Lake Lynn Socks by Rohn Strong

Lake Lynn Socks

Crochet
June 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
25.5 stitches and 21 rows = 4 inches
in extended single crochet (exsc) worked in rnds, blocked
3.25 mm (D)
3 sizes
US
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From the book:
“Striped sock yarns don’t always work for crochet socks, so most of us crochet sock lovers avoid them for fear of blotchy colors. The best solution is to work what I’d like to call ‘intentional stripes,’ which use a single slip (sl) stitch join to hide the color changes and avoid jogs. Try as many color changes as you can think of! These socks are also wonderful for using up old sock yarn scraps to make your own special colorway.

“These toe-up socks are worked with a four-point toe, strong heel, and simple ribbed cuff.”

Finished size
Foot length: 7 1/2” (8 1/2”, 9 1/2”) (19 {21.5, 24} cm).
Foot circumference: 7” (7 1/2”, 8”) (18 {19, 20.5} cm).
Leg length: 5” (12.5 cm).

Notions
Split-ring stitch markers (sm), tapestry needle.