Rosedale by Ann Kingstone
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Rosedale

Knitting
October 2017
Light Fingering ?
32 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
350 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)
To fit 20½(23:25½)cm/8(9:10)" mid-foot circumference

Named after Rosedale Abbey, a ruined priory in the North Yorkshire Moors, these beautiful socks feature a stylised rose to each side of the leg.

SIZE
To fit 20½(23:25½)cm/8(9:10)“ mid-foot circumference. The finished socks measure 19(21½:24)cm/7½(8½:9½)” around at the mid-foot. Foot length is customisable, and the length from the top of the sock to the bottom of the heel is between 8¼–10¼“ determined by how long the foot is.

MATERIALS
100g of 4ply/fingering weight yarn with approximately 366 metres/400 yards per 100g (183 metres/200 yards per 50g).

The pictured sample was knitted withThe Fibre Company ‘Canopy Fingering’ in the Dragon Fruit shade.

NEEDLES AND NOTIONS
2.5mm/US 1½ needles for small diameter circular knitting.

TENSION/GAUGE
32 sts and 40 rounds per 10cm/4” in blocked stocking stitch/ stockinette. Adjust needle size as necessary to achieve the specified tension.

SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
The cables begin with 0 to 4 st increases, See Ann’s YouTube channel for a tutorial for this technique.