Time After Time Socks by Jessica Gore
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Time After Time Socks

March 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
33 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
327 - 409 yards (299 - 374 m)
Small [Medium, Large]
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The Time After Time Socks are an elegant, classic design that will ensure your feet are the fanciest in the room. When creating these socks I was heavily influenced by Art Deco architecture - hence an arching and geometric central lace panel with decorative cable columns. Despite its complex appearance, you’ll be surprised how intuitive, quick and fun the pattern is to knit. And not only does the name for these socks reference history, but is also a great song!

Small: EU 37 – 39/US 6 ½ – 8 ½ (approximately 19cm {7 ½”} foot circumference)
Medium: EU 40 – 42/US 9 – 11 (approximately 22cm {8 ¾”} foot circumference)
Large: EU 43 – 45/US 11 ½ – 13 ½ (approximately 25cm {9 ¾”} foot circumference)

Circus Tonic Handmade Revelry Sock (80% Merino, 20% Nylon; 374m {409yds}/100g), 1 skein Western Whipbird colourway, or 100g fingering weight sock yarn

Sample used approximately 80g (299m {327yds}) for Medium Size pair of socks (EU 40.5/US 9 ½).

2.25mm (US 1) at least 80cm (32”) length circular needle, or size to obtain gauge
Cable needle
2 removable stitch markers (optional during heel turn)
Tapestry needle
Tape measure
Sock blockers (optional)

33 stitches x 48 rounds = 10cm (4”) in stockinette stitch on 2.25mm (US 1) needles, knit in the round, relaxed after blocking.

Stockinette stitch = knit every round

-Instructions are written for the Magic Loop method of working in the round, with a toe-up sock construction.

-Instructions are to be worked from the beginning to end of each round, unless instructions are specified for stitches on first needle of the round (N1; top of foot/front of leg), and second needle of the round (N2; sole of foot/back of leg), separately.

-A toe-up cast on, such as Judy’s Magic Cast On, and a stretchy bind off, such as Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off, are recommended for beginning and finishing your socks. You will also need to know how to work short rows by wrapping stitches.

-Stitch counts are written for Small Size with {Medium,Large} Size stitch counts in brackets.

If you wish to work from a hard copy of the pattern, please ensure you print the chart (page 6) in colour.

This pattern has been professionally tech edited by FayeWeiss, and test knit. Instructions are provided in both written and charted format where relevant.