Diana Boot Cuffs Pattern by DivineDebris.com
Diana Boot Cuffs Pattern by DivineDebris.com

Hello again! In addition to the guest hosting of the Pin-spiration Party, I’m bringing you a free pattern. I posted photos of it on IG and FB yesterday and Sunday, so you may not be very surprised to learn that today’s pattern is another free boot cuff pattern. I love boot cuffs, don’t you? They’re awesome. I love that when I make one for the example I get to keep them. I currently have 7 pairs of boot cuffs, all different styles. That includes all the ones that have been released, free and paid, and the currently being tested Josephine Boot Cuffs. I don’t care what the haters say, I love my boot cuffs and I wear them all season long.
I’m also still pretty sick. I was getting better, at least I felt better, over the week but Sunday the hubs and I traveled to Greensboro, NC to see/ hear Bernie Sanders talk and I guess my weakened immune system being exposed to so many people wasn’t good. By the time we got home, I was worse than I had been and have what I’ve self diagnosed as a chest cold. Boo. But the husband has said my voice sounds has a nasally Kathleen Turner thing going on, so that’s cool. I got the pattern for these worked out on the drive to the event, so I was prepared for today in advance and my cold couldn’t stop the new pattern release. ūüėÄ
Also, these are in the Diana Line, so if you like this design check out the cowl, bag, mug cozies and tote with the same stitch combo.

Materials:

  • US K (6.50 mm) crochet hook
  • US G (4.25 mm) crochet hook
  • Worsted weight/ size #4 yarn
    • I used Michael’s Loops and Threads
    • 2 colors 1.5 oz – 2.5 oz/ 89 – 148.5 yards
  • Tapestry/ yarn needleRavelry link

Gauge:

  • K: 5.5‚ÄĚ x 5.5‚ÄĚ = 9 rows x 18 dcs
  • G: 4.5‚ÄĚ x 4.5‚ÄĚ = 19 dcs x 9 rows

Terms/ stitches used:

  • Ch: chain
  • St: stitch
  • Sc: single crochet
  • Hdc: half double crochet

Notes:

  • You will need to know how to work into the back¬†third loop of the hdc.
  • The ch 1 on the beginning some rows does not count as a stitch and helps to keep the seam from traveling.
  • This pattern is worked in two parts, the band and the top. The band is worked back and forth and the top is worked in the round.
  • The band is worked with the K hook to give it stretch and the top is worked with a G hook to keep the stitches looking neat.

Finished dimensions:

  • Child small:¬†circumference: 8.5″ – 9.5″, height: 4.25″
  • Child large:¬†circumference: 9.5″ – 10.5″,¬†height: 4.25″
  • Adult small:¬†circumference: 11.5″ – 12.5″,¬†height: 4.25″
  • Adult medium: circumference: 12.5″ – 13.5″,¬†height: 4.25″
  • Adult large:¬†circumference: 14.5″ – 15.5″,¬†height: 4.25″

 

Diana Boot Cuffs Pattern by DivineDebris.com
Diana Boot Cuffs Pattern by DivineDebris.com

Pattern Instructions:

Sizing as follows: child small (child large, adult small, adult medium, adult large)

Band:
(With K hook)
Color A: Row 1: Ch 7, sc into the second ch from the hook and across – 6 scs
Rows 2 – 34 ( 38, 46, 50, 54): Ch 1, sc across – 6 scs
Attach row 1 to row 34 ( 38, 46, 50, 54) in your preferred method of seaming.

Top:
(With G hook)
Row 1: Ch 1, sc into the first row end near the seam of band and into the next¬†33 ( 37, 45, 49, 53) row ends, slip st into the first st to secure –¬†34 ( 38, 46, 50, 54) scs
Color B: Row 2: Ch 1, hdc into the same st as join and into each of the next¬†33 ( 37, 45, 49, 53) sts, slip st into the first hdc to secure –¬†34 ( 38, 46, 50, 54) hdcs
Rows 3 – 4: Ch 1, hdc into the third¬†loop only of the same st as join and into each of the next¬†33 ( 37, 45, 49, 53) sts, slip st into the first st to secure –¬†34 ( 38, 46, 50, 54) hdcs
Color A: Row 5: Turn, ch 1, into the third¬†loop only, slip st into first st, hdc into the next st, *slip st into the next st, hdc into the next st,* repeat from * to * 15 (17, 21, 23, 25) more times, slip st into the first st to secure –¬†17 (19, 23, 25, 27) hdcs
Rows 6 – 7:¬†Turn, ch 1, slip st into first st, hdc into the next st, *slip st into the next st, hdc into the next st,* repeat from * to * 15 (17, 21, 23, 25) more times, slip st into the first st to secure –¬†17 (19, 23, 25, 27) hdcs
Color B: Rows 8 – 10: repeat rows 2 – 4
Row 11: ch 1, slip st into the third loop only of the first st and the next 33 ( 37, 45, 49, 53) sts, slip st into the first st Р 34 ( 38, 46, 50, 54) hdcs

Fasten off all colors and weave in your ends. I hope you like it.

Next week I think I’m going to have a Halloween themed freebie for ya, but I just need to work up the pattern. At this time, it’s in my head but it looks cute, I’m tellin’ ya.
In other news, the cowl I was talking about last week is now named the Josephine Cowl and you can win a copy on my FB page right now. If you don’t want to try to win a copy, it’s on sale for $1.99. I’m working on boot cuffs and a hat to go with it. I really like this stitch combination.

Anyway, take care and have a good week!

 

 

You can find this post linked to the Hookin’ on Hump Day #103,¬†Linky Ladies’ Community Link Party #17, The Philosopher’s Wife Yarn Fanatic Party #50, GSHeller’s Yarn Along, Oombawka Design’s Link and Share Wednesday #110, Rebeckah’s Treasures Saturday Link Party #13, &¬†Oui Crochet’s Fiber Tuesday #27.

New Diana Boot Cuffs!
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5 thoughts on “New Diana Boot Cuffs!

  • November 3, 2015 at 12:50 am
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    First thank you for the free patterns and beautiful work. Do I use the G hook for the kids and the K for the adults?

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    • November 3, 2015 at 11:52 am
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      Oh, dear! I didn’t realize that I forgot to include where to change hooks. It’s updated now, but they K hook is for the band portion, so you get a good amount of stretch there, and the G is for the top (which shouldn’t be as stretchy and maintain it’s shape). I hope that makes sense. Let me know if you have any more questions!

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  • December 12, 2015 at 7:14 am
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    Thanks for the free patternsi. Can’t wait to make a pair for my granddaughter. You mentioned you have a weakened immune system. I have a weakened immune system also from lupus meds. I will have to take immunglobline for at least a year to try to build my system up. I was just wondering if u have the same thing?
    Tr

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    • December 12, 2015 at 11:42 am
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      I’m so glad you like the pattern. ūüôā I hope you share photos of the ones you make in the Ravelry listing for these.
      As I said in the post, I had a weakened immune system but that was from being sick for a couple of weeks before I went and got exposed to more people and their icky germs. <3 I hope you are well.

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