These fuzzy, lacy and fitted cuffs, knitted with a luscious angora/wool weight yarn, are surprisingly warm despite leaving your fingers free.
The lighter-weight version, a different look with good stitch definition, is knit with merino sport-weight yarn.
Make them extra-girly by crocheting a simple edging with mohair/silk lace-weight yarn.
Needle notes: 3 mm needle is necessary for St Magnus D.K., 2.5 mm needle for Cool Wool. In any case, change needle size until you achieve correct gauge. Smaller needles are used to make wrist more fitted in both cases, and are optional.
Laceweight yarn for edging is also optional.
Lace motif is charted.
27 stitches = 4 inches in st st in the round
120 yards of Sport weight
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