10 Fast & FREE Crochet Boot Cuff Patterns

Believe it or not, fall is almost here! Prepare for cooler temps by stitching up a few crochet boot cuffs! They’re quick to make, they’re perfectly portable project. they can use up your stash and they make great gifts!

Best of all, these crochet boot cuff patterns are all free!

Fast and easy crochet boot cuff pattern

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1. Fast & Easy Crochet Boot Cuffs

Suitable for a beginner, these boot cuffs are easier than they look. You only need to know basic single crochets and double crochets. They look great in a marled or tweedy yarn and are finished with two buttons on the side.

Crochet boot cuff pattern Own boot cuff

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2. Owl Crochet Boot Cuffs

This free pattern is ideal for a crocheter with some experience in post stitches. The basic construction of the boot cuff is easy, but the stitches required to make the lovely raised owl motif require a bit of practice. The beaded eyes are the perfect finishing touch!

Mary and Jenna crochet boot cuff pattern

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3. Mary and Jenna Crochet Boot Cuffs

These boot cuffs are worked flat and then seamed either with crochet or stitching with a needle. Another great project that only uses the basic crochet stitches. The clever construction and use of stitches in these boot cuffs mean you can wear them inside the boot for warmth or outside as a statement.

Scalloped crochet boot cuff pattern

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4. Scalloped Boot Cuffs

These great looking boot cuffs need only 100 yards of worsted weight yarn to make. Perfect with skinny jeans and leggings, they’re so quick to make you can make a whole bunch in all of your favorite colors.

Simply reversible crochet boot cuff pattern

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5. Simply Reversible Crochet Boot Cuffs

These are simple to crochet as they only use the single crochet stitch and the slip stitch. They are cleverly designed with two different stitch patterns and you can wear them with the rib stitch showing or with the gentle shell pattern on display. 

Felted button free crochet boot cuff pattern

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6. I Heart Boot Cuffs

Patterns from the designer at Felted Button are always as adorable as these boot cuffs with a teeny-tiny heart decoration. They can be made in any worsted weight yarn. Add the hearts for extra personality or leave them off for something more simple.

Cabled crochet boot cuff pattern

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7. Arabel Cabled Crochet Boot Cuffs

If you prefer your boot cuffs to look knitted, then choose this pattern, which uses front and back post crochet stitches to create a traditional cabled look. These are for the more experienced crocheter familiar with how these stitches create crochet cables.

Chunky crochet boot cuff pattern

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8. Chunky Crochet Boot Cuffs

Made in bulky weight yarn, these hook up in the blink of an eye. Using only 75 yards of yarn, they are a perfect stash-busting project. The pattern shows how to make them in any size, so you can whip them up for a toddler, a teen, yourself or for a trendy grandma!

Simple scalloped crochet boot cuff pattern

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9. Simple Scalloped Boot Cuff Pattern

Another easy project! These use worsted yarn and only the basic sc, hdc and dc stitches. The pattern shows how to make a pair that fits a calf circumference of 11″ to 15″. Experienced crocheters will be able to adapt them for different sizes.

Cute little toddler crochet boot cuffs

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10. Cute Little Toddler Crochet Boot Cuffs

Finally, aren’t these just adorable?! These child-sized crochet boot cuffs are super fast to work up, use any worsted or DK weight acrylic yarn and fit from six months to five years. 

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      Hello Joan,

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          Hello Natalie,

          I apologize but we are still working on loading content onto the site. Once the pattern that you are looking for is uploaded there will be a button just below the description that says, “Make it” or “Get the Pattern”. I apologize for the inconvenience, please check the link again towards the end of the month.

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