Walk In The Garden Socks by linnstercrafts
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Walk In The Garden Socks

July 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
10 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in vine stitch pattern
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
218 - 235 yards (199 - 215 m)
Girls US Size 10-2/EU 27-33/UK 9-1
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

I was unable to find a pair of socks I wanted to knit for a friends daughter so I decided to create a pattern myself. I wanted a lacy pattern and chose the Vine Stitch pattern from a stitch dictionary I have in my library.

This pattern is for Girls ages 4 (if they have large feet) to approx 10 years old (small feet). If you care to you can make them longer in the leg than the pattern is written for. I made them a little above the ankle for Summer wear.

Materials Needed:
Fingering weight yarn in either 3 or 4-ply.
Circular Needles ranging from US Size 1 - 1.5 at least 40” cables for Magic Loop Method.
Stitch markers
Waste yarn for the AfterThought Heel.

Quantity of skeins range from 1 to 2 depending on which yarn you choose from the suggested yarns. If you purchase Expression Fiber Arts or Lolodidit Yarns you will need 1 skein and will get 2 pair of socks out of it. 1 skein of Patons Kroy Sock and Knit Picks Stroll yarns will produce 1 pair. One pair of socks takes approx 218 to 235 yds depending on the length of leg you choose to make. Any fingering weight yarn with nylon content will be a good match for this pattern.

I suggest using a solid, tonal, or mild multi-colorway. If you use a heavy multi-colorway the stitch pattern may get lost. I haven’t made these with a self-striping colorway so I am unable to provide any information in that regard. In my opinion a self-striping colorway would not compliment the stitch pattern yet everyone has their own taste. If you choose that type of colorway please let me know how you like the end result!

This pattern has been professionally tech edited. There are no errors in the pattern and the pattern is clear, concise, and easily understood.

I want to thank my Dream Team Test Knitters for testing this pattern for me. Dream Team Members are: Babsrudlin Babs, meDebby Debby, and stacyknits Stacy. Their input and suggestions are much appreciated and valued. I cannot thank you enough for your time, energy and amazing support to me as a Designer!

If you have any questions regarding the pattern once you have begun knitting please do send me a private message on Ravelry and I’ll be happy to assist you.

Thank you for your purchase and enjoy knitting these adorable socks!