Boot Cuffs-Free Patterns


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3 free patterns for boot cuffs.  2 knit and 1 crochet.  It’s my first attempt at a knit patterns.  The patterns are mainly basic skills in knit nd easy to intermediate for the crochet pattern.

Knit Boot Cuff-checkerboard  6” x 10”

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Supplies: 50 grams Rowan Yorkshire Tweed-Aran #417/Lot 19G4, #9 needles

Gauge: 16 sts = 4’, 23 rows = 4”

Directions-Make 2.

cast on 48

Row 1-6: k1, p1, across

Rows 7-12: k6, p6 , across

Rows 13-18: p6, k6 , across

Rows 19-24: repeat rows 1-6

Rows 25-30: repeat rows 7-12.

Rows 31-36: repeat rows 1-6     bind off at end or row 36  Sew back seam, weave in ends.

Crochet Boot Cuff-textured  6” x 10”

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Supplies: H/8/5mm, I/9/5.5mm Crochet Hook, 50 grams Rowan Yorkshire Tweed-Aran #417/Lot 19G4, yarn needle.

Stitches Used: ch(chain), slst (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), dc (double crochet) fpdc (front post double crochet), bpdc (back post double crochet).

Front Post Double Crochet: (fpdc): Yo hook, insert hook from front to back to front around post of indicated st, yo hook, pull up lp, [yo hook, pull through 2 lps] twice.

Back Post Double Crochet: (bpdc): Yo hook, insert hook from back to front to back around post of indicated st, yo hook, pull up lp, [yo hook, pull through 2 lps] twice.

Unless noted otherwise, always skip the st behind the fpdc and the st in front of the bpdc.

Gauge: 16 sc = 4”, 23 sc rows = 4”

Directions-make 2:

Rnd 1: with H hook, ch42, careful not to twist, join with slst to beginning ch, ch2 (counts as beginning dc in following rnd.), do not turn.

Rnd 2: dc in next 41 ch, join around post of beginning dc, ch2, do not turn.  42dc

Rnd 3: bpdc in next dc, *fpdc in next dc, bpdc in next dc*, repeat from *to* 19 times. join around post of beginning dc, ch2, do not turn.  42dc

Rnd 4: repeat Rnd. 3, join to top of beginning dc, ch1, do not turn.  42dc

Rnd. 5: with I hook, sc, ch1, dc in first st, skip next 2 dc, *sc, ch1, dc in next dc, skip next 2 dc*, repeat from *to* 12 times, join to beginning sc, ch1, turn.

Rnd. 6: skip first dc, slst in next ch-1sp, ch1, sc, ch1, dc in same sp, *sc, ch1, dc in next ch-1sp*, repeat from *to* 12 times, join to beginning sc, ch1, turn.

Rnds. 7-9: repeat Rnd. 6.

Rnd. 10: repeat Rnd. 6, join to beginning sc, ch2 (counts as dc in next rnd), do not turn.

Rnd. 11-12: repeat Rnd. 3, join to top of beginning dc, fasten off at end of Rnd. 12.  42dc

Knit Boot Cuff-little cables 6” x 10”

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Supplies: 50 grams Rowan Yorkshire Tweed-Aran, #10 needles, yarn needle.

Gauge: 16 sts = 4’, 23 rows = 4”

Directions-Make 2.

cast on 42

Row 1: k2, p2 across.

Row 2: p2, k2 across

Rows 3-6: repeat alternating Rows 1 and 2.

Row 7: k across.

Row 8: p across.

Row 9: 6k, 6cable, 6k, 6cable, 6k, 6cable, 6k

Row 10: repeat row 8

Rows 11-12: repeat rows 7 and 8.

Rows 13-15: repeat rows 9-11

Row 16: repeat row 9.

Row 17: repeat row 8.

Row 18: repeat row 7.

Rows 19-24: repeat rows 1-6.

Bind off, sew back seam.

6 Comments on “Boot Cuffs-Free Patterns”


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  2. Julie Says:

    I am excited to try these cuffs all three patterns. Will post finished projects soon


  3. Fantastic! Can’t wait to see them!

  4. Peggy White Says:

    You need to correct your directions for lines 19-24-repeat rows 7-12 (not 1-6)and for rows 25-30 repeat rows 13-18 (not 7-12) in order for others to have their cuffs turn out like yours.


  5. Thank you for taking the time to give me the heads up! I’ll check it out and correct shortly. Carol

  6. Lisa Says:

    what is the right pattern for checkerboard boot cuff? Peggy White said there is a mistake it that true?
    Thank you.


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