The Millie Boot Cuff

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The Millie Boot Cuff Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • SC
  • DC
  • cross stitch (instruction included in the pattern

Pattern Description:

This listing is for a crochet PATTERN for The Millie Boot Cuffs, part of my San Francisco Collection.

These chunky boot cuffs are crocheted with two strands together to create their unique look and texture. They are adorable, quick, and so easy to work up! The perfect quickly made gift!
With each design pattern, I aim for simplicity, wearability, and the kind of timeless appeal that makes a hand crocheted item something to treasure and make an heirloom piece.
All patterns written in standard US terms.

Includes three sizes:
-Toddler: 7" circumference, 5" long
-Child: 10" circumference, 5" long
-Adult: 14" circumference, 5" long
Uses any worsted two weight yarns.
Very easy to work up-instruction for special stitches are included in the pattern.

All pictures, designs, and patterns are copyright Naturally Nora Crochet (c)


-5 SC, 4 rows= 2"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • -Toddler: 7" circumference, 5" long -Child: 10" circumference, 5" long -Adult: 14" circumference, 5" long


  • -Any two worsted weight yarns to use simultaneously for warmer (40-50 yards each) -J (6.0 mm) Hook -Tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

80 yards of Worsted weight

About Designer

About Designer

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I'm Nicole. Mine are the creative hands behind Naturally Nora Crochet. Come visit the Naturally Nora Crochet blog:
My designs reflect my penchant for earthy, vintage styling. Every piece is cultivated and refined with a child I love in mind, particularly my own daughters. My little natural beauties are always refreshing my imagination.

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