Old Gold Cuff/Bracelet

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Old Gold Cuff/Bracelet Pattern


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Knitting: Old Gold Cuff/Bracelet
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and purl stitches . Increase and decrease

Pattern Description:

Add some pizazz to any outfit with this very easy and quick to make lacy cuff/bracelet.
This very glam one is knitted from a metallic ribbon and is especially gorgeous with 2 vintage buttons...

But this pattern is so versatile you can make it in a white cotton thread with pearl buttons for a dainty Summer cuff, or in a chunky wool or acrylic to make a bolder statement,and use big wooden buttons for closing.

But don't stop THERE!!!
Knit yourself an amazing belt or headband using the same pattern.
A beginner will have NO trouble with this pattern and in a few days you will have a heap of new accessories for not too many dollars.


Gauge is not important and depends entirely on yarn weight and needle size.
Please choose needle size to result in a firm fabric.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • When using 1/8'' ribbon yarn cuff will be approximately 2.5" wide
  • Length can be altered easily to fit wrist.
  • Width depends on weight of yarn chosen


  • Small amount of any yarn from stash.
  • Straight or circular knitting needles to suit yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Tapestry Needle
  • 2 buttons , 1/2'' to 3/4'' diameter.

About Designer

About Designer

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by superjan
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My Mum was a brilliant needlewoman so I learned to knit at 5 .
My Nanna taught me to crochet at about 10.
Love to create something beautiful from almost nothing. That extends from crochet and knitting through to my garden and in the kitchen.
It is the only way to live........in my opinion.
Frugally and simply means happily to me.

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