Brick Road Socks by Jessica Gore
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Brick Road Socks

November 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
34 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
359 - 437 yards (328 - 400 m)
Small [Medium, Large]
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Follow Dorothy’s lead, or forge your own path in these show-stopping socks! Enjoy fun twisted stitches that can be worked with or without a cable needle, and an eye-catching, unisex design.


Small: EU 37 – 39 (approximately 19 cm {7 ½”} foot circumference)
Medium: EU 40 – 42 (approximately 22 cm {8 ¾”} foot circumference)
Large: EU 43 – 45 (approximately 25 cm {9 ¾”} foot circumference)


Papiput Yarn Tough Sock (75% Merino, 25% Nylon; 400 m {437 yds}/100 g)

1 skein Onde Mande colourway

We used approximately 82 g (328 m {358 yds}) for sample Medium Size pair of socks (EU 40.5).


2.25mm (US 1), at least 80 cm (32”) length circular needle
2 removable stitch markers (optional during heel turn)
Cable needle (optional)
Tapestry needle
Tape measure
Sock blockers (optional)


34 stitches x 48 rounds = 10 cm (4”) in stockinette stitch on 2.25 mm needles, knit in the round, relaxed after blocking.


-Instructions are written for the Magic Loop method of working in the round, with a toe-up sock construction.

-Instructions are to be worked from the beginning to end of each round, unless instructions are specified for stitches on first needle of the round (N1; top of foot/front of leg), and second needle of the round (N2; sole of foot/back of leg), separately.

-We recommend using a toe-up cast on such as Judy’s Magic Cast On, and a stretchy bind off such as Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off for beginning and finishing your socks. You will also need to know how to work short rows by wrapping stitches.

-Stitch counts are written for Small Size with {Medium,Large} Size stitch counts in brackets.

For video tutorials on how to work the LT and RT stitches featured in these socks, visit:

If you wish to work from a hard copy of the pattern, please ensure you print the charts (page 7) in colour.

Please note that these socks will fit more snugly than plain knit socks.

This pattern has been test knit, and instructions are provided in both written and charted format where relevant.