Totally Rad Ribbed Socks by Summer Lee

Totally Rad Ribbed Socks

September 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in ribbing
US 1 - 2.25 mm
300 - 400 yards (274 - 366 m)
S (7"/ 17.75cm) M (8"/20.25cm) L (9"/23cm) XL (10"/25.Scm)
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The Totally Rad Ribbed Socks are a cozy tribute to the Retro Striped Socks of the 1970’s and 1980’s.

Whether you wear them on a hike through the woods, with your rollerskates on a beach boardwalk, or curled up at home on a cold, blustery day, these socks will quickly become a versatile staple in your wardrobe!

This pattern includes instructions for both a tabbed cuff, a ribbed cuff, a heel flap and gusset, or a
peasant heel. There are options for different lengths and stripes as well - you can choose the options you like best!

There are also links to video tutorials throughout the pattern demonstrating certain techniques, as well as picture tutorials in the pattern itself.

Additionally, a bonus page is included in the pattern with instructions for crocheting cute little flowers you can sew on your ribbed socks!

(Measured around the circumference of the ball of your foot)
S (7”/ 17.75cm)
M (8”/20.25cm)
L (9”/23cm)
XL (10”/25.Scm)

40 sts over 4 inches and 28 rows in 3x1 ribbing

• Approximately 300-400 yards of sock yarn for the MC (how much you end up using will depend on how long you make your socks).
• Approximately 50 yards of sock yarn for the contrasting stripes, heels, and toes
• US size 1 needles (36” or longer circular for magic loop, DPNs, or 9” circular, depending on which sock knitting method you like best!)
• A tapestry needle for weaving in ends and sewing your tabbed cuff down.