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Reversible Boot Cuffs: Free Crochet Pattern

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Boot cuffs are a great addition to any wardrobe. Use them to add a splash of color, or to simply keep your legs warmer in the frigid winter temperatures. Grab your hook and whip up a pair of Reversible Boot Cuffs with me using this free crochet pattern!

Reversible Boot Cuffs - Free Crochet Pattern

Reversible Boot Cuffs

These boot cuffs are created short/bottom side first. Meaning that we will crochet a strip using the pattern below until it reaches the size of our calf circumference.

When we get to the correct length, we sew the short ends together to create a circle, then we go around the top and continue building until we reach the desired height.

This pattern is very customizable and great for beginners too!


Any worsted weight yarn
-less than one skein

Crochet hook in size H/5mm

Gauge: unimportant

Pattern Notes:

Pattern written using US terms.

The chain(s) at the beginning of the row do not count as a stitch.

For these boot cuffs we are using the Lemon Peel stitch. This stitch uses just single crochets and double crochets, and there is a full tutorial for this stitch here.

If you need help reading a crochet pattern, make sure you head over here and check out this detailed post.

how to crochet lemon peel stitch

Boot Cuff Pattern:

Row 1: Ch-17, dc in third ch from hook and in each ch across. (15)

Row 2: Ch-1, turn, sc in each st across. (15)

Row 3: Ch-2, turn, dc in each st across. (15)

Alternate rows 2 & 3 until, when wrapped around your calf, the sides barely touch.

Reversible Boot Cuffs - Free Crochet Pattern

When desired length is reached, put wrong sides together and sl st the first row to the last row. (You could also seam using the Mattress Stitch, but this creates more ends to weave in).


Turn right-side out.

Upper portion of boot cuff: 

Preparation row: Ch-1, sc in each row end around, making sure you end with an even number of stitches. Try to place two scs per double crochet row and one st per single crochet row. Join to top of first st with sl st.

Row 1: Ch-1, turn, * sc in next st, dc in next * repeat between * * around. Join to top of first st.

Row 2: Ch-2, turn, * dc in first st, sc in next * repeat between * * around. Join to top of first st.

Rows 3 – 14 (or until desired height is reached): Alternate rows 1 & 2 until desired height is reached. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Reversible Boot Cuffs - Free Crochet Pattern

You can wear them right side up OR flip them upside down for the ribbed look instead. How versatile and fun!

Reversible Boot Cuffs - Free Crochet Pattern

Reversible Boot Cuffs - Free Crochet Pattern

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful designs with your crochet community this holiday season. I love following your blog, and I love your crochet creativity!
  2. Love the boot cuff pattern but I love the boots too, do you know where you got them? And maybe I can do a mail order....??? Please and thank you for your help and of course the pattern
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  4. I'm confused. In the upper cuff instructions it says to repeat rows 2 & 3, but the instructions only refer to rows 1 & 2.
    1. Hi Lenore! Thank you for pointing that out! It should be repeat rows 1 & 2...It is now fixed in the pattern.
  5. Ashlea- does the repeat pattern for the upper portion begin with the ch1 (row 1) and chain 2 (row 2)? Or does it begin with the crochet stitch? In other words row 1: ch1, s.c., dc;ch1, s.c., dc; etc.
    1. Hey! It should start with a ch-1 each row on the upper portion. Does that help? I'm not sure I understand the question, but I think that's what you mean! Let me know. Thanks
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