Hold the Pickles by Tabitha's Heart
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Hold the Pickles

Knitting
June 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
150 - 300 yards (137 - 274 m)
Two sizes - Fingering and Worsted (with customization instructions to fit most feet)
This pattern is available for $5.95 USD
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Pattern originally appeared in the Addicted to Sock Knitting magazine Spring 2016 issue. It is now also available as an individual pattern. Special coupon code available if you sign up for my newsletter

In “ye olde” days, there was a burger chain that claimed you could “have it your way.” This sock pattern will let you “have it your way” too. Mix and match cuff, heel, toe, and even yarn weight to create a sock exactly your way.

Though it looks like I am tag spamming, this pattern really does include all those options. Included are cuff down and toe up instructions, with a variety of heel, toe, and cuff options. It is like getting 18 patterns in one.

Worked in worsted weight yarn, it is a super quick gift or a cozy around-the-house sock; worked in fingering weight it is the perfect ankle sock.

Pattern contains full instructions for fingering or worsted weight yarns with customization options for the best possible fit.

Depending on options chosen, suitable for the advanced beginner to intermediate knitter. Skills required – basic stitches, knitting in the round, increases, decreases, slipped stitches, pick up and knit, short rows. Additional skills for some versions – grafting, basic knowledge of cables and lace, German short rows.

Special thanks to my tech editor Ashley, my layout editor Caitlin, my lovely testers (Barbara, Betty, Cath, Kath, Laura, Leigh, Lynn, Michael, Mindi, Niki, Rachel, and Rhonda), and Lise (Tre Liz), Nancy (Schmutzerella), Faith (Distracted Knits), and Peggy (The 100th Sheep) for providing yam support for this project.