It’s a very simple stitch pattern, a multiple of six stitches + 1.
Here’s the pattern:
cotton yarn (Sugar & Cream or the like)
Gauge really doesn’t matter for this pattern; it’ll either be wider or narrower, depending on how you do it. You can always add on more repeats if you really want to.
1) Sc in second ch from hook & each rem. chain. 13sc
2) ch 1, turn. Sc in first st. *Ch 5, sk 5. Sc in next st.* twice. (End with sc in last sc.)
3) ch 1, turn. Sc in first st. *5hdc in ch-5 sp. Sc in sc.* twice
repeat rows 2 & 3 until cuff is almost large enough to encircle your wrist. Make it about 2 repeats FEWER than you think you need.
Ch 1, turn. Sl st in first 7 sts. IN SAME ST (#7): Ch 3. DC 4 more times. Drop loop from hook. Insert hook in first DC & back through dropped loop. Pull loop through st. Slst in last 6 sts. Finish off.
Join yarn in free loop of starting chain. Sl st in first 6 sts. Ch 3, sk 7th st. Slst in rem. 6 sts. Finish off.
I think this might work better with a button closure instead of the popcorn closure, but it was a matter of using what I could lay my hands on quickly. I’d also like to try it with a finer yarn. Maybe the bulkiness would have more of a punk edge if it wasn’t pink. I’ll be tinkering with this pattern & eventually get put it up on my permanent patterns site. But I don’t think this is half bad for something made on the fly.