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