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I'm a knitter, mother, wife, indi-pattern designer, and recently earned a master's degree in psychology. In addition to designing knitting patterns, I also test/sample knit, take in repairs and ...
I'm a knitter, mother, wife, indi-pattern designer, and recently earned a master's degree in psychology. In addition to designing knitting patterns, I also test/sample knit, take in repairs and finishing work, and occasionally take on commissioned pieces. Let me put my creativity to work for you! www.cambriawdesigns.comView all patterns by designer (7) »
The pattern was the second release for the 2011 edition of Super Sock Scarefest.
If you've ever watched The Bride of Frankenstein, you'll know that we have to wait a long time before she makes an appearance in the film. When we finally do see her, she's wrapped in gauze from head to foot. These pedicure socks are inspired by her 'look'. Eyelets create the look of moth-eaten bandages. These socks are great for keeping your feet warm while your polished toes dry. The pattern comes with two leg options, and uses an easy random lace technique. They're a no-brainer (lol).
You will need 2-3 50gm balls of Soxx Appeal, or 400-600 yds of fingering yarn containing at least 1% elastic. The ELASTIC IS CRITICAL to this pattern.
8 sts per inch in stockinette, in the round. Be sure to knit your swatch in the round as knitting flat changes your gauge slightly. Take time to check gauge carefully to ensure proper fit.
500 yards of Fingering weight