Justinís Stubborn Socks

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Justinís Stubborn Socks Pattern


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Knitting: Justinís Stubborn Socks
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Men



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, working in the round, ktbl, k2tog, ssk, p2tog, slip 1, slipping knitwise (kwise) with yarn in front (wyif ), Kitchener stitch

Pattern Description:

Justin /'j?stin/ Mysterious could just be Justin's middle name. He never seems to settle down and so you are never able to get a really good look at him. But he is strong for his friends. And loyal too ... just ask him.

And he has some secrets tucked away where no one can see them. A mystery, that is what he is.

And stubborn.


Sizes S&L: 36 sts and 50 rnds = 4 in 10cm in stockinette
Size M: 32 sts and 45 rnds = 4 in 10 cm in stockinette

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Women's S, M (L); To fit foot circumference 7.5, 8 19, 20.5 (21.5) cm


  • Happy Fuzzy Yarn Corrie Sock, (75% Superwash Corriedale wool/25% nylon; 435 yards 395m/ 4 oz 114g) 1 skein; shown in Shadow colorway - or substitute any true fingering weight yarn Sizes S&L: US#1 2.25mm Size M: US#1.5 2.5mm needles for circular knitting

You Will Also Need:

  • Stitch markers to mark beginning of round Tapestry needle

Suggested yarn:

400 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Happy Fuzzy Yarn Corrie Sock



About Designer

About Designer

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Author of "Grounded: The Seven", editrix of the WWMDfK series ("What Would Madame Defarge Knit? Creations Inspired by Classic Characters"), host of CraftLit: a podcast for crafters who love books, Heather Ordover lives, writes, and designs in Northern Virginia with her amused husband, her goofball sons, a sly cat, and far too many devoted mosquitoes.
Oh, and she knits.

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