Winter Park Crochet Boot Cuffs Pattern

When the weather starts to turn cold, it is time to whip up some warm accessories. It becomes boot season, but sometimes those boots do not fit as snug as you would like and your legs can still get cold. This is the perfect time to make a few stylish crochet boot cuffs to fill that gap and add a little pizzazz to your outfit.

Crochet boot cuffs not only make a wonderful quick project, but can make a great last minute gift. You can even make it more special by making the whole set! I have made a pair of matching fingerless mitts to go with these boot cuffs. My friend Donna from Naztazia even made a the matching Winter Park Scarf (coming soon) with the same stitch pattern. Here scarf is a single color, so you can see what it looks like both solid and multi-color. Make all three pieces to look coordinated and stylish. Plus all the patterns have video tutorials!

Winter Park Scarf by Naztazia

The Yarn: Heatwave

Since the goal of this project was a quick way to keep warm, we thought the Heatwave by Red Heart would be a choice. This yarn comes in many vibrant colors and keeps you nice and toasty as the weather gets colder.

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Winter Park Crochet Boot Cuffs

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Materials Needed

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57 yd or 1 oz of Red Heart Heat Wave, Blue Sky
57 yd or 1 oz of Red Heart Heat Wave, Radio Gray
Crochet Hook, Size H, 5.0mm 
Yarn Needle
Scissors 
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Stitches and Abbreviations

Ch – Chain
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Dc2Tog – Double Crochet Two Stitches Together
Dc3Tog – Double Crochet Three Stitches Together
St(s) – Stitches
Slst – Slip Stitch

For part of this pattern we will be working into the third loop. If this is a new technique for you then check out this video tutorial.

Difficulty Level – Intermediate

Gauge and Finished Size

Gauge – 7 Hdc x 6 rows = 2″
Final Size – The boot cuffs pattern has two sizes the smaller size fits a 13.5″ at mid calf and the large size fits a 16″ at mid calf.

Crochet Boot Cuffs Video Tutorial

Learn to crochet a quick set of crochet boot cuffs and fingerless mitts with this free crochet pattern and video tutorials by Winding Road Crochet. #crochetbootcuffs #crochetmitts

Winter Park Crochet Boot Cuffs Pattern

Notes:
– Written in US terms.
– Do not treat your turning chain as a stitch.
– Do not work your last stitch into the turning Chain.
-Ch 3 turning chain acts as a Ch2 turning chain and a Ch1 space. 
-Designed to fit a size 13.5 inch and 16 inch at the widest part of the calf. Larger size is instructions are in parenthesis.

Using Grey. (Make 2)
Ch 41 (59)

R1: Hdc in third Ch, Hdc in next 38 (56) Ch. Slst to first Hdc.

R2-3: Ch1, Hdc in 3rd loop in next 39 (57) Sts. Slst to first Hdc.

Change Color to Teal.

R4: Ch3, *Dc3tog  into 3rd loop, Ch2* repeat from *to* a total of 13(19) times, Ch1, SlSt to Ch3.

R5: Ch2, turn, 2Dc into Ch1 Space, *3Dc into Ch2 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 13(19) times, Dc into Ch1 Space, SlSt to first Dc.

R6: Ch2, turn, Dc into first St, Ch2, *Dc3tog, Ch2* repeat from *to* a total of 12(18) times , Dc2tog, SlSt to first Dc.

R7: Ch2, turn, *3Dc into Ch2 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 13(19) times . SlSt to first DC.

R8: Ch3, Turn. *Dc3Tog, Ch2* repeat from *to* a total of 13(19) times , Ch1, SlSt to Ch3.

Change color to Grey.

R9: Ch2, 2Hdc into Ch1 Space, *3Hdc into Ch2 Space* repeat from *to* a total of 12(18) times , Hdc into Ch1 Space. SlSt to first Hdc.

From now on you will not turn your work.

R10-11: Ch1, Hdc in 3rd loop in next 39 (57) Sts. Slst to first Hdc.

Fasten off and weave in your ends. 

Using your starting tail to sew shut the bottom of your first row. Make a second boot cuff and your are ready to have a stylish winter.

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1 Comment

  1. Dew Worrell

    December 9, 2019 at 1:50 pm

    Love this pattern I made boot cuffs for Christmas 2 years ago and they done from a book and I was always second guessing if it was right or wrong. So I’m so glad you have a video to help with the stitches and knowing the front loop is third stitch when doing crocheting on flat stitches.

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