic Dream Crochet Boot Cuffs
Celtic Dream Crochet Boot Cuffs
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Dress up your fall look with these Celtic Dream Crochet Boot Cuffs. Slip these on under any pair of tall boots for a quick and easy way to spice up your look. These crochet boot cuffs give the layered look without any extra bulk or weight making these boot cuff patterns perfect for early fall, when you don't need to completely bundle up. Work these up in any color you choose to match your favorite boots, or work up multiple pairs so you always have that pop of color when you go out. 

Intermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge14 stitches and 16 rows = 4" (10 cm) in sc

Finished SizeExtra Small (10" - 12"), Small (12" - 14"), Medium (14" - 16"), Large (16" - 18")

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn such as Red Heart With Love
  • 5.0 mm (H-8) and 6.0 mm (J-10) crochet hook or sizes needed to obtain the gauge
  • yarn needle for weaving in ends

Pattern

Extra Small

(10"- 12")  •  Finished Circumference = 10"  •  Finished Height = 6.5"

  1. Ribbed Cuff - The cuff is worked in rows and seamed together at the end. Leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming.
    With 5.0 mm hook
    Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each chain across, turn (11)
    Row 2: Working in BACK LOOPS only - Ch 1, sc in first stitch and each stitch across, turn (11)
    Row 3 - 36: Repeat Row 2 --- (After Row 11 your work should measure 3" x 3")
    You will now be working in the ends of the Rows to create the top portion of the cuff.

    Top Portion of Cuff - Change to 6.0 mm hook 
    Round 1: Ch 1, make 1 sc in the end of each row, bring the ends together and join in the first sc (36)
    Round 2: Ch 3, *skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, FPtrc in the 2 skipped stitches* repeat around, join in first FPtrc (36)
    Round 3: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working behind the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (36)
    Round 4: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working in front of the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (36)
    Round 5 - 7: Repeat Round 3 & 4, ending with a Repeat of Round 3
    Change to 5.0 mm hook:
    Round 8: Ch 1, FPsc in every stitch around (do not cross any stitches), join in first FPsc (36)
    Round 9: Ch 1, sc in each stitch around, join (36)
    The sl st edging may affect the stretchiness of the cuff – if you crochet tightly, I recommend using a larger hook
    Round 10: Loosely sl st around, join and fasten off (36)
    Use the starting tail to seam the ends of the ribbed cuff together. Weave in all ends. 

Small

(12"- 14")  •  Finished Circumference = 12.5"  •  Finished Height = 6.5"

  1. Ribbed Cuff - The cuff is worked in rows and seamed together at the end. Leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming.
    With 5.0 mm hook
    Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each chain across, turn (11)
    Row 2: Working in BACK LOOPS only - Ch 1, sc in first stitch and each stitch across, turn (11)
    Row 3 - 42: Repeat Row 2 --- (After Row 11 your work should measure 3" x 3")
    You will now be working in the ends of the Rows to create the top portion of the cuff.

    Top Portion of Cuff - Change to 6.0 mm hook
    Round 1
    : Ch 1, *make 2 sc in the end of the first row, sc in the next 20 rows* repeat once, bring the ends together and join in the first sc (44)
    Round 2: Ch 3, *skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, FPtrc in the 2 skipped stitches* repeat around, join in first FPtrc (44)
    Round 3: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working behind the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (44)
    Round 4: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working in front of the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (44)
    Round 5 - 7: Repeat Round 3 & 4, ending with a Repeat of Round 3
    Change to 5.0 mm hook:
    Round 8: Ch 1, FPsc in every stitch around (do not cross any stitches), join in first FPsc (44)
    Round 9: Ch 1, sc in each stitch around, join (44)
    The sl st edging may affect the stretchiness of the cuff – if you crochet tightly, I recommend using a larger hook
    Round 10: Loosely sl st around, join and fasten off (44)
    Use the starting tail to seam the ends of the ribbed cuff together. Weave in all ends. 

Medium

(14"- 16")  •  Finished Circumference = 14"  •  Finished Height = 6.5"

  1. Ribbed Cuff - The cuff is worked in rows and seamed together at the end. Leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming.
    With 5.0 mm hook
    Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each chain across, turn (11)
    Row 2: Working in BACK LOOPS only - Ch 1, sc in first stitch and each stitch across, turn (11)
    Row 3 - 48: Repeat Row 2 --- (After Row 11 your work should measure 3" x 3")
    You will now be working in the ends of the Rows to create the top portion of the cuff.

    Top Portion of Cuff - Change to 6.0 mm hook
    Round 1
    : Ch 1, make 1 sc in the end of each row, bring the ends together and join in the first sc (48)
    Round 2: Ch 3, *skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, FPtrc in the 2 skipped stitches* repeat around, join in first FPtrc (48)
    Round 3: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working behind the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (48)
    Round 4: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working in front of the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (48)
    Round 5 - 7: Repeat Round 3 & 4, ending with a Repeat of Round 3
    Change to 5.0 mm hook:
    Round 8: Ch 1, FPsc in every stitch around (do not cross any stitches), join in first FPsc (48)
    Round 9: Ch 1, sc in each stitch around, join (48)
    The sl st edging may affect the stretchiness of the cuff – if you crochet tightly, I recommend using a larger hook
    Round 10: Loosely sl st around, join and fasten off (48)
    Use the starting tail to seam the ends of the ribbed cuff together. Weave in all ends. 

Large

(16"- 18")  •  Finished Circumference = 16"  •  Finished Height = 6.5"

  1. Ribbed Cuff - The cuff is worked in rows and seamed together at the end. Leave a lengthy starting tail for seaming.
    With 5.0 mm hook
    Row 1: Ch 12, sc in 2nd ch from hook and each chain across, turn (11)
    Row 2: Working in BACK LOOPS only - Ch 1, sc in first stitch and each stitch across, turn (11)
    Row 3 - 54: Repeat Row 2 --- (After Row 11 your work should measure 3" x 3")
    You will now be working in the ends of the Rows to create the top portion of the cuff.

    Top Portion of Cuff - Change to 6.0 mm hook
    Round 1
    : Ch 1, *make 2 sc in the end of the first row, sc in the next 26 rows* repeat once, bring the ends together and join in the first sc (56)
    Round 2: Ch 3, *skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, FPtrc in the 2 skipped stitches* repeat around, join in first FPtrc (56)
    Round 3: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working behind the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (56)
    Round 4: Ch 3, skip first 4 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches, *working in front of the posts just made, FPtrc in the last 2 skipped stitches, skip 2 stitches, FPtrc in next 2 stitches* repeat from * around, join in first FPtrc (56)
    Round 5 - 7: Repeat Round 3 & 4, ending with a Repeat of Round 3
    Change to 5.0 mm hook:
    Round 8: Ch 1, FPsc in every stitch around (do not cross any stitches), join in first FPsc (56)
    Round 9: Ch 1, sc in each stitch around, join (56)
    The sl st edging may affect the stretchiness of the cuff – if you crochet tightly, I recommend using a larger hook
    Round 10: Loosely sl st around, join and fasten off (56)
    Use the starting tail to seam the ends of the ribbed cuff together. Weave in all ends.

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I've never tried wearing boot warmers but I always see their crochet patterns. Now I want to make my own pair to wear when I get the chance. It looks dressy, it adds class to the total look when used with the appropriate outfit. You can do these Celtic Dream Crochet Boot Cuffs in various colors for personal use, as gift, or for sale. Thanks for this free pattern.

I never really cared for boot warmers until recently, but they are quick to make. And, I love the pattern and texture of these, and they can be made in array of colors to match any outfit.

These seem like such a great way to add a pop of color to any outfit. They're perfect for any day you plan to be outside a lot.

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