Cuffed Boot Sock
I adore semi-variegated yarns that combine analogous colours to show off the depth of the main hue. They are perfect for both textured and plain knitting, showcasing both beautifully. Here I played on the strength of this colour quality to bring the texture and simple ribbing, that flows seamlessly out of the former, together. A seamless cable sitting atop of the wide vertical columns adding a little interest to the knitting without being fussy; the sock is shaped along the back of the ankle for a better fit. To adjust the length of the leg, work extra rounds before and between ankle shaping rounds.
Foot and leg length adjustable to fit.
The Unique Sheep Foot Prints (100% superwash merino; 330 yds/302m per 113g skein); sample uses Mapleview Way; 1 (2, 2, 2) skein(s)
US size 1.5/2.5mm needles for working in the round: dpns, 2 short circulars or 1 long circular, as you prefer
3 stitch markers