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Boot cuffs are here to stay! They provide a great way to add a little flair to you boots, and keep you from having to wear tall, bulky socks to do so. They are a quick item to make, so you can make them in various colors to match your outfit!

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Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Kathy’s Ripple Boot Cuff by Kathy Lashley
“After making a few for my customers, I finally got a chance to write the pattern for the ripple stitch pattern and wanted to share it with everyone else!”

2) City Girl Boot Cuffs by Wendy Bickford
“The City Girl Boot Cuffs is the fourth week’s free pattern in our 12 Weeks of Christmas Crochet-Along (CAL) 2015”

3) Friendship Boot Cuffs by Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson
“These boot cuffs will keep you feeling nice and cozy and keep the drafts out of your boots, while looking super cute.”

4) Easy Reversible Boot Cuffs by ag handmades
“A lovely lightly textured boot cuff which can be worn either way up; with the ribbing at the top or at the bottom. Your choice!”

5) Vintage Inspired Boot Cuffs by Olivia Kent
“Unless it’s freezing outside, I hate having to wear long, thick and super chunky socks with boots.”

6) Cables and Bobbles Boot Cuffs by Amy Ramnarine
“This is a great quick pattern to work up and will look fabulous with your boots this fall!”

7) Ups and Downs Boot Cuffs by Tamara Kelly
“The Ups and Downs Slouchy Beanie and Fingerless Gloves inspired the Ups and Downs Crochet Cowl – and to round out the set, it’s time for boot cuffs! Introducing the Ups and Downs Boot Cuffs!”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

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