How I make my "Vanilla" Socks by Deb Buckingham

How I make my "Vanilla" Socks

October 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
US 1 - 2.25 mm
300 - 400 yards (274 - 366 m)
Will fit an average foot
This pattern is available for free

Hi Knitters,

With the changeover to my new blog, details were lost. This free pattern was one. I’m working on getting it written up for you all.

I have had countless people ask me how I do my easy peasy “vanilla” sock. Now, you ask, what do you mean by vanilla?

Think of vanilla ice cream. Plain, nothing fancy. Just. Plain.

That’s what I mean by vanilla sock. A simple ribbing, stockinette stitch for leg (knit all rounds), a simple heel flap and gusset, and more stockinette stitch down the foot. I finish with easy toes.

FREE for you!

So print away. I didn’t create a PDF for this. Feel free to copy and paste this text into a word document and create a pdf of your own, simply print it out or add it to your favorite app on your ipad. Mine is Notability.

Knit ON!