Stone Moss Socks by Kam - handknitbykam

Stone Moss Socks

Knitting
October 2019
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36 stitches and 44 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
300 - 350 yards (274 - 320 m)
s,m,l
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The Stone Moss Socks were designed in collaboration with Allison Barnes Yarn.

The pattern for this socks works best when using contrasting colors, you can get 2 pairs of socks from one skein of each color.

You can choose between 3 different sizes to get the best fit for you.

Notes: Since the sock is colorwork all around, I suggest you make sure your gauge is correct and that you use the correct needle size since this pattern wont stretch a lot. Some of my test knitters went up a couple of sizes on their needles.

Materials
2.75 mm (2US) / 9” circular needles / DPNs
Stitch markers (1 to mark beginning of row, 2 to mark the front of the sock)
Moss – Allison Barnes Yarn BFL Fingering 182 yds / 50 g 100% Blue-Faced Leicester Wool untreated. (Color A)
Skipping Stones – Allison Barnes Yarn BFL Fingering 182 yds / 50g 100% Blue-Faced Leicester Wool untreated. (Color B)
Scissors
Darning needle

Level
Intermediate beginner (this pattern uses the afterthought heel technique)

Gauge
Knit following the pattern in the round – 36 sts and 44 rows in a 4”/10cm

Sizing
Foot Circumference
56 sts / S – 7.5”
64 sts / M – 8.5”
72 sts / L – 9.5”