I went to my fabric hoard and found a pink and green paisley printed cotton. I wanted my cuff to be about 2" wide so I cut my fabric width to about 4". To determine the length I measured around the leg and added 1" for the seam allowance.
Next, fold the fabric in half and stitch over the unfinished edge.
Tip: I used a zig-zag stitch on the shortest stitch length and the widest setting.
Double check the length and
eye ball pin where you will sew the seam.
Sew a 1/2" seam using a straight stitch. Then sew a zig-zag stitch along the stitch line and trim the fabric. I added a a decorative zig-zag stitch along the folded edge.
Place the cuff on the inside of the pant leg and match up the seams. Pin to secure.
Then stitch a 1/2" seam.
Turn the cuff right side out and iron the fold.
Tip: I did a small stitch on the outside seam to secure the cuff in place.
Repeat the above process on the other leg.