Beat the chills by matching these boot cuffs to your favorite sweaters and scarves. It is made out of worsted weight yarn, and the bobble stitch makes it extra warm and comfy. You can make a couple of it too and switch them up to match your attire. Learn it from our free pattern below or get the ad-free printable PDF pattern here.
The best part about winter is all the cozy layers I get to wear outside.
There’s no better feeling than being snuggled up in your favorite sweater and scarf. And in this spirit, these crochet boot cuffs are perfect for the season too.
The bobble stitch boot cuffs are warm and so customizable. You can dress up any boots with this simple and fun project. They’d make great gifts too.
The cuffs are worked in the textured bobble stitch out of Cascade 220 yarn. This yarn is 100% wool and comes in a ton of colors. The pair I made and the color that comes in the crochet kit is a silver grey shade. Really festive!
I switch out boot cuffs with my outfits. It’s a nice way to get variation without having to buy a ton of different shoes. I make these as stocking stuffers too. They’re the perfect size to squeeze into a stocking.
Bobble Stitch Boot Cuff Crochet Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
Hook(s) size: H/8/5mm
Yarn: Worsted, Wool
Suggested yarn: Cascade 220 Color
1 skein in Silver Grey (8401)
Yarn yardage: 190 yds
Approx. finished dimensions:
Width: 6.5” (when folded) Length: 5.5”
Gauge: 2” = 6 sc x 8 rows
Bobble stitch: [Yo, insert hook into st and pull up a loop] 4 times. Yo and pull through all 9 loops.
Row 1: Sc into the second ch from the hook and into each ch across – 38 sts
Rows 2-10: Ch 1, turn. Sc into each st across – 38 sts
Row 11: Ch 1, turn. Sc into the first st. [Bobble st in next st, sc in next st] across to last st, sc in last st – 18 bobble sts, 20 sc
Row 12: Ch 1, turn. Sc into each st across – 38 sts
Repeat rows 11 and 12 four more times. Cut yarn leaving a long tail; fold boot cuff in half with right sides facing in and sew together. Weave in any loose ends.
These crochet boot cuffs are really easy to make and are worked in a beautiful silver shade. Make yourself a pair to dress up your winter wardrobe. Or make a pair for a friend to celebrate Christmas. Whatever the reason, these cuffs will stay snuggly and warm during the winter chill.
Before we get to the post, if you've always been interested in various crochet skills and styles, I can't recommend the Learn to Tunisian Crochet class enough. With professionally filmed bite-sized video lessons, we'll walk you through the fundamentals of Tunisian crochet and practice your skills with a multi-stitch hat, market bag and shawl pattern to help you master this technique with confidence.