Beach Hut Socks by Zoe Carter

Beach Hut Socks

June 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 56 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
328 - 437 yards (300 - 400 m)
56, 64, 72 stitch
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I live just 5 minutes walk from the beaches of Barry Island, on the south coast of Wales. With three children and a water-loving Labrador, many of my happiest memories are of time spent together on the sand, having a paddle and a picnic. The main beach has two rows of brightly-painted beach huts which were begging to be made into a sock design!

There are some simple stripes, and just 5 rounds of very easy colourwork, making these socks a great introduction to stranded knitting. They include mirrored heel flaps to ensure any jogs in your work are hidden on the inside of your leg. I have included links to tutorials for jogless stripes and kitchener stitch in the pattern.

I would love to see your finished Beach Hut Socks, so if you post a picture of them on social media, please use #beachhutsocks


  • top-down, on double pointed needles (feel free to substitute your favourite method)
  • heel flap and gusset


  • stripes
  • simple colourwork from a chart
  • kitchener stitch

- 56, 64 and 72 stitches


  • 400 m / 437 yds of fingering weight yarn in your main colour
  • 5 m / 22 yds of fingering weight yarn in 4 contrast colours
  • set of 2.25mm dpns, or size needed to meet gauge
  • stitch markers, tapestry needle, tape measure