Somewhere by Lisa K. Ross
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Somewhere

Knitting
April 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch, see notes
US 1 - 2.25 mm
350 - 450 yards (320 - 411 m)
Adult S (M, L, XL)
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“Somewhere, over the rainbow, skies are blue, and the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true.” - Dorothy Gale, The Wizard of Oz

Dorothy Gale dreams of a magical world that lies just beyond the rainbow. These top-down socks use MothyAndTheSquid rainbow mini skeins to create your own magical footwear. Knit with only one color at a time, these socks use the simple technique of slipping stitches to give the appearance of stranded colorwork. There are no wrapped stitches and the pattern is both charted and written, making this sock much simpler than it looks. This pattern is perfect for working with sock scraps or a good excuse to buy those mini skeins you’ve been eyeing. Use similar colors to create your own fade or high contrast colors for socks that stand out. No matter where you’re going, these socks will always take you Somewhere!

FINISHED SIZE
Adult S (M, L, XL)
Leg and Foot Circumference: 7 (8, 9, 10.25)”/ 18 (20.5, 23, 26) cm (Dimensions listed are finished sock dimensions. Choose a size that is approximately 1” smaller than the foot that will wear it)
Leg Length: Adjustable to fit
Foot Length: Adjustable to fit

YARN
Mothy And The Squid 10 x 20g Rainbow Mini Skeins (75% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon; 460 yards / 100 grams); 10 colors in 1 set OR 100g of fingering weight yarn in any number of colors

NEEDLES
US 1 (2.25mm), or as needed to meet gauge; DPNs or needles for small circumference knitting

NOTIONS
Tapestry needle
13 stitch markers

GAUGE
In Somewhere Slipped Stitch Pattern:
35 sts and 70 rounds = 4” (10cm)

In Stockinette (for reference only, gauge should be checked in pattern):
32 sts and 48 rounds = 4” (10cm)

Tech editing by Kate Atherley. Photos by Annie Prince Photography.

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