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Cavendish Cuffs / Wrist Warmers


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  • Lace

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This is a set of 3 different cuffs or wrist warmers. A great look this year is the casual fiber or fabric accessory like these knitted cuffs or wrist warmers (or bracelets). It is a great way to use up small amounts of a special yarn, even hand-spun. Cavendish is the lacy one. Put it on to accent a tanned wrist, or a pretty ankle. Lancaster uses a color-changing yarn like Noro Kureyon Worsted to create chevron stripes. Add great vintage buttons for a trendy look. It fastens with buttons and buttonholes, or snap fasteners with the buttons sewn on decoratively. A crocheted loop for the button closure is another option. Portsmouth uses a color-changing yarn, but it is knit on the diagonal to create slanted stripes. An applied i-cord along the edges provides a neat finish. It's a fun way to show off unique vintage buttons. It fastens with buttons and buttonholes, or snap fasteners with the buttons sewn on decoratively or a crocheted loop. Each one uses less than 1/4 of a ball, so make several! Pattern has been professionally tech edited. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Easy lace Increase/Decrease GAUGE 24 sts/4 in/10 cm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS one size, 11cm/4.5 in wide, 21cm/8.5 in. long SUGGESTED YARN 120 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Noro Kureyon

Supplies Needed

  • Fingering weight yarn, 120 yds/110m
  • US 7 (4.50mm) needles
  • OR Worsted Weight yarn 100 yds/90m

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Brenda Castiel Designs
Brenda Castiel Designs
I have been knitting on and off since my teens, but became somewhat obsessed with it in 2007. I love squishy wools for the short, mild Los Angeles winters, and like cottons and blends for the rest of the year. I really believe that even beginner knitters can create something beautiful and useful, so I strive to keep patterns simple yet original. I am Goodstuff on Ravelry, and blog from time to time about knitting and life here: I have sold designs to Interweave Knits, Knitpicks, Creative Knitting magazine, KNIT magazine (Yarn Forward), Yarn magazine, Knit Now magazine, Classic Elite Yarns, The Sanguine Gryphon, and Three Irish Girls Yarns.