Dot Sock by Deborah Tomasello

Dot Sock

April 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
9 stitches = 1 inch
in stranded stockinette
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
420 - 460 yards (384 - 421 m)
Woman and Teen: Small-Medium-Large You can tweak the sizing on this one by going up or down a needle size or two. Use a #1(US) needle for small, #2 needle for medium. For a women’s large and men’s small/med, use a #3 or #4 needle.) Pattern socks used #2
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DOT SOCK is such a cool design! Why not get a little freaky with this one by reversing the colors on the second sock? Not only will you be making a great-looking pair of socks, but also switching up the colors is a solution to the dreaded second-sock syndrome. Another plus is that, by reversing the colors, you can make the pair with only two balls of Knit Picks Stoll Sock yarn. (If you make both socks the same, you might want to order an additional ball of the background color.) Because it’s stranded, you achieve double the warmth of a single strand of yarn without any bulk. The pattern also contains instructions for an optional now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t secret pocket for securing a key or cash, and when the top cuff is folded down, the pocket opening is completely hidden.

Cover pair uses Knit Picks Stroll: Blue Topaz and Stroll Brights: Vibrant Violet
Also shown: Knit Picks Stroll Ash and Dogwood Heather
And, Knit Picks Stroll: Peapod and Chroma Fingering: Lupine (courtesy of oliviaamber on Ravelry)