It’s Boot Season: Celebrate with 10 Free Crochet Boot Cuff Patterns!

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It’s boot season once again in the Northern hemisphere – and they’re sure to be a wardrobe staple! Boot cuffs are a great way to set your look apart, and they’re practical too – adding a great layer of warmth and keeping out drafts (and leaves… and snow!).

Crochet boot cuff patterns are almost always super easy to adjust for size, as well as stretchy – so you don’t have to worry about making a pair that fits. And since most take just a few yards of yarn and work up fast, it’s a great gift or craft fair project! So for this roundup I’ve gathered 10 free crochet book cuff patterns – enjoy!

10 Free #Crochet Boot Cuff Patterns - gotta make them all!

10 Free Crochet Boot Cuff Patterns
(click on the names of the patterns you like to go to the pattern pages!)

  1. Scalloped Boot Cuffs by Jenny Dickens, on Ravelry: These are the most popular boot cuffs on Ravelry, and it’s easy to see why!Scalloped Boot Cuffs :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  2. Thistle Boot Cuffs by Mia’s Heartful Hands: Boobles and clusters make these cuffs feminine but bold. Thistle Boot Cuffs :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  3. Bow Boot Cuffs by Kim Handzo, on Loops of Lavender: Now these are VERY feminine! So fun!Bow Boot Cuffs :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  4. Basketweave Boot Covers by MyntKat, on Ravelry: These cuffs fold right over the tops of the boots for an extra warm fit that stays put! Great for wellies!Basketweave Boot Covers :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  5. Brr Boot Liners by Bonnie Irene, on BonBonanza: Love the nested shells that make up this pattern – so beautiful!Brr Boot Liners :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  6. Friendship Boot Cuffs by Jennifer Dickerson, on Fiber Flux: With super bulky yarn you can whip these up in no time flat – make a pair to match every outfit!Friendship Boot Cuffs :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  7. Free Brooklyn Boot Cuffs Pattern on CrochetDreamz: These have a great, classic look – and there is a matching fingerless glove pattern too! A great gift set!Brooklyn Book Cuffs :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  8. Kathy’s Ripple Boot Cuff by Kathy Lashley, on ELK Studio – Handcrafted Crochet Designs: These have fantastic texture, and are a great seller!Kathy's Ripple Boot Cuff :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  9. Belmont Boot Toppers by Jenn Wolfe Kaiser, on Ravelry: Stacked shells and rib stitch make these both pretty and practical!Belmont Boot Toppers :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  10. Ribbed Boot Cuff by Sara Freisberg, on tangled happy: Simple, straightforward, and very clean looking. Perfect!Ribbed Boot Cuffs :: free #crochet boot cuff patterns
  11. BONUS! There are now boot cuffs right here on Moogly – the Ups and Downs Boot Cuffs! Don’t miss the matching cowl, hat, and fingerless mitts too!Ups and Downs Boot Cuffs - free #crochet pattern on Moogly!

Perfectly Plaid Boot Cuffs on CraftsyMy own boots are all worn out – time to snag a new pair. And as soon as I do I’ll be using these free boot cuff patterns to jazz them up! As a bonus, here’s a great paid pattern I found on Craftsy that really caught my eye – the Perfectly Plaid Boot Cuffs Pattern! Love these!

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  1. 7

    Michele Rosati Forbes says

    Cute!!! I’m going to have to buy boots just to make some of these. What a great way to change up your outfit, too!

  2. 9

    Marrie says

    Wow!..Tamara!..those are tooooooooooo cool!
    Especially no. 4 and 6!..those are one of the most remarkable!..and and and…EXTRA ORDINARY!..may God showers His blessings on you bcox you are always helping me!

  3. 11

    Denise Von Blankenhorn says

    Can’t download thru link. Can I get patterns thru email? I’d much rather, considering my Droid won’t let me. Please, please, please! :-) I so wasn’t to make these for family and friends.

    • 13

      Tamara Kelly says

      I cannot due that as I’m not the copyright holder, but if you click on the name of each pattern (the blue text) it will take you to the pattern page.

    • 15

      Tamara Kelly says

      Sounds like maybe the page didn’t load all the way? I see 10 (actually 11, as there’s a paid one at the bottom). Sorry for any confusion!

  4. 19

    Tika Sendelweck says

    I’ve been crocheting for a long time but I’m always willing to learn more. I’m sorry but I don’t understand your “space”. In this pattern, do you mean to crochet the Dc between the two dc’s in that
    Row without a chain between them? I’ve done it that way and it doesn’t look like the picture. Did I just miss something? Love the boot cuffs and thank you for the patterns!!!!
    Tika

    • 20

      Tamara Kelly says

      Hi Tika! There are a lot of boot cuff patterns here and none of them are mine. You’ll have better luck asking your question on the blog with the actual pattern. :)

  5. 21

    Barb says

    I do so appreciate your sharing so many of your beautiful patterns. I’ve done several. Thank you.

  6. 30

    Marilyn says

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful patterns. I am a widow on a fix income and don’t get to buy books or magazines very often so I say thank you again.

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