in blue and pink
Two crochet cuffs.

in blue and pink

This is an easy crochet cuff for beginners or anyone looking for something simple and fun. It’s crocheted in a continuous round so there is no extra sewing at the end of the pattern and no need for a clasp, button, or knot. It simply slips over your hand!

Abbreviations

  • Ch – chain
  • Sl – slip stitch
  • Sk – skip
  • Sc – single crochet

Crochet Cuff Pattern

Make a foundation chain in a multiple of 4. Join with Sl in beginning Ch. The ring you just formed will be the final size of your bracelet, so make sure it fits easily over your hand before you go any further.

A blue Crochet Cuff.

Bamboo Silk, 2.7 mm hook

Row 1 – Ch 2, Sc in every Ch around. Join with Sl in 2nd Ch of beginning Ch 2.

Row 2 – Ch 2, Sc in next Sc. Ch 3, Sk 2 Sc (Sc in each of next 2 Sc, Ch 3, Sk 2 Sc) Repeat from ( to ) around. Join with Sl in 2nd Ch of beginning Ch 2. Fasten off.

Row 3 – With new color, join with Sl in 2nd Ch of any Ch 3 space, Ch 5 (Sc in 2nd Ch of next Ch 3 space, Ch 4) Repeat from ( to ) around. Join with Sl in 1st Ch of beginning Ch 5.

Row 4 – Sl in next 2 Ch, Ch 2, Sc in next Ch, Ch 3 (Sc in 2nd Ch of next Ch 4 space, Sc in next Ch, Ch 3) Repeat from ( to ) around. Join with Sl in 2nd Ch of beginning Ch 2. Fasten off.

Row 5 – With original color, join with Sl in 2nd Ch of any Ch 3 space, Ch 5 (Sc in 2nd Ch of next Ch 3 space, Ch 4) Repeat from ( to ) around. Join with Sl in 1st Ch of beginning Ch 5.

Pink, Striped Crochet Cuff.

Worsted Weight, G Hook

Row 6 – Sl in next 2 Ch, Ch 2, Sc in next Ch, Ch 2 (Sc in 2nd and 3rd Ch of next Ch 4 space, Ch 2) Repeat from ( to ) around. Join with Sl  in 2nd Ch of beginning Ch 2.

Row 7 – Ch 2, Sc in every stitch around (both Sc and Ch). Join with Sl in 2nd Ch of beginning Ch 2. Fasten off. Weave in all ends.

Congratulations!

You made Crochet Cuff #1!

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