Weaver's Socks by Emily Walton

Weaver's Socks

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Knitting
October 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 60 rows = 4 inches
in Woven Stitch Pattern
US 2 - 2.75 mm
370 - 400 yards (338 - 366 m)
Women's Medium (approximately 8-8.5" leg circumference)
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

This is a simple sock pattern for beginning sock knitters wanting to increase their skill set, or more experienced sock knitters who want the joy of working an easier pattern that yields beautiful results while still giving the appearance of a complicated pattern. The 4-round stitch pattern is easily memorized, so you’ll fly through these socks before you know it!

Pattern features a traditional slip-stitch heel flap with stitches picked up for the gusset. Toe is shaped using simple decreases and grafted using Kitchener Stitch.

There is currently only one size option for this sock, as the suggested yarn used is stretchy enough to fit a variety of feet and leg shapes. For a smaller sock, try going down a needle size or selecting a yarn that is less stretchy and swatch to find your preferred gauge. Leg and foot length can be modified to your preference by adding or subtracting stitch pattern repeats (multiple of 4 rounds per repeat).

This is a great pattern for that gorgeous skein of variegated yarn that you just didn’t quite know what to do with. The colors in the yarn will stand out beautifully without sacrificing the definition in the stitch pattern. Of course, tonals and solids would look great, too!