Elizabeth Wrist Cuff

white crocheted wrist cuff/glove for cosplay or costume or prom or wedding
This wrist cuff is designed to match the Elizabeth Collar.

This would make a nice accessory for a wedding dress if you make it in white or ivory.  Or perhaps you want something for a prom  or quinceanera dress in a matching color.  There are so many pretty colors of crochet thread.  

It can be made to wear under a long sleeve shirt to give a pretty little feminine edge.  Or you can use it for Steampunk cosplay or a halloween costume.
black and white picture of crocheted vintage looking wrist cuffs for costume or cosplay or wedding
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You will need a button or ribbon or both.  If you want to make it for a steampunk cosplay you can add some gears to it.  Or some other charm for a costume.



  Materials: Aunt Lydia's® Classic Crochet Thread Size 10 White
Clover Amour Steel Crochet Hook Size 2 (1.50 mm)
Susan Bates Steel Crochet Hook Size 7 (1.5 mm)
small button or ribbon
Buttons Galore Button Bonanza-Natural


Stitches:
sc = single crochet; insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through both
dc = double crochet; yarn over and insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you have 3 loops on your hook now, yarn over and pull through the first 2 loops, yarn over and pull through the last 2 loops
ss = slip stitch; insert your hook into the stitch, pull the yarn through the stitch and your original loop.

3 sizes- starting chain (length in inches)
M 46
L 56 (7 inch)
XL 66 (9 inch)

Row 1: sc in the second stitch from the hook and in all across. 

Row 2: Ch 3 turn dc, dc, ch 1, skip 1, dc, ch 1, skip 1, dc, repeat across all

Row 3: Chain 1 turn, sc in every stitch across

Row 4: ch 3 skip 1, sc, ch 3, skip 1 sc, repeat across the row

Row 5: ch 3, sc in the chain 3 space, ch 3 sc in the next space, repeat across the row.

Row 6: ch 3, sc in the chain 3 space, ch 3 sc in the next space, repeat across the row.

Row 7: ch 3, sc in the chain 3 space, ch 3 sc in the next space, repeat across the row.

Row 8: ch 3 sc in space, dc x 5 ch 3 dc x 5 in next space, sc in next space, ch 1, sc in next space, dc x 5 ch 3 dc x 5 in next space
This part of the cuff is the part that goes toward the shoulder.  tie off and weave in your ends.


Reattach yarn at row one on the other side


Row 1: ch 1 and sc in all  across
Round 2:  put the sides together. slip stitch into the other side. chain 3, skip 1 stich, sc in next, repeat across,
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From now we will work in the round

Round 3:  ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space around

Round 4: ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space

Round 5: ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space

Round 6: ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space

Round 7: ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space

Round 8: ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space

Round 9:  ch 3 sc in the next sp, ch 3 sc in next space

Round 10-20 repeat Round 9

Round 21: ch 1, sc in next ch 3 sp, 5 dc ch 3 dc x 5 in the next space, sc, ch 1 sc in next sp, dc x 5 ch 3 dc x 5 in next sp, repeat around, ss into the first ch 1.

Add a button to close the wrist cuff or pull a ribbon through it and tie the ribbon.

Repeat the entire pattern for a second wrist cuff.
pinterest ready picture of crochet wrist cuffs for costume or cosplay

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