Cresting Waves Clog Socks by Dawn Brocco
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Cresting Waves Clog Socks

Knitting
July 2009
Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi) ?
6.25 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 4 - 3.5 mm
660 yards (604 m)
Woman's S / M / L
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About The Design:
These socks are worked in Cascade 220 and Cloud 9. But consider Lana D’Oro or other worsted weight wool or wool blend yarn.
The easy stitch pattern is a classic Faroe design and reminds me of waves coming into shore, then flowing back out again, so I chose sea and shore colors. The cables, too, add a seaside (rope) element.
The pattern is in 3 sizes, with tips on adjusting fit.

Sizes: S / M / L

Finished Dimensions:
Foot Circ: 7.66 / 8.66 / 9.66”
Foot Length: 9.25 / 9.75 / 10.5” Length Heel to Cuff Top: 6 / 6.5 / 7”

Yarn:
Size Small: Cascade Yarns Cascade 220,100% Peruvian wool, 220 yds / 100 gram hank: 1 hank each #8622 Camel (A), #7816 Bluebell (B), and #8010 Natural (C)

Size Medium: Cascade 220: 1 hank # #7816 Bluebell (A) and Cascade Yarns Cloud 9, 50% merino / 50% angora, approx. 109 yd / 50 gram ball: 1 ball each #119 Navy (B) and #101 Natural (C)

Size Large: Cascade 220: 1 hank each #8622 Camel (A), #7804 Shrimp (B), and #8010 Natural (C)

US size 4 (3.5 mm) dpns
Tapestry ndl
Stitch markers
Cable ndl
Waste yarn
Crochet hook

Happy Knitting!
Dawn