Boot season is upon us and we all know how cold your legs can get. Keep the transition from boot to leg toasty with this easy and fast puff stitch boot warmer crochet pattern! This pattern is suitable for beginners as it only uses basic stitches such as single, double, and triple crochets. It will make a great gift idea for anyone who spends their days outside in the winter.
Fast Puff Stitch Boot Warmer Crochet Pattern
Do you love your boots but hate the way a chilly breeze can work its way into the top? This easy puff stitch boot warmer crochet pattern will keep those leg tops warm and cozy. With a little yarn, hook, and time these boot warmers are ready to rock!
Honestly, it didn’t take me long to make these adorable puff stitch boot warmers which make all the difference in warmth. If you want to be able to stay out longer or enjoy winter activities without feeling like your boots are wide open and your legs are freezing then this is the perfect project for you!
Why Use Variegated Yarn for Crochet Boot Warmers?
Many people prefer to use variegated thread, yarn, or other materials for crochet projects because their color schemes that result can be interesting and appealing. Variegated threads may also take on a different texture or tone in different light, so they often give a unique look to an otherwise boring project.
In my opinion, on the right project, variegated yarn makes things more attractive. As many have said before me: “variety’s the spice of life!”
Because of the contrasting colors and unexpected transitions, variegated yarn can make crochet work an absolute delight! Variegated yarn makes it possible for you to create the wonderfully unexpected blends of color and texture that adds a bit of mystery to your work.
You can easily build-up many rows of alternating colors without tying off, cutting, or even unweaving – nothing short of magic! That’s one way variegated yarn comes in handy when making an item such as a set of unique boot warmers.
What Size Calves Do Crocheted Boot Warmers Fit?
As written, this pattern is sized to fit a 14-15 in calf diameter (36-38 cm). Primarily, this is due to the fact that the average size of my calf, where most of my boots need a boot warmer, is 14-15 in. The boot warmers do have a bit of stretch, and do fit snugly, so the varying locations where I might wear the boot warmers is well within this range.
This pattern is extremely versatile, though. So, you do have the opportunity to size your boot warmers to fit your own calves.
How Much Yarn Will I Need to Make Boot Warmers?
I used almost an entire 3.5 oz skein of 100% acrylic worsted weight yarn (size 4). I do generally crochet in a medium-tension, so this is what I would consider an average amount of yarn usage for this project. For anyone who generally crochets with a loose tension, you may consider purchasing a second skein to ensure that there is excess to complete your project.
Additionally, the amount of yarn needed will depend upon the yarn itself, the size you are making, and any extra accent motifs added to the edging of they cowl.
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Free Crochet Boot Warmer Pattern
Below you will find the notes and directions for making this crochet boot warmer pattern.
5″x5″ in height and width or 13×13 cm
- Yarn: 140 yd, worsted weight yarn (Landscapes Boardwalk Promenade variegated yarn, pictured)
- Crochet Hook: Size I/9 hook (5.00 mm)
7 sc sts x 5 sc rows = 1.5”x1.5”
Skill Level: Easy/Intermediate
- Pause your work to fit the cuff before completing the top cuff. At this stage, the cuff should fit snugly around your leg at the top of the boot you plan to wear the boot warmers with so that the cuff does not fall down inside the boot. If you need the warmer to be larger or smaller, just add or subtract rows, as desired, in multiples of 5.
- The yarn used for these items contains natural fiber and requires special laundering. Please read yarn labels and follow directions to maintain the life of your crochet work.
As shown: 14-15 in calf diameter (36-38 cm)
Working in next stitch, (yarn over, insert hook in st, pull up loop to height of dc) 5 times, yarn over, pull through all loops but last loop on hook, yarn over, pull through last 2 loops
Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in remaining chs across, turn.
Ch 1, sc in first st, sc in BLO of next 5 sts, sc in last st, turn.
Pause your work to fit the cuff. At this stage, the cuff should fit around your leg at the top of the boot you plan to wear the boot warmers with. If you need the warmer to be larger or smaller, just add or subtract rows, as desired, in multiples of 5.
Ch 1, sl st the two sides together. Turn piece so that you are working in the sides of the stitches of the top cuff.
Body of Boot Warmer:
Ch 1, sc around the edge of the band, working 1 sc per row. Sl st in first sc to join (40 sc total)
Ch 1, sc in same st as joining, (ch 2, puff st in next 2 sts, sk 2 sts, sc in next st) 8 times around, omitting last sc on last repeat. Sl st in first sc to join, turn (8 puff stitch sections total).
Sl st in next 2 puff sts, ch 1, sc in ch sp from previous row, ch 2, make 2 puff sts in same ch sp as sc, (sc in next ch sp of previous row, ch 2, make 2 puff sts in same ch sp) repeat around, sl st in first sc to join, turn (8 puff stitch sections total). On end of row 5, DO NOT TURN.
Ch 2, hdc in each puff st and chain (40 total hdc’s). Sl st in top of chain to join. DO NOT TURN.
Ch 2, hdc in BLO of each hdc around, sl st in top of chain to join. DO NOT TURN.
Weave in ends.
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