Introduction: Easy Bootcuffs (Crochet)
This is my easy bootcuff crochet pattern for new crocheters. This is a fantastic winter present as it is extremely warm and stylishly. Hope you enjoy!
100%acrylic medium 4 grey yarn
US 4.25mm crochet hook
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Step 1: Measure
The first thing you need to do is to measure the very top of where your boot would go on your leg. Then add 1 inch for it to fit around the boot
Step 2: The Chain
Chain a multiple of 2+4 for the Elizabeth stitch and add one to connect the chain to its end
Step 3: The Stitch
For the Elizabeth stitch I suggest if your a visual learner then go on YouTube and find one of the many amazing videos they have for that stitch now if your better at reading what I call the crochet language then here it is!
Go in 4th st from hook and yo, then pull through yo again and go back in the same stitch yo pull through and yo again and pull through all 4 stitches CH 1 and skip 1 st then repeat.
Step 4: The Double Crochets
After your done with the Elizabeth stitch you can scene at the end of those rows then do 1 half double crochet then you can go into the first double crochet, I did 3 rows of double crochet but you can do as many as you like. This is the end of the first cuff and for the second you do the exact same pattern. Cut the yarn and weave it back into the work for a seamless effect. I hope you enjoyed the pattern. If you make this project please upload pictures of your amazing work! Thanks!!!!!
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