wake socks by Lori Law

wake socks

Knitting
April 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 0 - 2.0 mm
305 - 365 yards (279 - 334 m)
women's 5-6-7-8-9 shoe size
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Designed for Yarnbox April 2016.

When I received the yarn for this pattern, I immediately thought of water, it’s such a beautiful and soothing shade of pretty blue. And although I tend to envision oceanic scenes most often when designing water-themed stitch patterns, this design elicits, for me, murmurings of ripples on a tranquil inland lake in the wake of a lolling sailboat on a toasty summer afternoon.

These socks are fraternal: matching but mirror images of each other. You decide which you prefer to be the right or the left sock. They are knit top-down with a modified square heel and gussets and a kitchenered toe.

MATERIALS

sizing: 5-6-7 (8-9) women’s shoe sizes; finished foot length
(approximately): 8.75-9-9.5 (10-10.25)” 22-23-24 (24.7-25.5)
cm
; circumerence: 8-8-8 (9.5-9.5)” 20.3-20.3-20.3 (24-24) cm
YARN 305 (365) yards fingering/sock weight yarn – or, one skein
ModeKnit Yarn ModeSock, colour Lyanna Blue, 100g / 382 yds,
60% superwash merino/30% Bamboo/10% Nylon

NEEDLES 2 mm (US0) needles – circulars (min. 60 cm/24”) or
DPNs to suit your preferred method of knitting socks in the
round, or size required to obtain gauge; cable needle

OTHER stitch-markers, tapestry needle for weaving ends

GAUGE 8 sts & 12 rows per 1-inch square in stockinette

Pattern is charted only.

Errata - verison 1: in the charts key, knit and purl are inadvertently mixed up.