Corrugate by Clare Devine

Corrugate

Knitting
October 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch in the round with smaller needles
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
200 - 400 yards (183 - 366 m)
Child and Adult (S, M, L)
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Corrugate
(verb: contract or cause to contract into wrinkles or folds)

A fun, easy going sock. The perfect travel knitting companion. Subtle texture and eyelets flow down the leg and onto the foot while squishy garter stitch envelopes the heel. These top down socks are a soothing knit and a great project for the adventurous beginner.

Materials

Hartlam Calvinia (4ply; 80% Merino, 20% nylon; 366m / 400yds per 100g skein)
Shade: I Dare You; 1 x 100g skein

Ginger’s Hand Dyed Bleating Velvet (4ply; 80% Merino, 10% Cashmere, 10% Nylon; 400m / 437 yds per 100g skein)
Shade: Grey Gardens; 1 x 100g skein

2.5mm (US1.5) needles; for working in the round
2.25mm (US1) needles; for working in the round
Stitch markers
Tapestry needle

Sizes

Child (S, M, L)
Finished circumference (unstretched):
15 (17.5, 20, 22.5) cm / 6 (7, 8, 9)”

To fit:
16 - 18 (18.5 – 20.5, 21 - 23, 23.5 – 25.5)cm / 6.25 - 7 (7.25 - 8, 8.25 - 9, 9.25 - 10)”

Note: the lace pattern is very stretchy. I would advise choosing the smaller size if you are unsure of which size to opt for.

Gauge

36 sts and 44 rows to 10cm / 4” in stocking stitch worked in the round, blocked, using 2.25mm (US1)

32 sts and 44 rows to 10cm / 4” in lace pattern worked in the round, blocked, using 2.25mm (US1