Say Yes to Pie by Miscellaneous Design Studio

Say Yes to Pie

Knitting
December 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches and 11 rows = 1 inch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
350 - 450 yards (320 - 411 m)
7", 8", 9"
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Treat your feet to a cozy confection! No whipped cream required.

This highly textured pair of unisex socks works from the toe-up with an invisible cast-on (Aggie’s Simple Cast-On) and uses a Peasant Heel (a variation of the afterthought heel), before moving onto a low-calf height leg and short cuff. The Peasant Heel requires no clipping of stitches, only undoing an easy to locate row of stitches that you thoughtfully worked in a contrasting color.

Choose to make the sock in a beautiful indie dye or a commercially dyed yarn, both are a great choice. Self-striping, kettle dyed, or variegated work well with the lush texture of a stitch reminiscent of seersucker.

The pattern is sized for 7-9” circumference, unstretched. If you require greater or lesser sizing you may choose to add or omit stitches in sets of 8: 4 on the top, and 4 on the bottom. If you prefer a very firm sock fabric, go down a needle size (you may have different yardage requirements) and utilize the stitch count for the next size up.

Gauge
8 stitches per inch on US 2/2.75mm

Materials Required
Fingering Weight Yarn in one or more colors totaling at least 320 yards.

US 2/2.75mm and US 1/2.5mm DPNs.
You may choose corresponding circular needles. If you prefer magic loop, some notes are included for this technique. These notes assume you are familiar with the technique.

Beginning of Round Stitch Marker.
Yarn Needle for weaving in ends.
Contrast or waste yarn for the afterthought heel.