Whoops a Daisy socks by Stone Knits

Whoops a Daisy socks

Knitting
January 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
34 stitches and 38 rows = 4 inches
US 1 - 2.25 mm
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
405 - 437 yards (370 - 400 m)
1, (2), 3
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The Whoops a daisy socks are a fun pair of all over colourwork socks which can be knit in any of your favourite colour combinations. They were dreamt of in the depths of Winter when the gardens were covered in snow and ice and there were no flowers in sight.

These socks are knit from the cuff down with a 2 x 2 ribbed cuff, have a no wrap short row heel (any short row heel can be substituted) and have a stranded colourwork pattern throughout the leg and foot. This pattern uses the magic loop circular needle method (but can be knit with dpns).

Foot circumference: Size 1: 17-19cm / 7”, Size 2: 20-23cm / 8.5”, Size 3: 24-25.5cm / 9.5”
Leg/Foot length can be easily adjustable.
Further sizes can be achieved by going up or down needle sizes.

Needle size/Gauge: 2.5mm / US 1.5 34 x 38 rnds = 10cm / 4 inches

Materials Required
Yarn:

MC: 1 skein of Langyarns Jawoll Superwash sock 75/25 in 235 marine blue, approx 40g, 160m / 175yds.
CC 1: 1 skein of Langyarns Jawoll Superwash sock 75/25 in 150 gold, approx 35g, 140m / 153 yds.
CC 2: 1 skein of Langyarns Jawoll Superwash sock 75/25 in 8301 white, approx 25g, 100m / 109 yds
(or any fingering weight yarn in these amounts/contrasting colours).

Notions: Stitch marker, tapestry sewing needle.