World's End by Lisa K. Ross

World's End

October 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in stranded stockinette stitch with larger needles
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 1 - 2.25 mm
300 - 450 yards (274 - 411 m)
Adult S (M, L, XL)
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“It was as if a wall stood up between them and the sky… Then up came the sun, and at its first rising they saw it through the wall and it turned into wonderful rainbow colours.” - The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Narnian sailors arrive at the end of the world to find a Silver Sea filled with lilies and sunlight refracted into rainbows by a giant wave. These top-down socks use stranded colorwork to create their own fractal design. Pair your favorite Countess Ablaze variegated with a semi-solid for stunning results. The design is anchored by a solid cuff, heel, and toe, while clever details such as an eye-of-the-partridge heel and a unique gusset make these socks as fun to knit as they are to wear. This flashy footwear is ready to travel to the end of the world… and beyond!

Adult S (M, L, XL)
Leg and Foot Circumference: 8 (9, 10, 10.75)”/ 20.5 (22.5, 25.5, 27) cm; fits leg/foot circumference of same size with 0” ease
Leg Length: Adjustable to fit
Foot Length: Adjustable to fit

Countess Ablaze BLUEFACED BARON FINGERING (100% Superwash BFL wool; 420 yards / 110 grams); 250yds each color
Sample in (MC) ‘The Black Parade’ and (CC) ‘This Ain’t a Scene’

US 2 (2.75mm) for colorwork and US 1 (2.25mm), or as needed to meet gauge; DPNs or needles for small circumference knitting

Tapestry needle

In stockinette on smaller needles:
32 sts and 48 rounds =
4” (10cm)
In colorwork on larger needles:
S & L: 32 sts and 32 rounds = 4” (10cm) on larger needles
M & XL: 36 sts and 36 rounds = 4” (10cm) on larger needles

Tech editing by Kate Atherley. Photos by Annie Prince Photography.

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