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Furry Boot Cuffs Free Crochet Pattern

Hello Hello!

Happy New Year to you all!

I hope you had a lovely time with your loved ones and (of course) with your valuable self!

It’s been some time since I last posted but believe me, I have been doing my best given the circumstances. In other words, business as usual… Well, that is for me, since the hubby has been through some serious work changes, but all for the best. Between school, homework, occupational therapy, houskeeping, keeping my customers happy, I managed to do some work with my patterns that are soon to be released in my Etsy shop.

In order to celebrate the survival of my favourite little blog corner I come bearing gifts: a quick and easy free crochet pattern. It takes less than an hour to make these cute furry boot cuffs. Do not hesitate to improvise! Please surprise me!

Thank you for being here !

Materials

For this project you will need:

  • Hook: 8mm/US L-11
  • Bulky Yarn, Group E (I used Drops Andes) less than 80 meters
  • Faux Fur Yarn Scraps
  • 1 stitch marker
  • Scissors

Abbreviations (US Terms)

SC: Single Crochet

BLOSC: Back Loop Only Single Crochet

Sl St(s): Slip Stitch(es)

St(s): Stitch(es)

Ch: Chain

SM: Stitch Marker

Pattern

With your main yarn and your hook ch.11

Row 1: BLOSC in 2nd ch. from hook (10 SC)

Row 2: ch.1, turn, BLOSC in same St and all across (10SC)

Row 3-18: Repeat Round 2. Do not cut your yarn.

Turn your project with the yarn tail on your right hand.

Bring the two ends of your rectangle together and join with a Sl St. going through the back loops of both sides of your rectangle (10 SlSts).

Cut your yarn and weave in the ends.

Join your Faux Fur yarn on the top of the cylinder you have created.

Ch. 1 and put a SM.

SC all around for one or two rounds, according to your preference.

Bind off, cut your yarn and weave in all ends.

Tip

Make these boot cuffs as high or furry as you like and turn them into warm and cozy leg warmers.

That’s it!

Don’t forget to show me your project using official #yarnistas_handmade_yarn_projects

Happy Crocheting!

Love and Greetings from Athens, Greece!

Konstantina

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