Logan Pass Socks
The ninth pattern in our Sock of the Month “National Parks Series”!
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Worked from the toe up, the Logan Pass socks are inspired by the beauty of nature at Glacier National Park. Worked like a sampler, different motifs (conifer trees, mountains, and leaves) are separated by an easy border. Never a dull moment at Glacier!
Finished Size: Small 7” circumference (Medium 8”, Large 9”)
Gauge: 34sts/4” (32sts/4”, 30sts/4”) in Stockinette Stitch
Needles: (2) US 1 2.25mm, (US 1 2.5 mm, US 2 2.75mm) Circular needles 16”, 20” or 24” in length or needles to obtain gauge
Hook: US C (3.00mm) to cast on
Materials: Mountain Colors’ Twizzlefoot (53% Superwash Merino Wool / 17% Domestic Wool / 17% Silk / 13% Nylon: 450yds/100g)
Yardage: Approximately 340 (360, 400) yards (1 skein)
Notions: Cable Needle
Skill Level: Intermediate
These socks are knit in Mountain Colors’ Twizzlefoot yarn in the color Glacier, which is a FiberWild.com exclusive colorway!
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Thanks for viewing my pattern … Amy