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Last revised: 03-04-14

Ainsley Boot CuCrochet Pa#ern

Last revised: 03-04-14 A insley Boot Cu ff Crochet Pa # er n Coordinating Patterns: Ainsley

Coordinating Patterns: Ainsley Hat Skill Level:

Last revised: 03-04-14 A insley Boot Cu ff Crochet Pa # er n Coordinating Patterns: Ainsley

Materials: Measuring tape, stitch marker, yarn needle (optional) Yarn: 4 oz or less of worsted weight cotton or cotton blend yarn. Gauge: Gauge is not important for this pattern (use small enough hook that stitches are not too open). Hook Size: “J” (6 mm) hook. I use Boye brand hooks.

Size Chart:

Toddler: 7-8” circumference Child: 9-11” circumference Small Adult: 11-12” circumference Medium Adult: 13-14” circumference Large Adult: 15-16” circumference

Please note that sizes are approximate; measure for best fit when possible! Measure around leg where cuff will be worn, or use suggested size from size chart. Make one inch smaller than leg measurement; it will stretch.

Abbreviations Used:

st or sts - stitch or stitches rnd(s) - round(s) ch - chain stitch sc - single crochet hdc - half double crochet sl st - slip stitch ea - each sk - skip sp - space FLO - Front Loop Only BLO - Back Loop Only

Last revised: 03-04-14

Special Stitch Definitions and Techniques:


Ainsley Boot Cuffs: Use ww yarn and “J” (6 mm) hook.

Ribbing Section:

Toddler: ch 8 Child size: ch 10 Adult size: ch 12

Row 1:

hdc in 3rd ch from hook and ea st to end of row.

(6, 8, 10 hdc)

Row 2:

ch 2, turn, hdc in FLO of ea st to end of row.

(6, 8, 10 hdc)

Row 3:

ch 2, turn, hdc in BLO of ea st to end of row.

(6, 8, 10 hdc)

Row 4 to end: Repeat rows 2 and 3 until cuff reaches circumference measurement for size (make note of number of rows). The “ridges” will be on one side of the ribbing only; this is the “right side”. End with a right side row (ridges facing you).

Seam: ch 1, fold in half (with “right side” on inside), sl st ends together using FLO of the end just finished and top loop on other side. Turn “right side” out so seam is on inside.

Rnd 1: ch 1, sc evenly around top of cuff, approximately 2 sc per end of row, join with sl st in first sc. Be sure to end with an even number. (The total number of stitches should be twice the number of rows.) Record number of stitches, so second cuff will match.

Rnd 2:

*ch 2, sk next st, sc in next st*, repeat between *


to end of rnd.

Do not join at

... end of rnd. (From here on, rnds will be worked in a continuous spiral without joining.)

Rnd 3: *ch 2, sc in next ʻch-2ʼ sp*, repeat between *


* to end of rnd.

Repeat Rnd 3 until texture section is approximately the same height as the ribbing (or a little taller, itʼs totally up to you). Use a stitch marker to mark each rnd if you like. To finish off, sc in last ʻch-2ʼ sp of last rnd. Continue with Edging.


ch 4, sc in same ʻch-2ʼ sp as last sc, *sc in next ʻch-2ʼ sp, ch 4, sc in same sp *

to end of rnd, join with sl st (or use invisible join) in first sc

again*, repeat between *

of rnd.

Weave in ends.

Last revised: 03-04-14

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~ Jennifer