How Come That Blood by Adam Kaczynski
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How Come That Blood

Knitting
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
400 - 450 yards (366 - 411 m)
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About the pattern:

This cuff-down sock features a symmetric pattern of slowly but steadily increasing cables, travelling in order to come together just below the ankle, and rapidly disappearing into as much ribbing as you enjoy.

This pattern isn’t as much a full sock pattern but more like a cable chart that happened to be designed for use on a sock. The pattern outlines how to include the cables as part of a typical cuff-down sock base, and is written for knitters who are already comfortable with sock knitting and working cables from charts.

A note on size and gauge for this pattern:
The cable pattern is written for a sock that has 34 stitches on the instep, so 68 stitches in the round. Any gauge that enables you to achieve that number of stitches while making a sock that fits will work. (If adjusting the gauge will not make a big enough difference, get in touch and I will be happy to help explain how to resize the sock, but directions on how to do so are not included in the original pattern.)