Wrought iron gates, windows, screens, and stair railings can be incredibly detailed in examples of California Revival architecture. I wanted to play with the ways ironwork scrolls and twists across vertical ribs in these pieces. Twisted and twisted traveling stitches were the perfect way to translate this to knitting.
Worked cuff down, these socks carry through with the ironwork motifs, even along the heel flap.
Notions: Yarn needle, stitchmarkers
Skills Required: Twisted stitches, traveling stitches, working in the round, picking up stitches, Kitchener stitch, reading charts
Thank you to Alexandra Virgiel for tech editing.
ERRATA to first printing of book: Large Front Chart, Rnd 27, should end p6 (not 7), ktbl.