These socks are knitted in the round in two or more colors. As is the tradition, Fair Isle garments are never worked with more than two colors in a round and these socks are no exception! The heel flap is worked in corrugated ribbing while the patterning for the rest of the sock is comprised of three-row peerie patterns, traditional Scottish Fair Isle motifs which are typically 1 to 7 rows high.
Working with a Yarn in each Hand
Corrugated Ribbing Heel Pattern
The Dutch Heel and the Wide Toe
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In 2 color stockinette stitch: 7 sts/10 rows /inch
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