Milky Chai Socks by Danielle Jorge
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Milky Chai Socks

Knitting
September 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
383 - 437 yards (350 - 400 m)
S (M, L)
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Handknit socks and chai latte for me evoke feelings of warm, comfy cosiness. As the leaves are turning and Autumn is making it’s colourful entrance there is nothing better than a freshly brewed milky chai filling the room with it’s wonderful spicy aroma while you slip your feet into the softest hand knit socks.

About the Pattern

As the temperatures are dropping my mind has been on all of the lovely cups of chai I am going to enjoy this season and this sock pattern emerged from those cosy thoughts. They have a lovely lace pattern inspired by the lashings of frothy milk I like to add to my mug of chai which flows into a simple rib inspired by cinnamon sticks - one of the delicious, sweet and warming spices that makes chai so very yummy. The socks also feature an eye of partridge heel flap and a rounded wedge toe - a pleasing and well fitting combination.

Sizes

S (M, L) the sizes are measured on leg and foot circumference as the length of the foot is adjustable

Finished Measurements

Leg length 15cm / 6” from the cuff to the start of the heel

Leg and foot circumference 15cm / 6” (18cm / 7”, 20cm / 8”)

Gauge

36 sts and 48 rows per 10 cm / 4” in stocking stitch

Yarn

You will need approximately 70g (80g,100g) of fingering weight yarn - I used Dusty Dimples Sock in Cinnamon

Needles

A set of 2.25mm needles for knitting a small circumference in the round or size needed to obtain gauge.

Optional - A set of 2mm needles for knitting a small circumference in the round or one size smaller than the needle you use to obtain gauge - see pattern notes.

Notions

Stitch markers - different coloured ones may help

Darning needle to sew in your ends

Photography by Deb Hickman