Canterbury Socks by Amy Loberg (FiberWild!)

Canterbury Socks

Knitting
July 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
360 - 400 yards (329 - 366 m)
Women’s Small -7", Women’s Medium-8", Women’s Large-8.75" foot circumference
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The third pattern in our Sock of the Month “World Traveler Series”!

The delicate columns and gothic tracery found in the England’s Canterbury Cathedral are the inspiration behind these exquisite socks! Knit from the top down starting with a twisted rib, the series of cables are mirrored front and back. Columns run down the back of the leg and top of the foot. The toe has another series of tracery like cables that flow gracefully to a point. A full gusset and ribbed heel flap give a snug, comfortable fit.

Size: Women’s Small (Women’s Medium, Women’s Large)

Foot Circumferences: 7” (8”, 8 ¾”)

Gauge: 28 to 30st/4” in Stockinette Stitch

Needles: (2) circular needles or size to obtain gauge.

Small
Cuff: 2.75 mm
Foot: 2.25 mm

Medium
Cuff: 3.00 mm
Foot; 2.50 mm

Large
Cuff: 3.25 mm
Foot: 2.75 mm or 3.00mm

Materials: Shown in Knit One Crochet Too’s Crock-O-Dye (65% Superwash Merino Wool / 20% Nylon / 15% Silk: 416 yds/100g)

Yardage: Approximately 360 (375, 400) yards (1 skein)

Notions: Cable Needle

Skill Level: Intermediate

Note: The colors on the chart are there to help show the directions of the cables only!