The Shambles Socks by Melanie Jonker
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The Shambles Socks

Knitting
April 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches = 4 inches
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
390 - 409 yards (357 - 374 m)
9
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When I visited York in the UK in the 1980s I distinctly remember visiting The Shambles. I was fascinated by the uneven cobblestone paving. This pattern reminds me of those cobblestones: a bit wonky and uneven.

These socks are knitted cuff down. The pattern is easy to memorise as it just consists of some knitting, purling, k2tog, ssk and yo.

Size 9 women’s (Australia; European size 40). Because this is a 16 sts repeat, it would be easier to go down a needle size if you wish to make a smaller pair or go up a needle size to make a larger pair.

Please make sure you read through the pattern and highlight any instructions that you think you’ll need to be alerted to when you reach a particular section.

Materials
100g Patons Patonyle 4ply yarn (colour is Tangerine Dream), 1 set 2.5mm five dpns, Place/stitch markers

Gauge
28.0 sts = 4 inches

Abbreviations
Ssk: slip 2 sts one by one knitwise, insert left need into the fronts of these two slipped sts and knit them together
K2tog: knit 2 sts together
Yo: yarn over