Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wrist Cuff Pattern

This is a very basic pattern, and is good for the beginning crocheter. This is the first pattern that I have written, so I hope it is clear and understandable.

Materials needed:
Small amount of worsted yarn, colour of choice.
2 buttons, approx 2 cm each.
3.25 (D) crochet hook

1. ch 11
2. Turn and sc in second st from hook. Sc in each st across. Ch 1 and turn.
3-34. Sc in each st across, ch1, and turn. (You can decrease rows or increase rows, for the size of your wrist. This amount was slightly big on my wrist, however, I have really small wrists.)
35. Sc in first st, chain 2, skip 2 sts, sc for next 4 sts, chain 2, sc in last st. Ch 1, and turn.
(Where the chains are, are for the button holes. Adjust the chain's for the size of the buttons, and the stitches around them accordingly.)
36. Sc in each st across. Fasten off, and weave loose ends into the previous sts.

Sew the buttons on the end without the button holes, one on each side, placed appropriately for where your button holes are on the other end of the cuff.

Note: You are free to use this pattern as you please, but please do not copy it and publish else where. You may link back to this post if you want to share it. If you choose to make this pattern, and sell the result, please provide a link back to my blog. Please do not sell this pattern.

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