Continental Divide Socks by Amy Loberg (FiberWild!)
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Continental Divide Socks

Knitting
April 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
380 - 420 yards (347 - 384 m)
Small - 7 ¼” (Medium - 8", Large - 9") circumference, washed and unstretched
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Errata available: fiberwild.com

The first sock pattern in our Sock of the Month “National Parks Series”!

Customers who’ve purchased the American B.R.A.N.D. yarn and received a free copy of the Continental Divide Socks pattern from FiberWild.com, click here to use your coupon code to download this pattern and add it to your Ravelry library!

These striking but approachable top-down socks are inspired by the rocky peaks and flowing snowmelt of the Continental Divide, and are a homage to Rocky Mountain National Park outside Boulder, Colorado.

Size: Small (Medium, Large)

Foot Circumferences: 7 ¼” (8”, 9”) washed and unstretched

Gauge: 32st/4” on US 1 2.50 mm needles in Stockinette stitch

Needles: (2) US 1 2.50 mm Circular Needles or needles to obtain gauge. (For a bit larger sock, adjust needle size to US 2s 3.00 mm)

Materials: Shown in HiKoo’s American B.R.A.N.D. (80% Superwash Wool / 20% Nylon: 440 yards/100g) – Wash before you wind and start!

Yardage: Approximately 380 (400, 420) yards of Fingering Weight (1 skein)

Notions: Cable Needle

Skill Level: Intermediate

Notes: For a larger calf, start on needles one size larger and change to smaller needles about ½” before the heel flap!

Errata: If you downloaded this pattern before April 20, 2016 there is errata available at www.FiberWild.com/Errata

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Thanks for viewing my pattern … Amy