SCALLOPED Boot Cuffs Crochet Pattern

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SCALLOPED Boot Cuffs Crochet Pattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain, double crochet, slip stitch, front post/back post double crochet

Pattern Description:

This listing is for my SCALLOPED BOOT CUFFS CROCHET PATTERN (not the finished item)

I absolutely LOVE the way these boot cuffs turned out, so simple and very trendy!

If you would like a finished item, please convo me.

Skill level: Easy/Advanced must know basic stitches.
Made using Sport Weight Yarn (#3) in any thickness.

Stitches Used- ch (chain), sc (single crochet), dc (double crochet), bpdc/fpdc (back/front post double crochet), slip stitch (sl st)

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Please note:

** This pattern is Copyright created and designed by Bouquet Beanies. This pattern is not for resale and does not includes resale rights. Reproducing and distributing this pattern and photographs in any form (including selling, sharing, trading, or posting of this pattern on any web site) is strictly prohibited.

Sales of items are permitted however I ask that you please link them back to this listing.


15st = 4"; 7 rows dc = 4".

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • one size


  • sport weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • I hook (5.50mm)

About Designer

About Designer

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I?ve been crocheting since I was about 13 years old and designing patterns for several years. My 1st crochet pattern book, "Blooming Crochet Hats ~ 10 Colorful Designs with 10 Mix-and-Match Accents" is available for pre-order with a release date of May 13/14. My 2nd book (title will be released soon) is due to be released on Oct. 14/14. Order yours today!

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