Another tutorial for cuffs! I’m rather addicted to wrist warmers/cuffs at present. They are so handy and use up that odd 50gm ball of yarn lying around the shop. Cuffs show off that luxurious yarn. These ones are knit in Jo Sharps Silk Road.
Step 1: Chain 31
Start by chaining 31 stitches.
Step 2: Row 1
In the second chain from the hook, work a half treble crochet (htr). Continue working htr stitches until you reach the last 6 chains. In the last 6 chains, work a treble crochet (tr). Chain 1 and turn your work.
Step 3: Row 2
Working in the hidden back loop of the stitches, work half treble crochets (htr) to the end of the row. Chain 1 to finish the row. You should have 30 stitches at this point.
Step 4: Row 3
Again, working in the hidden back loop, work a half treble crochet (htr) in the next 24 stitches. Then, work a treble crochet (tr) in the next 6 stitches. Chain 1 and turn your work. You should have 24 htr stitches and 6 tr stitches.
Step 5: Repeat Rows 2 and 3
Continue repeating rows 2 and 3 until the cuff is long enough to fit comfortably around the wrist with a slight stretch. This will depend on the size of the wrist you are making the cuff for.
Step 6: Join
Once the cuff is the desired length, join the beginning chain to the last row with a slip stitch (slst). Then, break the yarn and sew in any loose ends to secure the cuff.
That’s it! You’ve successfully created a cuff with the given stitch pattern. Feel free to decorate or customize it further according to your preferences.