When I was searching for new patterns and ideas for my fall shows, I kept coming across different boot cuff patterns on Pinterest. I saved quite a few different patterns, but this is the one that I eventually settled on.
I whipped up a few for my first show, and sold 3 out of the 5! I was pretty happy with that! I’ve had multiple orders since then and have sold quite a few, so I am very pleased with this pattern. The good news is that is works up really quickly, and you can do any kind of color combo that you want. I have done team colors, solid colors, and then some with white tops (it makes me think of lace).
They are so cute sticking out of the top of a pair of tall boots! I even made a pair of extra wide calf— I just did the base crochet of 44 to fit mine. I plan to offer them next year in my booth, too.
I used all acrylic yarn, mostly Red Heart. I like the bulk, the cost, and the color selection of Red Heart for this, but feel free to make it out of whatever yarn you’d like!
The way that I displayed them was to just print out a little tag with boot cuff typed out and with a picture in Word. I put the price and the pattern designer’s name on the back. Then a quick little hole punch and some extra yarn or twine tied through both pieces and you are good to go!
Let me know if you make some!