Sabino by Anne Podlesak

Sabino

Knitting
April 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
460 - 490 yards (421 - 448 m)
7.5 (8, 9)”
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“There were no lies here. All fancies fled away. That’s what happened in all deserts. It was just you, and what you believed.”
-Terry Pratchett, Small Gods

This pattern can be found in issue three of Nomadic Knits, which is available to purchase in print through our website and at select local yarn shops, or as a digital download through Ravelry (click the e-book link above).

A simple stranded colorwork pattern on the leg of these unisex socks makes for an easy but beautiful project. They are worked from the cuff down to the toe, with 1x1 ribbing on the cuff, a short-row heel, a Stockinette foot, and a wide toe. A great introduction to stranded colorwork, and a perfect stashbuster for all those sock knitting leftovers, the color possibilities are endless.

Sizes: S (M, L).

Foot circumference: 7.5 (8, 9)”/ 19 (20, 22.5)cm.

Gauge: 32 sts and 40 rnds = 4”/10cm in Stockinette st and in colorwork, in the round, blocked.

Needles: US 1 /2.25mm or size to obtain gauge (you will likely need to go up 1 needle size for the colorwork) in your preferred needles for sock knitting.

Yarn: fingering weight: 220 (230, 250) yards/ 202 (210, 229) meters MC and 80 yards/ 73 meters each of 3 CCs.

Notions: stitch markers, tapestry needle.

Sample knit in: Wooly Wonka Fibers Rhiannon Sock (75% superwash Merino, 25% Nylon; 465 yards/100g) in Copper Rivet (MC), Murky Depths (CC1), Miss Anne Elliott (CC2), and Ariel (CC3).

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