This is a review of the Santa Claus Boot Cuff crochet pattern designed by Nifty Crochets. Review done by Jessica Munroe for EyeLoveKnots.
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It’s me, Jessica with Nice and Knotty.
I realize now that this is too late for you all to make use of for Christmas this year. However, I made these earlier in preparation for all the Christmas parties and I couldn’t keep this wonderful set to myself! Curse me now but you’ll be thanking me next year!
I received so many compliments on these boot cuffs and they were a hit at every holiday party I wore them to this December. I highly recommend making yourself a set! This pattern could also be adjusted for St. Patrick’s Day if you swapped the red yarn for green!
WHAT MATERIALS DO I NEED TO CROCHET SANTA CLAUS BOOT CUFFS?
- Body: Worsted Weight #4 Yarn – I used a small amount of Red Heart Super Saver yarn in Cherry Red, Gold, and Black
- Top Edging: Chunky Weight #5 Yarn – I used a small amount of Bernat Pipsqueak yarn in Whitey White
- H8/5mm size crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Santa Claus Boot Cuff, Paid Crochet Pattern from Nifty Crochets via Etsy
The material list calls for the white to be Lion Brand Homespun Yarn but I couldn’t find any so I went with the Bernat alternative and it worked beautifully. You could also just sub in Red Heart Super Saver white yarn if you don’t want the fluffy trim look.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO CROCHET BOOT CUFFS?
I finished this set in just about 1 hour. It works up incredibly quick! You could make up a whole matching set for a festive girl’s night or mommy and me sets in no time at all.
The pattern gives measurements of 13-15 inches and 16-18 inches for 2 sizes. I went with the 16-18 inch size and mine worked out to be 16 inches but I also have tight tension.
This pattern has no gauge. However, my boot cuffs have a circumference of 16 inches and they fit snugly but not too tight around my calf.
This pattern is easy, fast and most importantly, adorable! I can’t stress enough how much attention these got! Not to mention, they did help keep me warm when I paired them with boots and a dress!
Do yourself a favor and make these jolly boot cuffs to wear!