While Miss Elizabeth Bennet may have had enough decorum to never say anything as scandalous as this, we all yearn to meet our own smoldering gentleman and declare, "Kiss me Mr Darcy!" If there's a Colin Firth type character involved, I definitely would! These wrist cuffs add a delicate lacy look peeking out from the sleeves of your favourite cardi or jacket and reflect the bygone romantic era of full skirts and lacy collars. Light enough to wear in Spring or Autumn, they are made in 3ply cotton using a 2.5mm hook. A full photo tutorial with easy to follow instructions.
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Do The Fan Dance Wrist Cuffs
The fresh Spring weather still has a memory of coolness. Or are you marching into Autumn where there's a light chill in the air, but it's not cold enough for gloves? Then make yourself these light wrist cuffs to add a feminine touch and a little warmth. These lovely wrist cuffs give a steampunk era effect to cardigan or light jacket. They are quick and easy to make. Full photo tutorial and easy to follow instructions!
For those of you who are unfamiliar with my Easy-On Mittens, these mittens have a wrist closure option which allows you to open and close the mitten at the wrist. I first designed these mittens for my son because he was so wiggly and I swear he had fingers sticking out all over the place - trying to get mittens on his hands was such a challenge and he always pulled them off as fast as I could get them on. These mittens open at the wrist so you can easily pop the hand into the mitten itself (not getting stuck on the narrower cuff part) and once the hand is inside you can button up the wrist closure and the hand stays inside the mitten ;) You can wear the closure on the underside of your wrist (which is how I did Drew's so he wouldn't try to undo the buttons) or on top - which is how Darla liked to wear hers because she thought they looked ‘pretty’ that way. You can alternately whip stitch the cuff closed for a regular pair of mittens - this is totally up to you! These mittens have been requested for many reasons - one of which is for individuals in Nursing Homes. The wrist closure allows caregivers to slide the mittens onto the resident’s hands more easily (and less painfully) and then the wrist closure can be button to ensure the mitten stays in place once on.
Ribbons And Grace "Wristers" Crochet Cuffs
These wrist cuffs have a Victorian feel that will dress up a variety of outfits! I have been excited to try "wristers" for a while, and have been looking for the perfect opportunity to make a set. Several of you have mentioned wanting a pair of fingerless gloves to go with the Ribbons and Grace Boot cuffs, and Neck warmer, but due to the way the pattern spirals, a straight thumb hole would have been somewhat tricky to pull off. These cuffs solve that problem nicely since they lack a thumb hole, but still cover your hand nicely.
Autumn Amore Mittens
The final pattern for the Autumn Amore Crochet Along is the Autumn Amore Mittens! These moss stitch crochet mittens are quick, cozy, and the pattern includes 3 sizes to fit your family! The Mittens, like all the Autumn Amore CAL patterns, use 3 colors. You need just one ball of each to make the mittens in any of the sizes listed! The Autumn Amore Mittens are worked in the round - but differently than we’ve done in the other patterns in the set! And since they are made bottom up, you'll learn how to decrease the moss stitch in the round as well with this pattern! For more information, see: https://www.mooglyblog.com/autumn-amore-mittens/
Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves
These fingerless mittens are easy quick to make, taking only an hour or two to complete. They are the perfect accessory to complete any outfit. With the holidays on the way, they also make a thoughtful handmade gift to give to your friends and family. These make perfect texting gloves. This pattern is also quite adaptable - experiment with different yarns and colors. So grab a skein of soft, pretty yarn and start on your fingerless crochet pattern this weekend.