Free Crochet Pattern: Belmont Boot Toppers

Add a pop of color to your wardrobe without the whole bulky sock!

boot cuffs pattern

These quick little cuffs peek out from above your boots and can be worn straight, folded, or upside down.

Download the pattern for FREE on Ravelry.

22 responses to “Free Crochet Pattern: Belmont Boot Toppers

  1. Do you have the directions for the Belmont Boot Toppers in knitting? I can’t crochet, but can knit….Love the boot toppers!

  2. I agree with the other post….this is one of the best boot topper patterns I’ve come across. I’d like permission to make and sell these, if it is something that you would grant. Thank you!

    • Yes, feel free to sell your finished boot cuffs!
      Please keep in mind that when selling handcrafted items, it’s courteous to give proper credit to the designer,
      and the pattern itself is the property of the designer and cannot be re-sold.

      • Bless you! Thank you for giving me permission…and yes, I will add Life Adorned as the creator of the pattern. Thanks again, Kathy

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  4. I think what people are having issues with on Row 3 is where it says ‘sc in 3rd dc in group, ch 2, dc in next sc’ it should probably say dc in next sc chain SPACE. (Meaning skip 4 sc and use the empty space between the shells). I struggled with these rows also and finally figured it out on my own and it finally looks right! Lol. Hopeful it will turn out beautifully!

    • no, you should be skipping the remaining 2 dc’s in the 5-dc group and working the dc into the sc in between these 5-dc groups. there is no chain-space in row 2 to work into…

    • Hi Debbie,
      if you click above where it says “download the pattern” it’ll take you to the page, where the option to download is at the upper right of the page.
      if you’d like to browse patterns on Ravelry, I believe you need to have an account with them. You can sign up for free at the website http://www.ravelry.com

  5. Love the pattern and have received compliments and orders in abundance. One fun thing that I’ve come up with, I’ve used team colors for the three shell last rows. So, first row of shells is black, next row red, last row black.

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