Ribbons And Grace "Wristers" Crochet Cuffs


Ribbons And Grace "Wristers" Crochet Cuffs

Ribbons and Grace Wristers Crochet Cuffs
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."

Notes-If these are too short, feel free to add another repeat of round 6. If they are too small, in the opening, go up a hook size; too large, go down a hook size.
-It is possible to add a thumb hole of sorts by putting a stitch at the end about 1" from the edge.
-These cuffs are worked in multiples of 6.
-You must be comfortable with working in the 3rd loop of an hdc. Instructions: Look at the top of the stitch, and locate the sideways “V”, bend the stitch to look at the back, and you should see another “V”. You’ll be working into the back loop of that “V”, this is called the 3rd loop.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge14 stitches in 4"

Finished Size4 1/4" tall, by 3 1/2" wide at the narrowest point.

Materials List

  • 5 mm (H) hook, or hook needed to obtain gauge
  • 75 yards Red Heart Super saver in “Buff”
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle
  • Sewing needle
  • Sewing thread in a color that matches your ribbon
  • 1 1/2 yards of 7/8” sheer ribbon
  • 2 5/8" buttons
  • Fray check or clear nail polish
  • Optional: Hot glue/glue gun

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I guess I still need all the help I can get with working in what is known in the world of crochet as the "third loop"! I need to refresh and watch a video tutorial because I am having a tad bit of trouble here. As far as the look of these wristlets, wouldn't they be beautiful for a wedding?

This Wristers cuff pattern is given in only one size, but it is easy to make it either smaller or larger by changing the size of your hook or changing the weight of your yarn. These wrist cuffs have a Victorian feel that will dress up a variety of outfits. There are three other patterns to this series and the link is available on her blog.

These Ribbons And Grace Wristers Crochet Cuffs are so elegant looking. A great way to dress up your wrist too. I like that there is no thumb hole in these, sometimes it's hard to do things with the thumb in other types of fingerless gloves. This pattern is well written and easy to follow with some great pictures to help if you need it. I'm looking forward to making and wearing these cute wristers. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This lovely cuff reminds me of when I was going through my Victoriana phase. That was a long time ago, so it might be time to revisit my fascination. I really appreciate that the designer has taken us visual learners into account. Her series of assembly photos is very logically laid out and sure to inspire new crafters. An interesting new take on the usual fingerless gloves.


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