CHOICES! Sock - a Whole Sock Class!

from Suzanne Correira, Fiber Arts Republic

CHOICES! Sock - a Whole Sock Class! Pattern


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CHOICES! Sock - a Whole Sock Class! CHOICES!

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit and purl

Pattern Description:

Top Down or Toe Up - it's YOUR Choice! This pick and choose pattern gives you the basics to knit a sock either way, NOW ONLY $5!

A whole sock workshop in one 4-page pattern!

Written for a 60-stitch sock at 7-7.5 sts/inch, but can be adjusted. Needles suggested from Size 1 to Size 3.

Written for either double points OR two circular needles.

Top Down with two different heel choices and three cast on suggestions, including the Elastic Cast On.

Toe Up with the same two heel choices and three different toes: Judy's Magic Cast on, Garter Stitch toe, or Provisional.

Elastic Bind Off or your preferred and a Kitchener reminder.

It's all here!

Color/Stitch Pattern? Whatever you want - pattern is for basic stockinette.

This pattern has it all and is what I base my handout on for my popular Sock Workshops.

It's basically FOUR sock patterns in one neat package


7-7.5 sts/inch is suggested for sturdy yet supple socks.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Written for a Woman's Medium but can be adjusted


  • Sock Yarn and Suggested Size 1-3 US needles to give Gauge

Suggested yarn:

400 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

any - it's YOUR Choice!


Go wild or stay conservative

About Designer

About Designer

Fireantfibers on

Knitter, Spinner, Dyer, Weaver.

I started knitting in the 1980s, and then started demonstrating knitting and knitting Kilt Hose for sale. Have had a fiber business since 1992 - first as Fire Ant Ranch and now as Fiber Arts Republic. This is my 21st year and I am exploring different fibers and ways to "play" with them.

I discovered SILK a few years ago and that is my current love! ...

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