Knitted Lady Lawyer Arm Warmers

Stay warm and stylish with these fashionable arm warmers designed specifically for the modern lady lawyer. Crafted with care, these arm warmers are made from high-quality knitted fabric that not only provides warmth but also adds a touch of elegance to your professional attire. The intricate knitting pattern showcases the attention to detail and craftsmanship that goes into creating these unique accessories. These arm warmers are not just your ordinary winter accessory, they are a statement piece that reflects your sophisticated style. The combination of the soft, cozy fabric and the sleek design makes them the perfect addition to any outfit, whether you're heading to the courtroom or meeting clients at a coffee shop. The versatility of these arm warmers allows you to effortlessly transition from work to social events without compromising on comfort or style. So, why settle for plain arm warmers when you can elevate your look with these knitted lady lawyer arm warmers?

Yarn: Berroco Ultra Alpaca Fine (50% Peruvian wool, 20% Super Fine Alpaca, 30% Nylon; 433 yards [400 meters]/100 grams); #12171 Berry Pie Mix - one skein

Needles: One set of double-pointed needles (dpns) in size 1

Notions: Tapestry needle

Gauge: 30 stitches = 4 inches in stockinette on size 2 needles

Now, before we get started, let's talk about sizing for a moment. To make these arm warmers, I cast on 72 stitches, and they're intended for a person whose forearms and base-of-thumb hand-parts measure roughly 9.5" around. Each iteration of the pattern is 6 stitches and little under 1"; for that reason, you can change the size of these arm warmers by simply casting on more or less stitches. If your forearms are smaller than 9.5" you can comfortably wear larger arm warmers, but they won't stretch and show the pattern off as well. So if your forearms/base-of-thumb-hand-parts measure about 8.5", consider casting on 66 stitches, cast on 60 stitches if they measure 7.5", and even less if you're making these for a child (and conversely, cast on 78, 84, etc. stitches if your forearms and hands are larger). Luckily, this is only something you have to think about once, when you do your initial cast-on! So let's get started.
A Treasury of Knitting Patterns, except adapted for the round. So let's get started!

Row 1: * k4, p2; rep from *

Row 2: * k2tog, (yo) twice, ssk, p2 *

Row 3: * k1, k1 into front of first yo, k1 into back of second yo, k1, p2 *

Row 4: * yo, ssk, k2tog, yo, p2 *

Continue in pattern until piece measures somewhere between 8 and 8.5 inches and you're happy with the length, AND you have just finished Row 1. Knit another 1/2 in k1, p1 ribbing and then bind off loosely in pattern. Finally, make another one!

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