These textured socks are knit in sport weight yarn at a tight gauge of 7 stitches to the inch for a firm fabric. Simple four-stitch and two-stitch cables alternate with single ribs along the leg and transition into a ribbed pattern punctuated with four-stitch cable clocks along the top of the foot.
Yarn Requirements for this sock pattern: 2 skeins of sport weight yarn. Size 2 DP needles. Gauge: 15 sts & 20 rnds = 2 inches in stockinette stitch worked in the round. 24 sts (2 repeats) of Cable and Rib Pattern measures approximately 2 inches
Easy to knit socks in your choice of three weights of yarn. Raised in Germany, Helen's mother taught her to knit socks as a child, a skill she has put to good use during her many years as the owner of Helen's Needlework in Mt. Vernon, WA. Size: Average adult. Adjust length to fit your foot. These socks fit a medium to wide foot. Pattern contains gauge notes for fitting a narrower foot.
Sock (fingering) weight: 420 yards (384m).
Sport weight: 360 yards (329m).
Worsted weight: 300 yards (273m).
Little hearts link up along the length of these unisex socks.
The simple travelling stitch pattern repeats over 6 rounds and
alternates with purl stitches to create ribbed socks with a
close, comfortable fit. A subtle way to express love, these
socks make great gifts. Instructions for three weights of yarns.
Size: Average Adult. Adjust length to fit foot. Yarn Requirements:
Fingering weight: approximately 380 yards (347m)
Sport weight: approximately 390 yards (266m)
Worsted weight: approximately 250 yards (229m)
Design by Evelyn A. Clark
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350 yards sock weight yarn, gauge: 8 st /1" size 5 DP needles
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