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In The Mix Yoga Socks

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In The Mix Yoga Socks
In The Mix Yoga Socks
In The Mix Yoga Socks
In The Mix Yoga Socks
In The Mix Yoga Socks

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Knitting Skills
  • Knitting in the round w/ DPNs or circular needles
  • Right Twist Stitch.
  • Binding Off/Casting On within a work

Pattern Description:

This pattern was inspired by my sister. She is a yoga instructor and has worn my not-so-flattering, crocheted yoga socks to all of her yoga retreats. I figured it was high time that I made her some better fitting and much more visually appealing yoga socks. She also LOVES funky colors, so I picked the brightest color combination I could find to liven up this project. This pattern is a delightful mix of functionality and just plain fun! It's also great for beginners who are looking to practice techniques such as knitting in the round, the right twist stitch, and binding off/casting on in the middle of a work. This is my first pattern I have ever completed and offered for sale. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size/ finished measurements are easily adjusted to suit the individual. There are no specific measurements needed.

Materials:

  • One circular (32" or longer) needle in size US 1 when using the Magic Loop Method (my preferred method) or four double-pointed needles in size US 1.
  • Sport (Fine) weight yarn (approx 185 yds)

You Will Also Need:

  • Stitch Marker
  • Tapestry Needle

Suggested yarn:

185 yards of Sport weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Deborah Norville Collection Serenity Garden Yarn

Colorway:

Gems (DN800-04)
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About the designer

I'm a full-time college student with a part-time job and a part-time knitting habit. I learned to crochet from my mother several years ago and I taught myself how to knit about a year ago. I still ...

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