Chevron Lace Cuff by Shannon Burns

Chevron Lace Cuff

Crochet
June 2014
DMC Pearl Cotton 5
Thread ?
1.65 mm
US
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Inspired by MooglyBlog’s Chevron Lace Wrap
For a free pattern for the wrap, and some videos to help with crochet this chevron sequence, check out their page! http://www.mooglyblog.com/chevron-lace-wrap/

I do not own any rights to their pattern and my pattern is being offered for free because their pattern is also available for free.

Materials:
I strongly recommend only using 100% cotton thread for this project!!!! It is more comfortable to wear in the summer heat and holds more defined stitches and a better shape! You can also block and starch cotton for better shape.

Needle size 7, 1.65 MM from Boye
I used size 5 cotton thread from RedHeart for the white cuff
For the striped cuff, I actually used size 5 Pearl Cotton Thread from DMC which is sold in the tapestry/embroidery thread section at craft stores.

The Pearl Cotton thread seems to crochet tighter than the RedHeart, so I will probably go up a hook size or add another repeat the next time I crochet this cuff in the Pearl Cotton. I’m sorry I don’t have a gauge for this pattern! My recommendation is to chain a multiple of 20 that will pass comfortable over your hand as a bracelet would. Add an additional 20 chain repetition to this number.

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