Crochet Pattern: Fun Circles Wrist Cuff

By Erin Burger – 11 Comments

Want a colorful accessory to bring together an outfit, to stick in a stocking stuffer or make for a teacher appreciation gift? Look no further! Finish the project from beginning to end in well under an hour and play around with different color combination for added fun.

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Size: cuff is approx. 9″ (22.86 cm) long and each circle with border is 2.5″ (6.35 cm) wide

small amounts of worsted weight yarn (4 different colors used in pictured cuff)
Crochet Hook J (6.00 mm)
one button measuring approx. 1/2″ (1.27 cm) wide
crochet yarn size 4

Gauge: each circle has a diameter of 2.25″ (5.72 cm)

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Crochet Pattern: Fun Circles Wrist Cuff
Make three circles (pictured cuff has three different colored circles)
Round 1: ch 2, 8 sc in 2nd ch from hook, place marker (do not join, use stitch markers at beginning and/or end of rounds to keep track): 8 sc
Round 2: 2 sc in next sc and each sc around: 16 sc
Round 3: (2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc) around, sl st in next sc: 24 sc
Finish off, weave in all ends.

Joining the circles:
Joining anywhere on any of the circles with a sl st, sc in same sc and in 12 sc around, ch 2, join anywhere on another circle with a sl st, sc in same sc and in 12 sc around, ch 2 , join anywhere on last circle with a sl st, sc in same sc and in 12 sc around, ch 4 (for a 1/2 inch button) sc in next sc and in next 11 sc, ch 2, sc in remaining 12 sc of next circle, ch 2, sc in remaining 12 sc of last circle, sl st in first sc of cuff. Finish off.

Sew button on first circle (opposite of circle with ch-4 space). For a child or a smaller adult sew button at center of circle. For an average sized adult sew it further towards the outside border of circle.

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  1. AngelPearls says:

    This Wrist Cuff is soo cute -thanks for sharing! Eva

  2. jamie says:

    so cute! and if you make a lot of circles, they could be joined together for garland 🙂

  3. Angie says:

    Super Cute! I love it! Can’t wait to make one or more. 🙂

  4. Debi Stoll says:

    A really sweet idea for young girls and they whip up so fast. Thanks.

  5. ayoe says:

    Hi, …I’m a begginer..confused with circle pattern… (sorry,I can’t speak English very well).
    In each round, I read from Japanese Pattern that usually start with chain stich at next level round and use sl st at the end round to 1st ch for sc, or 3rd ch for dc. Ex: start with ch-1 if use sc stich, and ch-3 if use dc stich. How about your pattern, cause I didn’t found tha requst…please help me, thx…^_^

  6. Staci says:

    Thank you for sharing this pattern – it’s so cute! I’m including it in my Friday Favorites this week!

  7. Christina says:

    This would be so cute for little girls. Match up all the colors and instantly you have a complete outfit!!

  8. ladyjah says:

    hey Rach!
    love your crochet site! yeah so I’m a bit cofused by the “weave all ends”. if you can just explain to me what does it exatly mean? is that like tie a knot at the end maybe? ok thankx

  9. Erin says:

    Hi, you work these rounds as a spiral, meaning that you don’t join at the end of the round. Using a stitch marker makes this technique easier, see here about using stitch markers in crochet and working rounds in different ways:


    Hi, you can read this post about finishing your work:


  10. Sarah Dee says:

    Not a fan of it being a bracelet, but it would be nice if it was a belt made with smaller circles.

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