Tupelo Sleeves by Sara Gresbach

Tupelo Sleeves

March 2014
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette in the round
US 7 - 4.5 mm
110 - 210 yards (101 - 192 m)
Child (Adult Small, Adult Large) To fit forearm circumference measured just below the elbow: 7-8 (9-10, 11-12)” / 18-20 (23-25, 28-30) cm; Approximate Finished length: 8 (13, 13)" / 20 (33, 33) cm - adjustable
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These little sleeves or arm warmers are simple and feminine, adding that “little something” to a cool-weather outfit.
Mock cable and eyelet ribbing gives way to simple, cozy stockinette stitch. Worked in the round, then flat to form the thumb opening,
they work up nice and quick.

For only two weeks every spring, White Tupelo Trees in the Southeastern swamps bloom and the sweet, coveted Tupelo honey is harvested. The sweet little details on this hat reflect the mellow, clean sweetness of the hoeny, while the cables imitate slow moving ripples of this liquid sunshine.

Matching Tupelo Hat completes this set.