With a few exceptions, most of the pincushion cuffs I've made have been the size in the pattern. But last week someone requested two larger ones, so off I went to make them.
The one picture above was the largest one (8" - 8.5") and it turned out awesome in this light weight denim. I can make another of these and am all caught up on custom work for the moment, so it won't take long to sew up another. Send me a note on etsy if you are interested.
The other was for a 7" - 7.5" wrist. It was a remake of this one.
So below are cuff dimensions and the mods made. I used fleece for these (still working my bolt) so dimensions are for fleece. If you'll use batting cut a piece to fit in one of the folds, or half the width measurements for the fleece. Don't forget about this blog post with a fleece piece for the pincushion cuff.
7" - 7.5"
Cuff Fabric: 9.75" high x 7.5" wide
Fleece: 9" high x 3.75" wide
Print the A & B pieces 103% larger than what's in the pattern.
For the F pieces I cut two pieces of fabric big enough to sew together to be slightly larger than the outline of B. When I make these cuffs, I never cut out the F pieces and eye ball two fabric pieces to sew together and then follow the outline of the petals basted to B.
For the leaves, I made those the same size as in the pattern (so no change).
8" - 8.5"
Cuff Fabric: 10.75" high x 8" wide
Fleece: 10" high x 4" wide
Print the A & B pieces 106% larger than what's in the pattern. These leaves are also the same as in the pattern. See the paragraph above for F--it's the same thing.