Puff Stitch Wrist-Warmers & Coffee Cuff by Maggy Strong

Puff Stitch Wrist-Warmers & Coffee Cuff

October 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in slip stitch pattern
4.5 mm
245 - 350 yards (224 - 320 m)
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What can you make with only 100g of yarn? A lot of things, it turns out!

Gauge: ch 6, sl st across (5 sl st), work for 10 rows.

This pattern was written to specifically appeal to variegated, speckled, or tonal hand dyed yarns. The soft, smooth finish of the puff stitches will display the yarn just as beautifully as it looks in the hank. Even if you only have one skein of your loveliest yarn, you can still get a great set of matching accessories!

This pattern is written specifically for ~245 yards of DK weight yarn. However, there are notes inside for how to adjust for more yarn weights, as well as how to adjust for size. The stretchy, elastic type of cuffs for the wrist-warmers will make for a comfy, easy fit! (And yes, it is crochet.)

I also include instructions on how to make the most of the yarn you have, so you can use every yard of your luxury yarn. Yep, this all came form only 100 grams!

This pattern is only one in my ongoing series about using just 100g of hand dyed yarn to make truly one of a kind crochet creations. All of these patterns are meant to cater specifically to hand dyed yarn, to show it off and to make the most of the limited yardage. It makes an excellent gift to go along with a hank of luxury yarn!

Feel free to comment with any questions and I’ll respond as soon as I’m able!

For more info on this pattern and others in my ‘100g Series’, check out https://knottymagpie.com/patterns-for-100-grams-wrist-war...

Edit: Boneheaded mistake! I forgot to write in the BLO instructions for making the hems, which is the entire reason they’re comfy and stretchy. The PDF now includes this critical instruction! Every row in the hem sections should be worked in BLO slip stitches