Sea Scallops Toe-up Sock by SLM Designs

Sea Scallops Toe-up Sock

Knitting
Light fingering weight sock yarn [~460 yds (420 m)/100g]
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 14 rows = 1 inch
in Stockinette in round
US 0 - 2.0 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
420 - 460 yards (384 - 421 m)
Small, Medium, Large
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The “Sea scallops” lace pattern works best with a thin, springy, fingering weight yarn in solid or tonal color. Sock is constructed toe up and has a short row heel with mini gusset and mini heel flap. The mini flap is reinforced with Fabric Stitch. Options include tapered or rounded toe, generic or calculated foot length, and Russian or picot bind off.

SIZING: Sock will stretch ~1.5-2 inches (4-5 cm). Sizes Medium and Large are knit with same total stitch count on different size needles.

Small: 66 total sts, relaxed 6” (15.5 cm), to fit 8” (20.5 cm), length 8.75” (22 cm);
Medium: 72 total sts, relaxed 7” (18 cm), to fit 8.75” (22 cm), 9.25” (23.5 cm);
Large: 72 total sts, relaxed 8” (20.5 cm), to fit 9.75” (25 cm), 10” (25.5 cm).

GAUGE: stockinette in round

Small and Medium: US 0, 2 mm needle - 10 sts, 14 rows per inch (4 sts, 5.5 rows per cm);

Large: US 1, 2.25 mm needle - 9 sts, 12.5 rows per inch (3.5 sts, 5 rows per cm) in stockinette, in round.

MATERIALS:
Yarn: 460-500 yds (420-485 m) Light Fingering Weight ~460 yds(421 m)/100g. Sample made with: Toil and Trouble, fingering weight, 463 yds (423 m)/100 g; 75% SW merino, 25% nylon, color Snapdragon.

Needles: One or two 24-inch circular needle(s) Small and Medium: size US 0, 2.0 mm; Large: US1, 2.25 mm

Other: Darning Needle, 3 closed stitch markers.

DIFFICULTY: Intermediate - Pattern written from perspective of right-handed English style knitter using 1 or 2 circular needles and assuming chart reading, toe-up sock knitting, and lace knitting experience. Adjust instructions for preferred knitting method.