Walking on a Dream by Kalurah Hudson

Walking on a Dream

Knitting
June 2019
Light Fingering ?
28 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette in the round
US 1 - 2.25 mm
175 - 310 yards (160 - 283 m)
Small (6/7), Medium (8/9) and Large (10/11)
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Design
The unique cables in these socks are worked amidst a 4x1
ribbed background, creating an optimal amount of stretch on the front of the foot. The sole of the sock is knit in stockinette. There is no heel flap on this sock. The heel is created using shadow wrap short rows. A video link is included in the pattern.

Skills required

  • Working Magic Loop (the pattern is written in Magic Loop but you can easily convert the instructions to DPN’s. Making needle 1 & 2 your front needle and needle 3 & 4 your back needle.)

  • Reading charts (all charts have written instructions)

  • Judy’s Magic Cast-on (video tutorial)

  • 1/3 LC: (video tutorial)

  • 1/3 RC: (video tutorial)

  • Make one left increase: (video tutorial)

  • Make one right increase: (video tutorial)

  • KFB: (video tutorial)

  • Sewn bind off: (video tutorial)

  • Shadow Wrap Short Rows: (video tutorial)

Pattern Difficulty
Advanced

Finished Measurements
(Size down when working a half size.)
Small (6/7): 3” W x 7.5” heel to toe, blocked
Medium (8/9): 3.5” W x 8.5” heel to toe, blocked
Large (10/11): 4” W x 9.5” heel to toe, blocked

Yarn
MC: (130) (175) (220) yards of fingering weight sock yarn
CC: (45) (65) (90) yards of fingering weight sock yarn
Note: Choose a yarn with at least 20% nylon for
durability

Needles
Size US #1 (2.5mm) 32” Circular Needle for working Magic
Loop or a set of DPN’s

Notions
Cable Needle (if desired)
Stitch markers
Tapestry Needle
Sock Blockers & Wool wash

Gauge
Stockinette worked in the round and blocked
28 stitches & 40 rows = 4” x 4” or, 7 sts & 10 rows per inch