Berry Patch Socks by Anne Podlesak

Berry Patch Socks

June 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 11 rows = 1 inch
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
350 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)
Women's S/M and M/L
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Please note that an upgraded version with additional sizes geared for commercial yarn is now available as part of the Wooly Wonka Sock Collection 2013. These socks are pictured in the first photo, and the pattern will work with 400-435 yards of a 435 yard/100-gram sock/fingering-weight yarn.

The original handspun version is still available through the Ennea Collective website link above.

These simple, toe-up socks feature an easy lace motif reminiscent of ripe summer berries, perfect for picking or eating right out of the berry patch.

Handspun version: Approximately 350-400 yards of fingering weight yarn.
Yarn Details: Originals were Hand-spun 3-ply heavy fingering/light sport-weight merino wool, 27 wpi, 324 yds 296 m per 4 oz 113 g, 1296 ypp.
Needles: US 1 2.5mm DPNs or circulars to suit your preferred method of knitting in the round.
Gauge: 8 sts and 11 rows per inch square in stockinette
Finished size: S/M (8.25” 21 cm or M/L 9” 23 cm foot circumference.
Notions: Stitch marker(s) as desired. Darning needle to darn in ends.