I could totally hang out on Maria’s blog, Craft Crazy Mama, all day long! I love her blue mason jar tutorial and diy upholstered headboard post. Oh and you’ll love her creative vow renewal decor. See what I mean?! Love her blog. She’s here today to show us how to craft up a pair of cute boot cuffs, just in time for Fall. So cute!
I’m notorious for being frugal and with boot season coming soon, I wanted something to jazz up my boots this fall. However, I didn’t want to spend very much for a custom pair of boot cuffs and then have to wait for them to be delivered. Call me impatient, but it worked out in my favor and I’m smitten.
Yarn (Worsted 4:Medium) ($4.29)
Crochet Hook (Size H) ($1.69)
Total Project Cost: $7.97 before tax and my 20% off coupon.
Step 1: Chain (CH) 8.
Step 2: Single crochet (SC) in the second CH from the hook. Repeat until you reach the end. CH 2, turn.
Step 4: SC in every DC until you reach the end. Repeat steps 3 & 4 until you get the desired cuff length.
Step 5: It’s time to connect the ends of your cuff. I’m lazy, so I slip stitched my cuff together and flipped it inside out to hide the seam, but if you’re more comfortable with using a yarn needle to connect the two end of your cuffs you can. You can see how I slip stitched it in the photo above.
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