Twinkling Tree Socks by Jacquline Rivera

Twinkling Tree Socks

Knitting
December 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches = 1 inch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
350 - 436 yards (320 - 399 m)
7(8, 9) inch foot circumference
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Inspired by the first snow of the season, the Twinkling Tree Socks evoke the cozy feeling of sitting by the fire and watching the snow drift lazily down with the serene thought of knowing you get to enjoy it from inside. Each sock has a tree motif done with simple cabling. Seed stitch is then carried down the foot of the sock all the way to the toe to represent the twinkling snow.

The cable tree instructions come with both a chart and the written directions.

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Sizing: Pattern includes three sizes: 7(8, 9) inch foot circumference. Sample is shown in size 8.

Recommended Yarn: One skein of Lattes & Llamas Vacation Yarn (100 grams/ 463 yards). Sample is shown in the ‘Rock Troll’ colorway.

Needles: US1 / 2.25 mm circular needles to work in Magic Loop or size needed to obtain gauge.

I prefer the Magic Loop method when knitting socks. If you are more comfortable using DPNs or two circulars, this pattern is easily converted.

Gauge: 8 sts = 1” in stockinette stitch, knit in the round

Notions: 4 Stitch Markers; Tapestry Needle; Tape Measure; Cable Needle; Stitch Holder or Waste Yarn