Faux Fur Cuffs

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Faux Fur Cuffs Pattern


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Crocheting: Faux Fur Cuffs
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet stitches (sc, hdc, dc, etc.) Instructions for any special stitches are included in pattern.

Pattern Description:

These little fur cuffs are so popular in the fall and winter! Now you can make your own! They are removeable, so they can be worn on any long sleeved shirt. They make great ankle cuffs too - girls love wearing them at the top of their boots! Crochet them in your little girl's favorite colors! They also fit most women's wrists.

These cuffs are fully lined so that the fur stays on the outside where it belongs, and when finished, are about 2" wide at the base (not including the fluffiness of the "fur"). Don't confuse them with fur hair scrunchies - they are completely different, and I know you will be very pleased with the end result!

Here is what a recent customer said in her feedback:

"I have made these before and was reluctant to pay this much for pattern. Description made me curious as the ones I had made was just like pony tail holders. I am so glad I did purchase it! Well written and very easy to follow. The end result is a quality product and I can't stop making them!"

As purchaser of this pattern you will have permission to sell your finished items. Pattern credit is always appreciated.


Gauge is not important for this project.


  • worsted yarn, fur yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle, metal-free hair elastics

About Designer

About Designer

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I've been crocheting since I was a child - making gifts for my siblings and friends at school. While raising my kids, I didn't have a lot of time for my hobbies, but once they were in high school, I found more time, and started crocheting every day to perfect my skills.

I began selling my original designs within the "boutique" world on eBay in the late 90's, and after some time, began ...

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