Outa Socks by Ronja Hakalehto

Outa Socks

Knitting
October 2020
Light Fingering ?
29 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch (after blocking)
US 2 - 2.75 mm
253 - 284 yards (231 - 260 m)
1(2)
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Outa is a name for a forest in Lapland. These deep green socks with beautiful knitted shapes on them remind me of spruce forests where I love to wonder.
The stitch pattern is easier than it looks and I’ve also made a tutorial video for your help.

SIZE:

Woman

1 (2)

Foot circumference: 18 (21.5) cm / 7.1 (8.5)”
(the length of the sock is easily adjustable)

MATERIALS:

Yarn:
231-260 m / 253-284 yards of fingering weight sock yarn.
Sample is knitted with Filcolana Arwetta Classic (80% superwash merino wool 20% nylon, 210 meters / 230 yards per 50 gram).
You need approx. 231-260 meters / 253-284 yards
of fingering weight yarn.

Needles: 
US 2 (2.75mm) DPNs or circular needle for Magic Loop knitting.

Adjust the needle size to get the correct gauge.

Other notions: 
Stitch marker and tapestry needle.

Note:
The pattern is written for Magic Loop knitting so there are only needles 1 and 2.

GAUGE:

29 stitches and 44 rows = 10 cm / 4” in stockinette stitch (after blocking).