Sobrino Socks by Lauren Slagle (lolodidit)

Sobrino Socks

Knitting
April 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
8 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
20 - 70 yards (18 - 64 m)
newborn - 18 months
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Sobrino Socks
by Lauren Slagle (lolodidit) #sobrinosocks #lolodidit

We recently welcomed our nephew into the family! While on the plane coming home from our first visit with him, I started knitting him some sweet little socks. I made up the pattern, using my own short row heel, and the socks are so adorable I had to share them with all of you!

I named these socks sobrino, which means nephew in Spanish.

If you’d like to hear more about my sock knitting adventures, check out my YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/c/lolodidit

SIZES
I have included sizes ranging from Newborn to 18 months based on average baby sizes in the US. All babies are unique, so please keep that in mind when knitting for a loved one. These stretchy socks have a good amount of negative ease, but when in doubt, knit a size up. Babies grow fast!

RECOMMENDED YARN
lolodidit’s Lo-riginal, Everyday Sock, Plush Sock, or Loriginal
https://www.lolodidit.com

You will need 2 colors of fingering weight sock yarn. The amounts suggested below will be more than enough for any size you decide to knit.

Main Color: 50g or less
Contrast Color: 20g or less

Quantities used will vary based on gauge, cuff length and whether you do contrast heels. The pattern is written for a contrast stripe at the toe instead of a full contrast toe.

TOOLS
all available at https://www.lolodidit.com
A set of 5 double pointed needles, or 32” circular needle, US Size 1.5 (2.5mm), or size needed to get gauge
Tape Measure Darning Needle Stitch Markers

GAUGE
8 sts/inch in stockinette