Victoria Socks by Silka Burgoyne
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Victoria Socks

Knitting
September 2010
Waterloo Wools Niagara
Light Fingering ?
30 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
280 - 360 yards (256 - 329 m)
One Size
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Victoria sock is a design for my 1st Accessory collection. The pattern is currently available as Individual pattern or a set with Victoria Gloves. The sock pattern will also be available as the collection in the near future.

Victoria design is driven by my sister, Vicky and it’s one of the design that features waterloo Wools.

FINISHED MEASUREMENTS
Foot Circumference: 8 inches without stretch at the top
Foot and Leg Length: Varies depending on each individual foot size and preference

MATERIALS
Yarn: Niagara by Waterloo Wools (80% Superwash Merino Wool, 20% Nylon; 420 yd/100 g)
Grape Crush; 1 skein
NOTE: Substitute Niagara with any sock yarn that maintains the same gauge.

RECOMMENDED NEEDLE SIZES
Ribbing and Upper Leg - Size 3 (2.5 mm): 29 circular (cir) needle or longer for magic loop method. Adjust needle sizes to obtain the correct gauge.
Lower Leg and Foot Body – Size 1 (2.25 mm): 29 circular (cir) or longer for magic loop method. Adjust needle sizes to obtain the correct gauge.
NOTE: If you prefer using dpn, please substitute the same size as the circular needle

GAUGE
30 sts and 40 rows = 4 inches in St st with smaller size needle
36 sts and 38 rows = 4 inches in Twisted Rib with larger size needle

PATTERN NOTES

  1. The pattern is written using magic loop method; hence, the basic understanding of the magic loop method is required to understand the pattern. Victoria Socks can also be adopted to use dpn. However, I would highly recommend using magic loop method because the nature of the motif.
  2. Everyone’s foot length is unique; hence, measure your foot length before working on the socks.
  3. Victoria Socks is worked from toe-up; the cast on method that I used is the magic cast-on method by Judy Becker. I have included the cast on instruction below.
  4. The heel of the sock is work using short row.

The pattern includes basic instruction on Magic Loop method, graphic instruction of magic cast on by Judy Becker, short-row heel and detail chart for the Twist and Lace Stitch.

As always if there is any question of the pattern, Please feel free to contact me.