Double Thick Socks by Meg Kealey (Myers)

Double Thick Socks

April 2011
32 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in Double Knit Stitch, slightly stretched
US 5 - 3.75 mm
366 - 488 yards (335 - 446 m)
Approx 7 (8, 9)” foot and ankle circumference; 4" cuff
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A pair of cozy house socks that show off the Liberty Wool Print color variation with an allover double thick stitch. On even rounds, every other stitch is slipped. Slipped stitches resemble a 1 x 1 rib on the outside, while the other stitches (which are worked in circular garter stitch) resemble purl stitches on the inside. The result is a double thick, washable and cozy pair of socks! Written for 7 (8, 9)“ foot and ankle circumference with a 4” cuff (slightly stretched).

Liberty Wool by Classic Elite
3 (3, 4) balls 7807 Campfire

Gauge note: In Double Knit Stitch pattern half of the sts are only worked once every other row, which makes a very thick fabric. When measuring gauge, the RS of fabric (that looks like St st or ribbing) will measure 20 stitches and 24 rows = 4”. Take time to save time, check your gauge.

The pattern in Accents and patterns dated 16 May 2011 are updated with current errata.