Pedulia Callunae by Anna Friberg
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Pedulia Callunae

Knitting
November 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 45 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
306 - 437 yards (280 - 400 m)
Small (Medium, Large, X-Large)
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Deep within the mighty forests

High atop the solitary mountains

Upon the vast barren moors 

Has she found her home


Proud she stands 

Confident as the earth itself 

An anonymous beauty

Enchanting in her shades of lilacs and reds

As her comrades wilt and fade

Stays she stubbornly put

Always the last to bow

Down to the cold grasp of winter
- Emma Friberg

Sizes
X-Small (Small, Medium, Large)
The sock is designed to have a negative ease of 
0.5-4 cm / 0.25-1.5”
And to fit a foot circumference 
15.5-19 (17-20.5, 19-22.5, 20.5-24) cm / 6-7.5 (6.75-8, 7.5-8.75, 8-9.5)”
When choosing the size it is good to keep in mind that colour work is not as stretchy as stocking stitch. If a bigger size is needed round the leg than is available in the pattern, choose larger needles just for the leg
The length of the sock is adjustable. For a good fit, make socks approx. 1.5 cm / 0.5” shorter than foot length

Gauge
The socks are knit with a tight gauge to make the fabric more durable.
36 sts and 45 rnds = 10x10 cm / 4x4” in stocking stitch after blocking
Gauge was obtained on 2.25 mm / US 1 needle. I am a tight knitter so you may need to go down a needle size to obtain gauge.

Needles & Notions
1 lockable stitch marker
5 stitch markers
Tapestry needle
Needles for working on a small circumference to obtain gauge (needle size 2.25 mm / US 1 was used on sample)
Needles for working on a small circumference, one size larger than gauge (needle size 2.5 mm / US 1.5 was used on sample)

Techniques used
Provisional Cast-On video tutorial
I-Cord Cast-On, video tutorial
Kitchener Stitch, video tutorial
Kitchener Stitch, written tutorial

Technical Editing
Pattern has been professionally Technical Edited by James Bartley

Thank you
Thank you so much to Limmo-Design, zassh for collaboration and inspiration!
To our sample knitter mollystina Without your help we would never have made it in time!
The fantastic photos by @hantverket Your pictures are amazing!
And last byt not least, my daughter @emmafribergg for the beautiful poem<3