Why is Violet blushing? Wrist Cuffs by Louise Kendall

Why is Violet blushing? Wrist Cuffs

August 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
3.5 mm (E)
3.0 mm
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Why is Violet blushing?
Was the son of Lord Lipplesbottom taking advantage of her exposed ankles?
Or had she too many glasses of porter and thought Mrs Peachworth too ebullient for civilised conversation?

A beautiful project for intermediate crocheters to wear as a warming accessory in Autumn and spring.

These delightfully easy, super peasy wrist cuffs are made in the round with lovely little shells for the cuff and then two layers of basic lace work around the top.
The size can be altered by increasing or decreasing by creating your base chain as 5+1.

Made from washable cotton blend, you can make yourself a pair in a day!

The pattern is professionally written so you can create this in the round to your own measurements.
It includes the step by step instructions and beautiful photographs to help you make these wrist cuffs.

You will need:
3.5mm hook
3.0mm hook

Patons Cotton Blend 8ply 50gm balls (or similar cotton yarn in the brand of your choice) with 65g of the main colour, and 25 gm of your inner lace trim colour.