Boot Cuff Pattern :D

1 Nov

Alright, I finally am getting around to what I said I would do a long time ago. Feel free to critique and question if you don’t understand something šŸ™‚ I’ll try to post some videos of certain parts that may be troublesome. No promises on that one, though. Note, I pretty much only use worsted for everything except infinity scarves. Red Heart, Caron, Vanna’s Choice, whatever you prefer.

 

Materials:

Worsted weight yarn (Don’t know how much, because I don’t have time to measure)

US H8 5.0 mm hook

 

Gauge: (forgive me if this isn’t perfect, I’ve never given the gauge any attention)

1×1 section of sc: 4 across, 3 rows

 

These were for 13″-15″ size. Adjust yours accordingly, in multiples of 3.

 

Ch 51

1. Sc around, slst to join (51)

2. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

3. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

4. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

5. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

6. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

7. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

8. Ch 1, sc around, slst to join (51)

9. Ch 2 *puff st (yo, through st, yo, through st, yo, through all on hook) ch 2, skip 2 sc, repeat from * around, slst to join (17 puffs)

10. Slst in each st of ch 2, slst in top of puff, *ch 2, puff st, repeat from * around, slst to join (17 puffs)

11. Slst in each st of ch 2, slst in top of puff, *ch 2, puff st, repeat from * around, slst to join (17 puffs)

12. Slst in each st of ch 2, slst in top of puff, *ch 2, puff st, repeat from * around, slst to join (17 puffs)

13. Sc around in back loop only, slst to join (51 sc) Do not work in the round the next 3 rows!

14. Ch 2, FPDC around, slst to join, ch 2, TURN.

15. BPDC around, slst to join, ch 2, TURN.

16. FPDC around, slst to join, ch 1.

17. Slst in each st around. Fasten off. Weave in ends.

Done!

 

Hopefully this isn’t a terrible experience for you. Share pictures of your finished product, please! Oh! Please feel free to sell your items, and share my pattern, but don’t claim it as your own!

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2 Responses to “Boot Cuff Pattern :D”

  1. Megan November 12, 2012 at 2:08 am #

    Hi, I’m fairly new to crocheting, but understand the stitches. My hang up with this pattern is if I sl st and then ch 1, isn’t that essentially adding another stitch? Should I be skipping a stitch after ch 1? The number at the end (51) is how many stitches I’m supposed to have at the end of each row, right? I had gotten to about row 5 and counted about 55 stitches! I’m confused! I appreciate your help!

    • releighf November 13, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

      Hi, Megan šŸ™‚ Yes, you can skip a stitch after you ch1. I usually just do the sc in the same space and ignore the ch1 when I join that round. I’ll try to get a video of that part up so you can see what I’m talking about. Hope this helps!

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