Goat's Eye Socks by Tracie Millar

Goat's Eye Socks

by Tracie Millar
Knitting
November 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
34 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette Stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
262 - 339 yards (240 - 310 m)
Adult S, M, L approx. 7 (8.5, 9) inch or 17.5 (22,22.5)cm foot circumference
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One of my favourite getaways is a ski vacation to Banff, in my home province of Alberta, Canada. Gondolas and chairlifts take you up the mountain to Sunshine Village ski resort, and once there, you can take a run down Goat’s Eye Mountain. The views are nothing short of breathtaking. Days on the hill are chilly, and a pair of hand knit wool socks are the perfect choice to stay warm and toasty. I hope you love knitting these textured socks as much as I do.
Happy knitting, Friends.

Goat’s Eye socks are a beautiful, simple to knit textured pattern featuring a faux cable and gorgeous garter ribbing.

I love speckled and variegated sock yarns, but sometimes I just want the pattern and texture to shine! Goat’s Eye Socks, and your favourite tonal yarn are the perfect choice.

Pattern Highlights:

  • Three sizes
  • written for Magic Loop style knitting
  • Cuff Down (easily modified to toe up)
  • Garter Rib - quick to knit, and a great fit
  • Faux Cable (no cable needle needed) running down the centre of a mirrored purl texture pattern
  • Charted & Written instructions for all sizes
  • Video tutorial links for all techniques
  • heel flap & gusset construction with Dutch (square) heel turn
  • “Sweet Honeycomb” sample is size MEDIUM and used 81g of yarn
  • professionally tech edited
  • test knit - Thank you to all the amazing knitters that tested! xx
  • perfect pattern to use different tonal coloured mini skeins for each repeat. Fun!