JUNE 22, 2020
I know it's only the beginning of summer but I couldn't help but design some Boot Cuffs. I was looking through my Pinterest boards for outfit inspiration and it's clear to me that fall is my favorite season for fashion. My clothing ideas board is full of skinny jeans, boots, scarves... I love all of it! Stay tuned for the pattern for my matching Arm Warmers. These Boot Cuffs are a great pattern for beginner crocheters. They work up super fast and you only need to know how to make single crochet (sc) and double crochet (dc) stitches. Super easy!
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- crochet hooks: E 3.5mm and G 4mm
- yarn: worsted weight (#4). I used Red Heart Super Saver in Aran Fleck
- tapestry needle
- locking stitch markers
- buttons (x2)
dc= double crochet
sc= single crochet
8 dc= 2 inches
5 rounds= 2 inches
- cuff is worked from the top down
- the brim is worked flat in rows and then joined in the round
- the cuff is worked in the round
- the ch 2 at the beginning of each round does NOT count as a stitch
Use your E 3.5mm hook for the ribbing.
Row 1: ch 11, sc in 2nd ch from the hook and in each rem ch, turn 
Rows 2- 45: ch 1, sc in each st in the BACK LOOPS ONLY, turn 
Wrap the ribbing around your leg just below the knee to make sure it is long enough. You can always add more rows but keep in mind the ribbing will stretch. Mine ended up being around 10.5 inches long.
Join your work in the round.
Switch to your G 4mm hook.
Rnd 1: ch 2, dc once in each row of the ribbing, join.  Since you have 45 rows of ribbing, you should have 45 dc at the end of round 1 . If you made more or less rows, you will have more or less dc stitches.
Rnds 2-7: ch 2, dc in each st, join 
Rnd 8: ch 1, sc in each st, join and fasten off 
Use a tapestry needle to sew the seam of the brim.
Sew your buttons to the sides of the ribbing.
You are all done! I hope you enjoyed this pattern. I love ♥ when you guys share pictures and tag me. It's pretty amazing to see you guys crocheting my designs, especially when you guys add your own creative twists. Lots of talent and creativity out there! Tag me on Instagram (lovable_loops) or Facebook to share your pictures and I'll share your photo to my stories!
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