Knit Body Art Lucky Lotus Socks by Katherine Rollins

Knit Body Art Lucky Lotus Socks

May 2011
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches = 4 inches
US 2 - 2.75 mm
650 - 690 yards (594 - 631 m)
Women’s S, M, L
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Inspired by Eastern Henna body designs. About the interpreted symbols: the linked circles represent luck and the checkerboard on the sole represents games.

Pattern Details:

Size: Women’s S(M,L)

Finished Measurements: 8(9, 10)” circumference

Yarn: Fingering weight, MC 400 yds, CC 100 yds. Sample shown in Knit Picks Stroll; color Mustard and color Pumpkin.

Needles: 2 US Size 1-2 (2.5-2.75 mm), 16”(40 cm) circular needles. Pick size to get the correct gauge.

Extras: A stitch marker, row counter and a tapestry needle

Gauge: 32 sts = 4” (10 cm) in St st

This design is for advanced skill sock knitters. It is knit cuff down on two circular needles. The circulars are highly recommended due to the stranded intarsia motifs. Most of the sock is knit in the round with the exception of the leg which is knit flat, then seamed. Since the charts are challenging, the cuff, heel, gusset and toe are basic for peaceful knitting moments.