Morötter by Anna Friberg
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Morötter

Knitting
August 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
405 - 470 yards (370 - 430 m)
Small (Medium, Large)
This pattern is available for €5.25 EUR buy it now

Beautiful hand-dyed kits for the pattern are available at Limmo-designs webshop.

Wouldn’t it be fantastic to have a cultivation plot full of fresh, crispy carrots?
Unfortunately, I am not blessed with green fingers. The carrots I tried to grow were eaten up by small maggots even before they were ripe, hahaha!
So, if I am to enjoy any carrots, I need to go to the market and buy them.
Or, I can knit myself a pair of carrot socks with Limmo-design’s fantastic hand-dyed yarn!

Sizes
Small (Medium, Large)
The sock’s circumference round the foot is
15.5 (18, 20) cm / 6.25 (7, 8)”,
to fit foot circumferences
16-18.5 (18.5-21, 21-23) cm / 6.5-7.5 (7.5-8.5, 8.5-9.25)”
The length of the sock is adjustable. For a good fit, make socks 2.5 cm / 1” shorter than foot length.

Yarn
Limmo-design hand-dyed sockyarn, 420m/100g (75% wool, 25% nylon)
MC (Jord / Earth): 250 (275, 300) m / 275 (300, 330) yards
CC1 (Morot / Carrot): 40 (40, 40) m / 45 (45, 45) yards
CC2 (Grön II / Green II): 20 (20, 20) m / 22 (22, 22) yards
CC3 (Himmel / Sky): 50 (60, 70) m / 55 (65, 80) yards
Note that meterage / yardage may differ depending on the length of the sock.

Gauge
On 2.25 mm / US1 needles: 36 sts and 48 rnds = 10x10 cm / 4x4” in st st.
I am a tight knitter so you may need to go down a needle size to obtain gauge.

Notions
3 stitch markers
Tapestry needle
2.25 mm / US1 circular needles, 80 or 100 cm / 32” or 40” or size needed to obtain gauge for st st 2.5 mm / US1.5 circular needles, 80 or 100cm / 32” or 40” or size needed to obtain gauge for stranded knitting on leg

Technical editing
Both Swedish and English versions of the pattern have been professionally tech edited by James Bartley.

Thanks
First of all thank you to Limmo-design! Without your marvellous idea this pattern would not exist!

And, thank you so much to all my test knitters!
Icka_Stickar, karinskaandersson, a_smedegaard, ickamicka, carinaschan, werjoh1, jojostolpe, hille.r, gerdsstickkorg, virresstickning.
You have been so helpful during the development of this pattern!

Techniques used
Judy’s Magic Cast On, video tutorial – http://youtu.be/gkyd3nq3Yn8
Magic Loop, video tutorial – http://youtu.be/1mqIqRdJc68
German Short Rows, video tutorial – http://youtu.be/52qy8OOb-s0
German Short Rows, written tutorial – www.lamaisonrililie.com/knittingtherapy/german-short-rows Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off – http://youtu.be/53Mtbkyf5CQ