Easy Crocheted Boot Cuffs

I am making use of my last chunky pink yarn to make this boot cuffs. The yarn is similar to this one :

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The original pattern for this boot cuffs is from Shannon’s blog, but a lil change won’t hurt. Here’s her pattern :

what you’ll need:

yarn of your choicecoordinating crochet hookneedle to stitch in loose ends Pattern CH 40 (or how ever many stitches it takes for your chain to wrap around your leg snuggly in multiples of 3 + 1) row 1: CH 2, DC in first stitch and all stitches across, CH 2 & turnrow 2-7: DC in all stitches, CH 2 & turnrow 8: DC in all stitches, CH 1, turnrow 9: SC in all stitches, CH 1, turn…start of the lacey top…row 10: Starting with the first stitch *(DC, CH 2, DC) in same stitch, skip next 2, repeat from * around. End with a DC in last stitch. CH1 & turnrow 11: Work 4 SC into each of the CH 2 spaces across. Fold boot cuff in half and line up both short ends. SC the ends together, fasten off and weave in ends. Turn cuff right side out.Repeat all steps for second boot cuff.

……and here’s what I did 🙂 I made mine a row shorter and without the turning.

I Chained 37 with my pink yarn :20140921_212559

Row 1: CH 3, DC in first stitch and all stitches across, join in the first stitch.

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Rows 2-9: DC in all stitches, CH 3 & join in the first stitch.20140922_211925

Row 10: Chain 2, SC in all stitches.Join in the first stitch. I changed my yarn to a very nice softer one for the “lacey” top.20140924_220329

…start of the lacey top…

Row 11: Starting with the first stitch *(DC, CH 2, DC) in same stitch, skip next 2, repeat from * around. End with a DC in last stitch. CH 2.20140924_222406

Row 12: Work 4 SC into each of the CH 2 spaces across. Weave in ends.

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Fin. Make the other pair and enjoy!

 

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About atomickaleidoscope

A succinct and eclectic Electronics Engineer by profession although I preferred to teach as a passion. In this journey called life all i can say is : C'EST LA VIE ! CHEERS!
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