Diamond Lace Cuff by Rebecca Diamond

Diamond Lace Cuff

Knitting
October 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6.5 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch
in Across diamond, after blocking
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
26 - 35 yards (24 - 32 m)
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This cuff is simple to make, and (like most knit lace patterns) looks much more complicated than it actually is.

It’s designed to give a quick introduction to lace knitting, with paired increases and decreases, and yarnovers.

The pattern is fully written and fully charted, so that you can work in whichever method is most comfortable for you.

By the time you’ve completed this cuff, you’ll have mastered the basic techniques of lace knitting!

The samples were knit using between 5-10g of fingering weight yarn (Manos Del Uruguay Alegria) and US 1.5 / 2.5mm needles – you’ll also need a needle to weave in yarn ends, 3 buttons, and a finer needle and thread to complete the cuff. Gauge is not essential for this project.

The pattern has been test knit, and is error-free to the best of my knowledge. Should you spot any additional errors or typos, please do let me know.

Items made from this pattern may, of course, be sold. Just sell them for enough to make it worth it - don’t undervalue your time! :D