The Smokestack Boot Cuffs are cozy, textured, and designed to match the Smokestack Cowl! Made with bulky yarn, you can whip up a pair in just an hour with this free crochet pattern on Moogly!
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Pair the Smokestack Boot Cuffs with the Cowl
The Smokestack Boot Cuffs pair with the Smokestack Cowl to make a free pattern set! While they look great on their own, I love exploring the different ways to use stitch patterns – and creating “sets” for wearing and gifting!
Featuring Red Heart Gemstone
The Smokestack Boot Cuffs, like the cowl, are made with Red Heart Gemstone in the Onyx colorway – and they take a lot less than one skein this time! Gemstone has a gorgeous tweed or twisted look, which looks so pretty with these patterns.
Super Quick and Customizable
I love the extra warmth from a pair of boot cuffs – and I love how quick they are to crochet! You can whip up a pair in about an hour, depending on size. This makes this the perfect pattern for a last-minute gift, cold weather fix, or for selling at craft fairs.
And you can easily customize the size of your Smokestack Boot Cuffs for your own gauge or yarn – just start with any multiple of 2 stitches, and then try it on as you go!
Smokestack Boot Cuffs
US – N, 9.0mm – Furls
150-250 yds Red Heart Gemstone (5-Bulky/UK: 12-14 ply; 100% acrylic; 200 g/7 oz, 285 m/312 yds)
Colorway Shown: Onyx (less than 1 ball)
Gauge: 9 sts x 9 rows = 4″/10cm in overlapping post stitch
Written in pattern as: Small(Medium, Large, XL)
Designed to fit: Small: 10-13″; Medium: 14-17″; Large: 18-21″; XL: 22-25″
(Measure largest circumference for size – whether calf, lower leg, or ankle)
For a custom size: FDC any mult of 2 to desired circumference, then continue as written.
Helpful Links & Tutorials
Smokestack Cowl Tutorial (this pattern features the same stitch pattern)
If you would prefer to not begin with FDC, you can ch 2 more than called for for your size, skip the first 3 chs (count as first dc), and dc in each rem ch across. Then join and proceed with Rnd 2.
If you would prefer to not use the CSDC, you can ch 3 or use your preferred dc substitute.
Do not work into the top of the stitch you fptr around – it’s already been worked with the post stitch.
Rnd 1: FDC 12(22, 32, 42); join to work in the round. (12(22, 32, 42) sts in every rnd of pattern)
Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in each st around; join.
Rnd 3: CSDC in first st, *fptr around dc below next st, dc in next st; rep from * until 1 st rem, fptr around dc below last st, join.
Rnd 4: Rep Rnd 2.
Rnd 5: Ch 2 (does not count as a st), fptr around dc below first st, *dc in next st, fptr around dc below next st; rep to * until 1 st rem, dc in last st, turn.
Rnd 6 – 8: Rep Rnds 2 – 4.
Rnd 9 – 12: CSDC, dc in each rem st around; join. After Rnd 12, break yarn and weave in ends.
Accessories for your Ankles (and Legs)
And that’s how to crochet the Smokestack Boot Cuffs! I hope you enjoy making and wearing them. Be sure to take the measurement where you want to wear them though – if you want them to fit lower on the leg, around the ankle, measure there and adjust as needed!
Of course, these aren’t the first boot cuffs I’ve designed! Be sure to check out the Moroccan Midnight Boot Cuffs and Ups and Downs Boot Cuffs, as well as all the other free crochet patterns on Moogly!
Sharing is Caring
I can’t wait to see your finished Smokestack Boot Cuffs! If this free crochet boot cuff pattern does inspire you to make your own, and you post a photo on social media, be sure to tag me @mooglyblog or #mooglyblog so I can check it out too! I love seeing what you make!
THE FINE PRINT
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