Striped Crochet Boot Cuff Toppers
These crochet boot cuff toppers are just what you need to keep the cold out of your winter boots. They can be worn with ankle boots or any type of boots. They are the perfect accessory to go with this Striped Slouchy Beanie Crochet Pattern. The set makes for a great gift idea for just about anyone on your list.
The main body of these boot toppers are worked with the crunch stitch. It’s a beautiful stitch pattern that is not only cozy, but gives you a nice texture as well. The stitch looks good in a striped design, but can also be worked up in a solid color as well.
Another beauty is that you can crochet these cuffs in any size that you need from child to adult sizes. Here is a Crochet Boot Cuff Size Chart to use as a reference if you’re making changes to the size.
As for the yarn, I used Caron Simply Soft, which is a medium worsted weight yarn that works well with an I crochet hook. It is super soft, and very nice to work with. Any similar yarn will work too.
How It’s Made – The Crunch Stitch with Stripes
The pattern is started at the ribbing rows. The ribbing is made simply by crocheting into the back loops.
You can adjust the width of the ribbing simply by increasing or decreasing your starting chains.
Continue to work the ribbing rows until you have reached a desired circumference. Just make sure to end with a multiple of two to accommodate the stitch pattern used for the body.
Then bring the two ends together. Chain 1 and join by slip stitching across.
Flip your work so the seam falls on the inside. Then begin working in the round.
Each row end counts as one stitch. Work a half double crochet into the first end. Then slip stitch into the next row end. Repeat around, and join with a slip stitch. Turn.
After two rounds, change to the next color. For this pattern, it looks best to work the first round of the new color from the right side. So the color changes are done from the Wrong Side.
So to do the color change, bring the old color to the front or the “Wrong Side” of the fabric as shown.
Then bring in the next color from the Wrong Side as well, as shown.
Insert your hook in the first stitch of the round. Wrap the new color over and pull through to complete the join and color change.
I always get a big loop on the old color. Pull the old yarn to pull it tight.
Chain 1 and turn your work. Half double crochet into the first slip stitch.
Then slip stitch into the next half double crochet. Repeat around.
More Free Crochet Boot Cuff Patterns
- Clustered V-Stitch Chunky Crochet Boot Cuffs
- Charisma Boot Cuffs
- Bead and Lace Boot Cuffs
- Pretty Simple Boot Cuffs
- Thermal Boot Cuffs
Striped Crochet Boot Cuff Toppers
- Yarn: Caron Simply Soft (Worsted Weight, #4; 100% acrylic; 6 oz/170.1g; 315yds/288m) 2 colors.
- Crochet Hook: I/9-5.50mm
- Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.
- Gauge: 14 sts = 4".
- Finished Size: 10.5" in circumference by 5" tall. Can be modified to any size needed.
- CA = Color A = Red
- CB = Color B = White
- Bls = Back Loops
- Ch/Chs = Chain/Chains
- FO = Fasten Off
- Hdc = Half Double Crochet
- Hk = Hook
- Lp/Lps = Loop/Loops
- Rep = Repeat
- Rnd/Rnds = Round/Rounds
- Sc = Single Crochet
- Sk = Skip
- Sl St = Slip Stitch
- St/Sts = Stitch/Stitches
- Crochet Abbreviations explained in more details.
- Each end of ribbing row equals 1 st.
- Turn after each round.
- Colors are changed after every two rounds at the joining slip stitch.
- To change color, finish the round as instructed, but without making the join. Insert your hook into the first stitch made in the round; pick up the new color and pull through the stitch as well as the loop on your hook.
- The color changes are made from the Wrong Side. This requires you bring the old yarn to the front (wrong side) before making the color change. See photo tutorial above for step-by-step instructions on how I made my color changes.
- Row 1: With CA, ch 10, sc in 2nd ch from hk and into next 8 chs. Turn. [9 sc]
- Rows 2-38: Working in bls only, ch 1, sc in first st and into each st across. Turn. [9 sts] Continue with this row until you have reached a desired circumference making sure to end in an even number of rows.
- Ch 1 and join the ribbing rows by slip stitching the last row to the free lps of starting chs.
Working in the Round
- Rnd 1: (RS) With CA and working along the ribbing edge, ch 1, hdc in first st, sl st in next st, *hdc in next st, sl st in next st; rep from * around; join with sl st in first hdc. Turn [38 sts]
- Rnd 2: (WS) Ch 1, hdc in first sl st, sl st in next hdc, *hdc in next sl st, sl st in next hdc; rep from * around; join with sl st in first hdc. Turn [38 sts]
- Rnds 3-4: With CB, rep Rnd 2.
- Rnds 5-6: With CA, rep Rnd 2.
- Rnds 7-14: Rep rnds 3-6 changing the color after every two rnds, making sure to end with CA.
- Rnd 15: With CA and RS facing, ch 1, sc in same st as join and into each st around; join with sl st in first st. Fasten Off. [38 sts]
HDC and DC V Stitch Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer Headband
This crochet ear warmer headband pattern is given in one size, but is easy to adjust as needed. It is crocheted in an open stitch, which makes it ideal for spring and fall weather.
Front Loop Single Crochet Baby Blanket
This single crochet baby blanket pattern is worked in the front loops only to give you a nice texture on both sides of the blanket.
Simple Lace Crochet DIY Cup Cozy Crochet Pattern
This cup sleeve crochet pattern is worked up in a simple lace pattern. The crochet cup cozy fits a large take-out cup.
ESC Cross Stitch Preemie Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern
This crochet cross-stitch baby blanket works up super easy, and can be adjusted to any size that you need.
Seed Stitch Crochet Twist Ear Warmer
The twisted crochet ear warmer is given in one size, but can be adjusted to any size needed in a multiple of two for the starting chains
Single Crochet and Cross Stitch Lapghan
This crochet lapghan is easy and mindless to crochet. I worked mine in a solid color, but the stitch pattern is easy to work in stripes as well.