Roxen Socks by Anna Friberg

Roxen Socks

November 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 46 rows = 4 inches
in stocking stitch and textured pattern
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 0 - 2.0 mm
339 - 394 yards (310 - 360 m)
Small (Medium, Large)
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Needles & Notions
1 unique stitch marker as BOR m
4 stitch markers
Tapestry needle
Cable needle
Needles to knit a small circumference to obtain gauge
Needles to use for Tubular Cast-on, one size below gauge-size
The pattern can easily be worked with longer circulars i.e. 80 cm / 32”, double-pointed needles or 23 cm / 9” circulars.

Fingering weight yarn (75% wool, 25% nylon), approx. 400m / 440 yds per 100g
310 (320, 360) metres / 310 (350, 400)
The two samples were knit in
Mrs Lam Yarns Wa Sock 365m / 399yds per 100g (80% Merino, 20% Nylon
Limmo Design Hand-dyed sock yarn 420m / 425yds (75% Wool, 25% Nylon)
Note that metreage can differ depending on the length of the sock.

The socks are knit with a tight gauge to create a durable fabric.
36 sts and 45 rnds = 10x10 cm / 4x4” in stocking stitch after blocking
38 sts and 45 rnds = 10x10 cm / 4x4” in pattern after blocking
Make sure both rnd and stitch gauge is correct. That will ensure your socks fit.
For the sample, needle size 2.25 mm / US1 was used to obtain gauge. And for below gauge size 2.0 mm / US0.
I knit with a tight gauge, so you might need to go down a needle size to obtain gauge.

Techniques Used
Tubular cast-on
Kitchener Stitch, video tutorial
Kitchener Stitch, written instruction

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