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Top 7 Patterns for Wrist Cuffs

A great and popular look this year is wrist cuff. It is a great way to use up small amounts of a special yarn. At the same time,they are a fantastic way to stay cosy throughout the winter. You can create them in a variety of wrist Cuff patterns as mentioned below. They are eye catching and can effectively transform your outfit.

Wrist Cuff

 

 

Buttoned Wrist Cuff

Those one-of-a-kind cuff accessory are always hard to find, so why not make one for yourself? If your crochet skills are up for a little bit of a workout, then get ready to create that perfect piece of lace accessory. These simple stitches and construction combine together to create an intricate lace wrist cuff that can be worn numerous ways. Besides, this project is very quick to make.

 

Victorian Wrist Cuff

Why not add a touch of whimsy and charm to your everyday clothes with Victorian Cuffs? The designer of this simple but elegant Victorian cuff accessory is Kalurah Hudson. These pretty cuffs can be worn beneath your jackets with a simple top and jeans or alone with a sleeveless top to add a little romance to your wardrobe. Besides, you can whip up a pair in an afternoon for yourself or as a gift for a friend. They would look fantastic peeking out from any jacket or coat.

 

Cool Cat Wrist Cuff

Designer Shelby Allaho‘s new wrist cuff crochet pattern. Half double crochet in the back loop creates ridges that are a wonderful base for surface crochet detail. In addition, the woven ribbon patterning adds to the richness of the shimmery yarn in this elegant and eye-catching piece of accessory for any occasion. Besides, you could also adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge. If you would like to a perfect hook in various size, you may would like to try our HiyaHiya Aluminium Crochet Hooks. Also, you could find your proper gauge here.

 

Narcissus Cuff

This is a quick stash busting project, you could make this as an individual cuff bracelet or you could make them in pairs and have a pair of wrist warmers, perfect for cool spring days. This pattern requires a 5mm hook and chunky yarn but you could experiment with both the yarn and hook size. Makes a great gift or a treat for yourself. What a wonderful way to use up the little ends of skeins you don’t quite know what to do with.

 

Wrist Cuff

This pair of unisex cuffs is guaranteed to keep any little boy or girl toasty warm, yet allow hands free for play. Try wearing them on the ankles, too. The cuffs feature just a bit of colour work and are worked up in the round, asymmetrically. They are so easy to make you’ll want a set in every colour imaginable!

 

Ida Wrist Cuff

Wrist cuffs in stranded knitting, combined with slip stitches. The crocheted edge could be skipped (an alternative is described). The cuffs are fitting quite tight. Make them wider if you prefer this. Adjust your needle size if necessary.

 

Ladies Wrist Cuff

Feminine, lacy, and elegant, with a touch of country thrown in, these wrist cuffs are simple to make.They work up quickly, which make them a great last minute gift idea. You can make these in any size you’d like so long as your beginning chain is in multiples of 6. These can also be worked up in finer yarns, with a higher stitch count, and more repeats of round 5.

 

It’s possible you already have the yarn you need to make these wrist cuff accessories in your stash. In addition, if you would like to get these designs, dig through and see what you can find, then download one (or more!) of these wrist cuff patterns for an instant cool-temp accessory.  In addition, if you haven’t tried our Flyers or our Flyer Sets yet, there has never been a better time to find out how elegantly they glide through your next cuff pattern. You could also find HiyaHiya our Flyer Sets by clicking Here. We hope this has given you lots of inspiration for your new wrist cuff accessory!