Oct
14

Cabled Cuff Stitches

Cabled Cuff Stitches

This week on Ask Me Monday, I show how to create petite cabled cuff stitches for wrist warmers, mittens, socks, and beyond!

 


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Cabled Cuff Stitch (Knit)

SPECIAL STITCHES
C2F: Sl 1 st on cn, hold front, k1; k1 from cn.

C2B: Sl 1 st onto cn, hold back, k1; k1 from cn.

Directions:

CO a multiple of 4 sts. Divide evenly amongst dpns. Join rnd, taking care not to twist.

Rnd 1: Knit.

Rnd 2: *C2F, C2B; rep from * around.

Rnd 3: Knit.

Rep Rnds 2-3 until cuff measures desired length.

Cabled Cuff Stitch

Cabled Cuff Stitch (Crochet)

SPECIAL STITCHES

FPdc: Front Post double crochet, make a double crochet around the front post of the stitch.

FPhdc: Front Post half-double crochet, make a half-double crochet around the front post of the stitch.

Directions:

Make a chain with an even amount of sts. Join rnd with a sl st on the first ch, taking care not to twist.

Rnd 1: Ch 2, hdc in next st and every st around. Join rnd with a sl st in top of beg-ch.

Rnd 2: Ch 2, *Sk 1 st, FPdc in next st, FPdc in sk st; rep from * around. Join rnd with a sl st in top of beg-ch.

Rnd 3: Ch 2, FPhdc in next st and every st around. Join rnd with a sl st in top of beg-ch.

Rep Rnds 2-3 until cuff measures desired length.

Cabled Cuff Stitch (crochet)

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3 Responses to “Cabled Cuff Stitches”

  1. Dolly

    I saw a video of you knitting a seed stitch rib and cable headband, it’s twisted. I can’t figure out how to get the pattern. Can you help me out?

    Reply
    • Vickie Howell

      Unfortunately, that was for the JOANN blog and they’ve pulled their blog down. Sorry!

      Reply
  2. Julia Terrazas

    Do you have video for knit thumb gusset for october wrist warmers. I can’t seem to figure it out. Help.
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    Thank you

    Reply

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