Here's my tutorial for a pair cable crochet stitch boot cuffs I've created. It's really a simple pattern that you can whip up really quick either for yourself or a friend! Here's a preview of my finished project to the left.
Worsted weight yarn
1 H sized hook
half double crochet (hdc)
double crochet (dc)
cross cable double crochet (ccdc)
Chain 16, hdc into the second chain from the hook. Hdc across. Chain 2 at the end of the row, turn, hdc across the row. Contiune this until your piece reaches the circumference of your mid-calf.
For my personal pattern I crochet 24 rows. Once completed, cut a long tail. Thread that with a yarn needle. Hold the two ends together and whip stitch all the way down.
Secure the ends and cut off excess. Once seamed, turn the work inside out.
Turn the piece so you are working on the outside of the previous piece. Stick the hook in the seam and draw up a chain. Single crochet in that space and along the entirety of the piece.
For the edging you will need an even number of spaces. If you find yourself at an odd number, simply do an additional single crochet before this next step.
Once you've single crocheted around slip stitch into the first. Chain 2, skip a stitch, and 3 double crochets in next stitch. Yarn over and insert the hook (going from the front of the work, not the back) and draw up a loop. Pull through 2 loops, then 2 loops again. This is the cross cable double crochet (ccdc).
Repeat this around the entire piece. Skip a stitch, 3 double crochet, ccdc into the skipped stitch all the way across until you reach the chain 2. Slip stitch into the top of that.
Badabing! Your very own cross cable stitch boot cuff. All you have to do is repeat the process once over to have a matching pair. Hope you guys like it! Any questions? Comment below and I'll help!