Squatchers by Heatherly Walker

Squatchers

Knitting
October 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
7.5 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch
in Stockinette
US 1 - 2.25 mm
300 - 420 yards (274 - 384 m)
M, L, XL
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Squatchers, those who watch for Big Foot.
I live in one of the places known for Big Foot sightings. Not just the famous ones from 7 or 8 decafes ago, but more active and recent sightings as well.
Our town parades used to have a Big Foot character who would wander the streets and scoop up children. They no longer terrorize spectators along the parade route, but Big Foot is still here among us.
So are the bears and mountain lions who raid our trash cans and remove small pets from their porches. Which means sometimes the bigfoot sightings are really just common but dangerous wildlife.
Several generations of children in my family have learned to hide from big foot’s Children Hawk. My own children (when they were small) used to lay traps for the hawk that would take them away to big foot and for big foot himself.

So whether or not you are one of the nay sayers or a squatcher, these socks will draw you into the woods.
Big trees and foot prints wander up the socks, and mirror eachother.

Shown in colourway “My mother saw big foot”.