Dragonlace by Suzi Anvin
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November 2008
Light Fingering ?
10 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 0 - 2.0 mm
400 yards (366 m)
women's medium

With the texture of dragon scales set off by delicate columns of lace, these socks are the ultimate fantasy creation. When knit with nearly-solid hand dyed yarn, they give the impression of light shimmering on crystalline scales, and glinting off rows of jewels along the lace ridges. Treat your feet to a touch of elegance! The lace pattern, while visually simple, requires use of both yarn overs and lifted increases, and is best suited for an intermediate to advanced knitter comfortable with a variety of increases and decreases. The sock is constructed top down, with a short row heel and grafted toe.

One Size - Women’s medium, 8 inch circumference. For larger sizes, please use a larger needle/gauge


* Yarn: aprx 100 grams/400 yards of light fingering weight sock yarn.
  Shown in Fearless Fibers 100% superwash merino wool, colorway Speak Softly. 4 oz=550 yds
* Gauge: 10 stitches to the inch (use 9 or 8 for larger sizes)
* Needles: set of 4 2mm (US0) DPN's, or size needed to obtain gauge.