Fraxinus aka TTL Mystery Sock 2013 by Kirsten Kapur

Fraxinus aka TTL Mystery Sock 2013

Fingering (14 wpi) ?
34 stitches and 47 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
395 - 435 yards (361 - 398 m)
S, M, L
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This is the 2013 Through the Loops Mystery Sock pattern.

This sock is worked in the round from the cuff down. The pattern contains both written instructions and charts for the stitch patterns.

Select your size based on the circumference of your foot and leg. The overall foot length is customizable. The finished circumferences of each size are 6.5, 7.5, and 8.5”.

Gauge will impact your size selection and the amount of yarn used. Since socks are meant to fit with negative ease choose a size that is 1-2” smaller than your foot and leg circumference. The sample sock is a size M and measures 7.5” relaxed fits my 9” circumference foot nicely.

A Note About Yarn Choice: This sock has a lot of stitch pattern detail. These details will show up best if worked in a solid or semi-solid yarn. Medium to lighter colors will also show the stitch pattern best.

KAL Details
One new clue will be released each week throughout the month of January, 2013. The release dates are:

Intro & KAL Details: December 17th
Cuff: January 1st
Leg: January 8th
Heel: January 15th
Foot: January 22nd
Toe: January 29th

Please Join Us!
We will have discussion, share photos, answer questions, and cheer each other on in the Through the Loops Group on Ravelry. We’d love to have you join us. Just go to: and become a member of the group.

Help Us Keep Each Week’s Clue a Surpirse
Many knitters enjoy the Mystery and choose not to peek at the spoiler threads until after they have knit that week’s clue. Please place a “Spoiler Alert” image as your first image on your Ravelry project page.

We will have “Spoiler Alert” threads for each week where you may post photos of your progress. Please be considerate of other knitters and only post photos in the appropriate spoiler alert thread.

Please post all of your questions in the Through the Loops Group forum. If you have a question someone else may well have the same question.