Craggy Shore by The Blue Mouse

Craggy Shore

July 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in Sock Stitch Pattern
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
300 - 450 yards (274 - 411 m)
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Craggy Shores is a beautifully textured sock pattern written for cuff down socks with instructions for a heel flap and gusset. The pattern is written for using magic loop, but if you’re a seasoned sock knitter you could easily convert it.

YARN - Fingering weight approx:
400 yards {365 m}
Yardage varies widely depending on the length of your foot and the CO, but 1 skein of at least 400 yds should be plenty for a pair of socks (more than enough for a pair of shorties) for most foot sizes.

Sample uses: Six and Seven Fiber Amaranth base (100% Non-SW Merino, 436 yds/100 g) in the colorway ‘Plumage’.

US 1.5 {2.5 mm} 32 - 40” {80 - 100 cm} circular needles OR a set of Neko Bamboo Flex DPN’s.
Or size needed to match your preferred gauge.

Yarn Needle, Stitch Marker

Leg stitch pattern worked in the round & blocked.
Works with multiple gauges: 28, 32 & 36 sts per 4” {10 cm} with a round gauge close to 44 rounds per 4” {10 cm}.
---Sample got a 28 sts/44 rounds gauge and made the 54 size cast on.
---I found my stitch pattern gauge was not that far off from my stockinette gauge, maybe 1-2 sts less within a 4” {10 cm} swatch.

Use your gauge and the table on page 2 to choose the number of stitches to cast on for your size.


  • This pattern is broken up into 2 PDF’s, 1 for sizes: 48, 60, & 72 sts and the other for sizes: 54, 66 & 78 sts. Both are included for FREE

  • There are multiple charts included in each PDF, charts for the foot, leg and heel patterns.

  • This pattern has been tech edited and test knit for all sizes.

  • You’ll find a coupon at the end of each PDF ;)