Azalea Socks by Rohn Strong

Azalea Socks

June 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 21 rows = 4 inches
in Extended Single Crochet
2.75 mm (C)
400 - 500 yards (366 - 457 m)
7" (8", 9")

Fun and fresh, my Azalea Socks are a study in crochet post stitches. The allover honeycomb cable really pops while not sacrificing any stretch at all. Joined rounds are used to keep the pattern from spiraling, which can often happen when working post stitches in continuous rounds. Although these socks are designed as ankle socks, continuing the pattern up the leg and adding a cuff would finish these off wonderfully.

These toe-up socks are worked with a six-point toe and modified heel flap.