Tulsi Socks by Verena Cohrs
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Tulsi Socks

Knitting
July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
372 - 459 yards (340 - 420 m)
EU 35–37, EU 38–40, EU 41–43, EU 44–46
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The Tulsi Socks were inspired by the colorful geographic patterns on Pukka’s beautiful tea packages. Knitting and tea are just a perfect match!

The socks are knit toe up on circular needles using the magic loop method. The stitch pattern is easy to memorize once you’ve knit a few rounds and could easily be adapted for cuff-down knitting. Instructions are offered for a gusset & heel flap heel.

Depending on the size you’ll need about 80 to 100g of fingering weight yarn – 60 - 80g in the main color and 20g in the contrasting color. The sample socks shown in the photos are knit out of Herbstblatt Regina’s Oak Sock in the colorways Hydrangea Garden (main color) and Mossy Pillows (contrasting color).

This pattern has been test knit.

Happy knitting!


P A T T E R N⠀ I N F O

S I Z E

EU 35–37 (EU 38–40, EU 41–43, EU 44–46)

Y A R N 

Herbstblatt Regina Oak Sock (75% virgin wool, 25% polyamid; 459 yards / 420 meters per 100g)

1 skein of main color (Hydrangea Garden) and 1 skein or about 20g of contrasting color (Mossy Pillows)

G A U G E 

30 stitches x 44 rows = 10 cm / 4 inches (in stockinette stitch, after blocking)

N E E D L E 

2.25mm / US 1 circular needle or needle size to obtain gauge

N O T I O N S 

darning needle, stitch holder or scrap yarn, tape measure