Convergence by Dana Gervais


September 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette stitch in the round after blocking
US 1 - 2.25 mm
350 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)
Pattern instructions are given for: •Narrow circumference (7 inch/ 17.8 centimetre) •Medium circumference (8 inch/ 20.3 centimetre) •Wide circumference (9 inch/ 22.8 centimetre) •Extra wide circumference (10 inch/ 25.4 centimetre) •Extra extra wide circum
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Convergence: the act of moving toward union or uniformity

This pattern starts with 2 cable panels side by side at the top of the back leg of the sock. The cable panels
then separate and converge again on the front of the leg just before the top of the foot.

Strategically placed increases and decreases are easy to work and cause the cable panels to travel from the back to the front of the sock.

Sample is knit using Simply Ewe
Fiberworks River Street Sock 75%
superwash merino, 25% nylon
; 462
yards/ 422 metres per 3.5 ounce/ 100
gram skein; ‘Golden Honey’; 1 skein

1 set 2.25mm (US size 1) needles in
preferred needle style for working in the
round or size needed to obtain gauge
1 set 2.75mm (US size 2) needles in
preferrled syle for working in the round

•Stitch markers
•Tapestry needle
•Cable needle

8 sts/ 12 rows = 1 inch/ 2.5 centimetres in
Stockinette Stitch in the round measured
after blocking

•Working in the round
•Short rows

Thank you to MadeleineSusan for her tech editing expertise and to all the amazing test knitters who tested the pattern!