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Published by: kalurah on Sep 28, 2010
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Gauge for the cuff is 13 blsc for 14 rows=3.5” square.
For a smaller glove, use an I hook.
Cuff :
*Using “J” Hook, ch 14, leaving a 4” tail at beg. (Ill. 1)
*(ROW 1) WS. SC in 2nd ch from hook and in ea ch to the end.
(13 sc) (Ill. 2)
*(ROW 2) RS. ch 1, turn. blsc in ea st to the end of row. (Ill. 3)
*Rep Row 2 for 20 more rows. (22 rows total) (Ill. 4)

(Don’t forget, you’re working in the back loop for ea row! And if you lose count of your rows, just count the number of ribs you have. You should have a total of 11 ribs, after 22 rows.)

*ch1, fold wrist together, right sides facing(Ill. 5) and attach the top
of the row you’ve just completed to the bottom edge of the fi rst row
using a slip stitch all the way accross. (13 ss)(Ill. 6)
*Turn cuff inside out. (Ill. 7 & 8)
St= Stitch

Ea= Each
Nx= Next
Ev= Every
Rep= Repeat

Beg= Beginning
Sk= Skip
WS=Wrong Side
RS=Right Side
Supplies List:
About 2 oz of yarn
(worsted weight)
J” Hook
Tapestry Needle
Sewing thread and needle for but-
ton (optional)
2 Buttons (optional)
Stitches used:
Sc= Single crochet
Hdc= Half Double
Blsc= Back Loop
Single Crochet
SS= Slip Stitch
Ruffled Cufflette
These pretty wristlets are crocheted in
rounds using simple stitches.
They add an elegant touch to your winter

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