Turkish Delight Cuff by Maya Kuzman

Turkish Delight Cuff

July 2015
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
1.9 mm
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The Turkish Delight Cuff is for the ones with a wild spirit and romantic heart and it will not only accentuate your individuality and adventurousness but also add a bit of a chic!

The photo - tutorial is easy (to intermediate) to make:

To make this cuff, you will need:

  • sport yarn in 4 colors and adequate hook (read your yarn label for recommended hook size) – for this cuff I used 1.9 mm hook.

  • cylindrical (bugle) and round (seed) plastic beads – I used 7 different colors:

  • 54 round brown beads (4 mm/0.157”)

  • 90 round terracotta beads (2mm/ 0.08”)

  • 200 round light coral pink beads (2 mm/ 0.08”)

  • 40 cylindrical coral beads (2mm / 0.08”and 6mm (0.236”) length)

  • 80 cylindrical coral beads (2 mm / 0.08”and 3mm (o.118”) length)

  • 160 cylindrical coral pink beads (2 mm / 0.08”and 3mm (o.118”) length)

  • 196 cylindrical pearly white beads (2 mm/ 0.08” and 3mm (o.118”) length)

  • 3 beads / buttons for closure

  • sewing needle and threads

Used terms in US terminology: chain (ch), skip (sk), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc),half double crochet (hdc), double crochet (dc), double crochet puff stitch (dc puff st), (3ch) picot,

Finished measurements: 16 cm / 6.6” (without loops) in length and 7 cm / 2.8” in width.

The photos accompanied by elaborate instructions make this tutorial quite comprehensible and easy; nevertheless if you have any trouble with the pattern feel free to email me with your questions.

Feel free to sell the finished product. I would appreciate if you could link back to my shop.

Please note that I work very hard to make my crochet photo-tutorials come to life so I appreciate if you understand that they are for personal use only and may not be distributed in any way. Please DO NOT recopy, rewrite, redistribute or resell these patterns.
However, you are most welcome to sell finished items from this tutorial.

Thank you.