This listing is for a PDF PATTERN ONLY for the Lotus Mesh Cuff from The Little Bee.
Add a pop of colour to your day with a beautiful piece of fine crochet jewellery.
Inspiration for this wrist cuff was taken from the elegant form of the lotus flower petals and the geometric shapes of industrial steel mesh.
The Instant Download PDF pattern is written in US terms and contains:
* 1 pattern in two sizes ~ REGULAR and LARGE
* detailed instructions & a photo tutorial of the steps.
* details on how to further extend, or shorten, the length of your cuff if necessary
Skill level: Intermediate
1. 1.75mm crochet hook (US size 4)
2. Size 5 crochet cotton:
1 skein (or 25-30m/27-32yds) for mesh
1 skein (or 25-30m/27-32yds) for lotus flower
3. 3 x small buttons
4. Yarn needle & sewing pins
6. Pins and board/foam for blocking
Time needed: 1-3 hours
After purchasing you will be able to instantly download the file for the pattern.
If you have any questions about the pattern I will be happy to help. Just send me a message and I will get back to you asap.
You have permission to sell the finished product made from this pattern provided credit for the pattern is clearly displayed as The Little Bee (www.etsy.com/shop/TheLittleBeeNZ). If you sell the item online please provide a link to The Little Bee shop for the pattern.
Re-writing, re-selling, distributing, or copying the pattern itself is prohibited.
10dc x 5 rows = 1" square
50 yards of Lace weight
|Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
I've been making things as long as I can remember. When I was very small I used to make my own patterns for my dolls' clothes and sew them up on my mum's industrial sewing machines. It's a miracle I ...
I've been making things as long as I can remember. When I was very small I used to make my own patterns for my dolls' clothes and sew them up on my mum's industrial sewing machines. It's a miracle I didn't loose a finger or two, but it was the start of a life long love for making things...
Over the years I've been into making all sorts of things from mosaics to jewellery, clothing & painting, and right now I'm loving the wonderful world of crochet!
The Little Bee came about in 2013. My babies have finally grown old enough for me to lift my head above water and get back into transforming the many ideas in my head into reality. And it's so much fun!
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