Hucklebuck House Socks by Luise O'Neill

Hucklebuck House Socks

February 2021
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch in the round, blocked
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
230 - 320 yards (210 - 293 m)
Finished sock circumference: 8 (8.75, 9.5, 10.25)” / 20.5 (22, 24, 26)cm.
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♫ The Music ♫
The Hucklebuck is a jazz dance tune from the 1940s composed by Andy Gibson. A light-hearted, fun reach into the past. So put on your dancing socks and

“Wriggle like a snake - waddle like a duck; That’s what you do when you do the hucklebuck.”

Fraternal twin, top-down socks to keep your toes toasty warm. With a tiny touch of cable, these socks are a perfect solution for the “no fuss” sock knitter and wearer. The pattern uses a traditional slip-stitch heel and Stockinette foot with wide toe. Directions are included for using alternate colours on the toes only.

Instructions for left and right socks are written side-by-side for knitters who love to knit 2AAT (2-at-a-Time).

Both charts and written directions for charts are provided for the Cable pattern.

Finished sock circumference: 8 (8.75, 9.5, 10.25)” / 20.5 (22, 24, 26)cm.
Finished sock foot length: 10 (10.25, 10.75, 11.5)” / 25.5 (26, 27.5, 29)cm.

Worsted-weight yarn:
C1: 115 (130, 145, 160)yds / 105 (119, 133, 146)m;
C2: 115 (130, 145, 160)yds / 105 (119, 133, 146)m.

Sample shown in Knit Picks Wool of the Andes (worsted; 100% Peruvian Highland Wool; 110yds / 100m per 50g) in C1: Oyster Heather 24649 and C2: Persimmon Heather 24280.

3.5mm / US4 for small circumference knitting or size required to obtain gauge.
4mm / US6 for small circumference knitting (for cast on and ribbing only).

Stitch markers, cable needle, stitch holder or waste yarn, yarn needle.

Tech Editing: RedSquirrel; FirSprite.
Charting Software: Stitchmastery.
Test Knitters: Ravellers AnneBinMaine, susu2u, Mearacaera, bgow, IAlsoQuilt and strickratte.