Hidden Temple Socks by Rohn Strong
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Hidden Temple Socks

December 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Exsc
3.25 mm (D)
400 - 450 yards (366 - 411 m)
S (M, L, XL, XXL)
This pattern is available for $5.50.

I’ve always loved that show, Legends of the Hidden Temple. I grew up in the golden age of Nickelodeon and between LOTHT and GUTS…I mean…we had it made.

These socks are everything I love about crochet rolled up into a quick to stitch and easy to make a pair.

They begin with Foundation Double Crochet which moves onto a front and back post rib pattern. Super simple to do…if you can double crochet…you can make this cuff.

The heel and heel turn is standard but features a fun pattern perfect for variegated yarns.

The body of the foot is fully customizable and a four point toe means it’s a great fit you’re sure to love.

All in all, I’d say these socks are so cute even Olmac would approve.

Tilting Planet Apollo Sock
Geologist - 1 Skein
(75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon; 437 Yards/100g)

US Size D/3 (3.25mm) crochet hook, measuring tape, yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker

Difficulty = Intermediate

Foot Circumference 7.25 (8, 8.75, 9.5, 10)”
Leg Length: 3.25”
Foot Length: Adjustable

22 sts and 20 rows = 4” in Exsc

Special Stitches
Exsc (Extended Single Crochet) - Insert hook in next st, yo and pull up loop, yo and draw through 1 loop, yo and draw through 2 loops.
Fdc (foundation double crochet) - Ch 4, yo and insert hook in 4th ch from hook, yo and pull up loop (3 loops on hook), yo and draw through 1 loop (ch made), yo and pull through 2 loops twice (dc made), yo and insert hook into ch made in first fdc, yo and pull up loop, yo and draw through one loop (ch made), yo and pull through 2 loops twice (dc made); repeat until required number of fdc is reached.

Pattern Notes
Sock is worked from the cuff down.
Move markers up each round.
Leg is worked in joined rounds.
Foot is worked in continuous rounds.

BTW…were you a silver snake or a purple parrot? I was definitely the purple parrot.