Aspergeraie Socks by Yvette Noel

Aspergeraie Socks

February 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8.5 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 1 - 2.25 mm
350 - 385 yards (320 - 352 m)
Women Smaal(Medium,Large)
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An « Aspergeraie » is the french term for an asparagus farm. Spring plants often grow so quickly that a spear that sprouts up one day becomes too tall the next. The front of the sock looks like the asparagus just before the shoots start popping everywhere while motif at the back of the leg looks like grown asparagus plant.

Pattern is written cuff down with the Magic loop or 2 circular needles method. Front needle is the front leg/instep needle and Back needle is the back leg/heel/sole needle. If you want to use DPNS just distribute the stitches on four needles and use needle 1 and 2 as the front and needles 3 and 4 as the back.

Comes in three sizes 56(64,72) stitches, length of both leg and foot are easily adjustable.