Basic Fingering Weight Socks on DPNs

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Basic Fingering Weight Socks on DPNs Pattern

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Knitting: Basic Fingering Weight Socks on DPNs
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knitting in the round on dpns, k2tog, ssk, three needle bind off (toe) OR kitchener stitch.

Pattern Description:

Top down socks on dpns, throughly explained! This pattern is for fingering wt. yarn and includes three foot widths. The pattern features my special heel treatment for reinforcement of the entire heel, not just the flap. (Optional.) Close up photos of the construction. Full of tips on technique.

Start with a great hank of sock yarn and make some fabulous socks! Careful try-on during construction ensures a perfect fit! Reinforcement all the way under the heel makes your wonderful hand knit socks last longer.

Pattern Specs:
Materials:
100 gm fingering weight sock yarn.
Size 1 short double-pointed sock needles- set of 5 or whatever size you need to get
gauge.
Gauge: 8 stitches/ 1 inch
Pattern: Sizing is given for a ladies' foot: Narrow (average, wide). Finished foot
circumference will be 7.5" (8", 8.5"). Average sock size is pictured.

Gauge:

8 stitches per inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7.5" (8", 8.5") circumference and length as desired for ladies' S (M,L).

Materials:

  • 100 grams fingering weight sock yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • set of 5 short dpns, size 1 or whatever size you need to achieve gauge.

Suggested yarn:

375 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Araucania Ranco

About Designer

About Designer

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I am a mostly stay-at-home wife. With our kids are grown, this time of life frees me to pursue my creativity. I teach fitness classes to senior citizens part-time and quilt, knit and crochet at home. I taught myself how to knit and crochet from magazines when I was a young teen, and haven't stopped since.

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