Quick Tunisian Crochet Boot Cuffs

Get the knit look you want without the needles.

Skill Level | Easy
Finished Size | 13″-14″ circumference; 6″ tall

Boot cuffs are a great way to keep your legs a little warmer in the chilly months and they’re super easy to crochet. With the quick Tunisian crochet boot cuffs you get the look you want, fast.

Project sponsored by Clover USA

If you’re looking for a pair of boot cuffs with that traditional stockinette stitch look but you have no clue how to knit, you’re in the right place. With the Tunisian knit stitch you can create the knitting look you love with your crochet hook.

With this project you’ll learn how to crochet the Tunisian knit stitch so you can mimic the look of knitting in your projects. They work up as a simple rectangle in a matter of minutes and are later joined to form the boot cuff shape.

Before you begin, review this page entirely so you understand the full scope of the project. We prepared for you a list of recommended supplies and abbreviations you’ll need to get started as well as written instructions to walk you through the quick and easy Tunisian crochet boot cuffs from start to finish.

  • Approx 60 yds; Patons Shetland Chunky Tweeds (Colorway pictured: Pewter)
  • 8 mm Tunisian Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors


  • Ch Chain
  • Fwd Forward Pass
  • Hk Hook
  • Prev Previous
  • Rtn Return Pass
  • Rem Remaining
  • Sk Skip
  • St(s) Stitch(es)
  • Tks Tunisian Knit Stitch
Finished Size

13″-14″ circumference;
6″ tall

Gauge

6 sts x 8 rows = 2″
worked in stitch pattern

This pattern is worked in a flat, rectangular piece and sewn together when complete. For best results, we recommend wet blocking before assembling it together. If you’re not familiar with blocking, check out our guide here.

To customize your size, measure the circumference of your leg and subtract 1/2″. Then make a foundation chain that measures the same length.

Need to Print this Pattern?

You’ll find the full pattern for free here on this page. However, if you’d like a PDF version of this pattern to print or save for offline use, you can purchase it from our PDF shop.

Foundation Row: Ch 32.
Fwd:*Insert hk in 2nd ch from hk. YO and pull up a loop. Rep from * to last ch. 
Rtn: YO and pull through one loop. *YO and pull through 2 loops. Rep from * until only one loop remains on hook.

Row 1: 
Fwd: *Tks. Rep from * to end of row. Insert hk in last st. YO and pull up a loop. 
Rtn: YO and pull through one loop. *YO and pull through 2 loops. Rep from * until only one loop remains on hook.

Repeat: Rep row 1 until work measures 6″ from the starting edge, ending on a return pass.

Bind off: *Tks and pull new loop through prev loop. Tps and pull new loop through prev loop. Rep from * to last st. Insert hk in last st, YO and pull up a loop. Pull new loop through prev loop. Fasten off leaving a 12″ tail.

Repeat the prev steps for a second cuff.

Assembly

Step 1: Wet block cuffs to correct any curling or uneven edges by pinning it down, saturating it with water and allowing it to dry completely before moving on to the next step.

Step 2: Lay cuff flat with right side facing up. Fold left edge to right edge so the wrong side is showing. Seam the two ends together using a yarn needle.

Step 3: Weave in your ends.

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