Beat the winter cold with our new Northern Star Collection. Last in our series is the Northern Star Boot Cuffs, a lovely stylish accessory worked in post stitches for the maximum warmth and comfort possible. If you missed any of this collection, you can find the headband/ear warmer here the fingerless gloves here, and the matching cowl here!
|Medium:||I Love This Yarn 4-ply WW yarn|
|Hook:||Aluminum size I/9 (5.50 mm)|
|Finished Size:||3 1/2″ W|
|Gauge:||3 rows = approx 1″|
- Tapestry needle
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Northern Star Boot Cuffs
Designed by: Cylinda Mathews
- 1/2 Skein (5 oz/252 yds) I Love This Yarn medium weight yarn (Blue Cameo Stripe)
- Crochet hook size I/9 (5.50 mm)
- Tapestry needle
Skill Level: Experienced
Finished Size: 4 1/2″ L
Gauge: 3 rows = approx 1″
Front Post Double Crochet/FPdc: yo, insert hook from the front of indicated dc post to the back, around the post and back to the front, draw up a lp, (yo, draw through 2 lps on hook) twice to complete st.
Back Post Double Crochet/BPdc: yo, insert hook from the back of indicated dc post to the front, around the post and back to the back, draw up a lp, (yo, draw through 2 lps on hook) twice to complete the st.
Pattern tested and model made by: Cylinda Mathews
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Boot Cuffs: (Make 2)
Row 1) Starting with bottom of cuff: ch 7; sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea ch across: 6 sc.
Row 2-34) Ch 1, turn work; (working in back lps throughout); sc in first sc; * sc in next sc; rep from * across: 6 sc.
Joining the ends: ch 1, turn work; (working in back lps), folding cuff, hold row 1 up and align with last row, sl in first sc and through beg ch opposite row 1; * sl in next sc and through next ch opposite row 1; rep from * across: 6 sl sts.
Rnd 1) Turn cuff RS out so seam is to the inside; ch 1, sc in joining; (working over end of ea row); * sc over end st on next row; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 34 sc.
Rnd 2) Ch 3 (counts as first dc now and throughout); * dc in next sc; rep from * around; join with a sl st to top of first st: 34 dc.
Rnd 3) Ch 2 (counts as beg FPdc), BPdc around next dc post see special sts; * FPdc around next dc post see special sts, BPdc around next dc post; rep from * around; join with a sl st to top of first st: 17 FPdc/17 BPdc.
Rnds 4-7) Ch 2, BPdc around next post st; * FPdc around next post st, BPdc around next post st; rep from * around; join with a sl st to top of first st: 17 FPdc/17 BPdc.
Rnd 8) Ch 1; sc in joining; * sc in next st; rep from * around; join with a sl st in first sc: 35 sc. Fasten off; secure ends.
To inc the circumference of the bottom of the cuff: continue working an even number of rows to measure comfortably around the circumference around the calf then proceed to join and work the rest of the pattern. Bear in mind this will increase the number of stitches for the rest of the pattern.
To inc the length of the cuff: continue working rnd 4-7 for the desired height, then proceed to work rnd 8.
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