Crochet Pattern: Textured Wrist Cuff

By Robin Beers – 12 Comments
This textured wrist cuff is a quick and easy pattern to crochet. You can mix and match different colors of yarn and finish it off with a little eyelash yarn for a fringe effect. You will have to know the Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc) and Back Post Double Crochet (bpdc). It is a good pattern to use up your scrap yarn. You can make matching cuffs or just one for a bracelet accent. They are very comfortable to wear!

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 2 3/4″ (6.9 cm) wide by approximately 7″ (17.7 cm) circumference.

Worsted Weight Yarn in 3 different colors
Eyelash yarn
Approximately 5 yards of each color
Crochet Hook J (6.00 mm)
Yarn needle

Gauge: 6 dc and 4 rows = 2″
Crochet Pattern: Textured Wrist Cuff
Note – this wrist cuff will fit a small to medium wrist. Instructions for the larger size are in parentheses.

With color A, ch 24 (26), join with sl st in first ch made to form a ring. Be careful not to twist chain.
Round 1: ch 3, dc in each ch around, join with sl st in top of beginning ch-3: 24(26) dc
Round 2: ch 3, *fpdc around next st, bpdc around next st, repeat from * around, join with sl st top of beginning ch-3: 12(13)fpdc, 12(13)bpdc
Round 3: Finish off, with color B, repeat round 2
Round 4: Repeat round 2, finish off
Round 5: With color C, repeat round 2
Round 6: Repeat round 2, finish off
Round 7: With eyelash yarn, sc in each st around, finish off

If you have any questions about this pattern, please don’t hesitate to ask.

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  1. Sarah Dee says:

    I’m sorry, I do not like that at all.

  2. Jackie says:

    I don’t realy like it either..I don’t know anyone who would wear it ..Sorry!!

  3. mmcrochet says:

    Actually, I like it, not sure about eyelash yarn – but I’ll see when I make it.

  4. Sallie says:

    I personally don’t like it but probably teens would think its cool.

  5. Terry says:

    Why even comment if you don’t like it?

    It’s not as if it’s going to be given to you, just move on people.

    Cute idea Robin!

  6. Ronnie says:

    Just use your imagination you can do it in one color or two don’t add the eyelit yarn. You could put another edgeing on. I bet you guys would really like it then. It is a nice pattern with a ton of variations.

  7. Robin says:

    Thanks, Terry, I try not to take the negative comments personally. Ronnie, I was just thinking, you could use a lighter weight yarn too and even crochet thread in a size 3 that would make it a different feel altogether! Maybe those teens would like that! Actually, my mother, who is in her seventies, loves this cuff! I made her one and she got lots of complements at her ceramics class!

  8. mmcrochet says:

    It would be really pretty around -Christmas = red with white eyelash yarn, and I can picture a red hat with white border/trim in eyelash yarn.

  9. Erin says:

    Thanks for the pattern, Robin. I would definitely put the eyelash yarn on this cuff.
    It’s too bad you have to have thick skin to write free crochet patterns!

  10. kim dugan says:

    hi there! this wrister is the coolest! it is so very stylish and cute! im looking forward to making it and selling it! dont listen to negative energy ——- they must be OLD or have No style! remember…………………….if you cant say anything nice…………………. thanks for your great idea and creativity! kim

  11. Sara says:

    I like the cuff too. It’s earthy and unique! I plan to make a variation for my dad for father’s day. Thank you for the wonderful pattern!

  12. Cyndie says:

    I loved this pattern. I was looking for something to use as a cozy but after the drink was gone would be converted into a wristband. *smiling Its Perfect! Thanks for the base pattern that I twisted into a new idea.

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