Tallulah Sock by Sivia Harding

Tallulah Sock

September 2010
Sport (12 wpi) ?
34 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch in the round
US 1 - 2.25 mm
0.6 mm
350 - 370 yards (320 - 338 m)
Women's small, medium, large
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These short but very sweet toe-up socks begin with my favorite round toe and feature a beaded openwork rib, a sculpturally fitted back, and just a hint of beaded ruffle at the top. Inspired by a wonderful family reunion that took place in July 2010 near Tallulah Falls in North Georgia, the first sock was improvised and finished on the plane trip home. The first pair was a gift for my mother and her pair contain no beads, but my pair had to have them! The beads, inset into the openwork rib pattern in the front and around the top rim of the sock, give an impression of sparkling water drops that catch the light now and then.. a lovely effect.

Instructions are given for the crochet hook bead method, plus how to work heel stitch over the heel turn stitches, and how to make toe-up length adjustments based on individual row gauge.

Bead requirements: Approximately 208 (276, 344) size 6/0 seed beads or 4 mm megatama beads.