Midnight Star by Annelie Thomasson

Midnight Star

Knitting
February 2024
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch in the round after blocking using needle 2,5mm (US1,5)
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 0 - 2.0 mm
311 - 381 yards (284 - 348 m)
34/35 (36/37) 38/39 (40/41) 42/43 (44/45) US: 4 (6) 8 (10) 12 (13)
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To look up at the stars a late night is one of my favorite things to do. First you only see the brightest but after a while you can see the ones further away. That is when you experience the power of the universe.

Sizes: 34/35 (36/37) 38/39 (40/41) 42/43 (44/45) US: 4 (6) 8 (10) 12 (13)

Length of the foot: 22 (23) 24 (25) 26 (27) cm / 8,7 (9) 9,4 (9,8) 10/2 (10,6) “

Suggested yarn: A fingering sockyarn 100g=400m.
I have used a handdyed sockyarn from Humlalyckan. It´s her Merino Sock Fin in the colours Mangold and Bark.

Yarn: Main colour: 46 (48) 50 (52) 55 (60) g. Contrast colour: 25 (25) 25 (27) 27 (27) g.

Gauge: 30 sts x 42 rnds in stockinette sts worked in the round on needle 2,5mm (US1,5).

Notions: Scissors and tapestry needle for weaving in ends.

~ This sock is worked from the toe up.
~ The heel is a classic heel for a toe up sock.
~ The colourwork on the leg is stranded knitting read from a chart.
~ This pattern is ritten for Magic loop but you can of course use dubble pointed needles too.

Techniques used in this pattern
Judy´s Magic cast on
Knit
Purl
Increases
Wrap & Turn
Slip stitches
Stranded colourwork read from chart
Bind off