Shorty Sock Set by Summer Lee

Shorty Sock Set

Knitting
July 2020
Any Sock Yarn will do!
40 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette
US 1 - 2.25 mm
130 - 200 yards (119 - 183 m)
S (7" or 17.75cm) M (8" or 20.25cm) L (9" or 23cm) XL (10" or 25.5cm) measuring the circumference around the ball of the foot
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Shorty socks are such a fun, satisfying, quick knit! This set includes THREE shorty sock patterns! The Basic B is a great, all-around (basic!) shorty sock. All the Frills allows you to get a little fancy with a cute ruffled cuff. The Pom Squad Sneaker Sock has a band of arch support, and of course a pom on the cuff for when you want your socks to be enthusiastic!

The pattern set also includes recipes for making scrappy socks, as well as faded versions! There are links to video tutorials for knitting in your ends as you go, as well as avoiding jogs when you do stripes!

ALL THE FRILLS
MATERIALS
• Approximately 130 yards of sock yarn
• US Size 1 needles (36” or longer circular for Magic Loop, or DPNs, or 9” circular, depending on your method of sock knitting)
• Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

GAUGE
40 sts over 4” in stockinette stitch, knit in the round, and blocked

SIZES (Measured around the circumference of the ball of your foot)
S (7”) M (8”) L (9”) XL (10”)

BASIC B
MATERIALS
• Approximately 100 yards of sock yarn for the body of the sock
• Approximately 50 yards of sock yarn for the contrasting cuff/heel/toe (optional)
• US Size 1 needles (36” or longer circular for Magic Loop, or DPNs, or 9” circular, depending on your method of sock knitting)
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

GAUGE
40 sts over 4” in stockinette stitch, knit in the round, and blocked

SIZES (Measured around the circumference of the ball of your foot)
S (7”) M (8”) L (9”) XL (10”)

POM SQUAD SNEAKER SOCK
MATERIALS
• Approximately 130 yards of sock yarn
• Scraps of sock yarn for the pom
Note: To get a tiny, but full pom, I suggest holding two strands of fingering weight yarn together when you make your pom, or using worsted weight yarn for the pom. For Version A, I held a strand of cream, and a strand of yellow fingering weight yarn together. For version B, I used a light blue worsted weight yarn. Additionally, if you plan on machine washing your socks, I would choose an acrylic yarn for your pom!
• US Size 1 needles (36” or longer circular for Magic Loop, or DPNs, or 9” circular, depending on your method of sock knitting)
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
• Pom Pom Maker (optional – I just use my fingers to make poms!)

GAUGE
40 sts over 4” in stockinette stitch, knit in the round, and blocked

SIZES (Measured around the circumference of the ball of your foot)
S (7”) M (8”) L (9”) XL (10”)