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Kiss Kiss Lace Lace Socks

Knitting
February 2014
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
9 stitches = 1 inch in 9 stitches per inch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
350 - 430 yards (320 - 393 m)
Small, Medium, Large (56, 64, 72)
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This design was inspired by the stunning colorway “Kiss Me @ Midnight” created by Susan of Desert Vista Dyeworks. The vibrant shades of pinks mingling with bands of black had me picturing a girl on Valentine’s Day wearing hot pink lipstick and black fish net stockings. This girl needed some socks!

I created this pattern with the intention of providing a thoroughly detailed pattern for beginners and an entertaining knit for intermediate knitters. The pattern is broken into 3 separate 9 page PDFs (one for each size) for your convenience. A thoroughly detailed Tutorial PDF is included as a 4th PDF, which includes 7 pages of picture tutorials, written tutorials, and links to exclusive video tutorials to help guide any ‘new to socks’ knitter through the pattern. A very thorough ‘true’ Afterthought Heel tutorial is included within this PDF.

The pattern includes 3 different sizes for the socks, charted and written directions, and a detailed Tutorial PDF. Trust me when I say - if you ever wanted to learn how to knit socks (or even an afterthought heel alone), this is the pattern for you!

Join us in the lemknitcrochet designs Ravelry group for a February Knit-A-Long of the Kiss Kiss Lace Lace Socks pattern with Desert Vista Dyeworks!

Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate
Skills used: Basic knitting techniques, as well as Judy’s Magic CO, Make 1, Slip 1 Knit 1 Pass Slipped Stitch over Knit stitch, Knit 2 together, kitchener, afterthought heel and knitting in the round
You will need: Approximately 350 yards of fingering weight yarn, 32” circular knitting needles, one removable stitch marker, tapestry needle, cable needle, scissors, and a ruler
Gauge is 9 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch
Finished length is adjustable to any size

Pattern is a PDF format.