Vanilla Socks on 9" Circulars by Crazy Sock Lady Designs

Vanilla Socks on 9" Circulars

June 2020
Light Fingering ?
8 stitches = 1 inch
in stockinette stitch
US 1 - 2.25 mm
380 - 400 yards (347 - 366 m)
Small(Medium, Large)
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This pattern is for a Vanilla, or plain Stockinette, sock knitted on 9” Circular Needles.

I wrote this pattern to accompany a free video tutorial on my YouTube Channel for knitting Vanilla Socks on 9” Circulars. The tutorial walks you through how to do the entire sock on 9” Circulars from setting up the Cast On to Kitchenering the toe and weaving in your ends.

I also go through how you can knit the heel section on 2 DPNs, in case you find the 9” a bit too fiddly for that section.

You can find that video here:

Pattern is written for Small(Medium, Large) – Circumference 8-9”(9-10”, 10-11”)
A Note on Sizes: The sizes listed are based on the foot circumference and not the foot length. I recommend choosing a size that will allow for 1-2 inches of negative ease to get the best fit. You will knit the sock to the length that you need in order to fit.

Supplies List
Yarn: 100 grams/463 yards of fingering weight yarn. Sample knit in: Barnyard Knits in the Stone Harbor colorway on the Sock Weight
(75% Superwash Merino/25% Nylon) 100 grams/463 yards.
Needles: US 1/2.25mm 9” circular needle.
US 1/2.25mm double pointed needles (for alternate way of doing the heel area, see the Notes section for more information)
US 1/2.25mm circular needle with a 32” cable (used for the toe, see the Notes section for more information)
Notions: Beginning of round marker
2 stitch markers
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Gauge: Approx 8 sts per inch in stockinette.