Sulpice Socks

from Designs by The Sexy Knitter

Sulpice Socks Pattern

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Knitting: Sulpice Socks
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Women, Men, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Work in the round
  • Knit
  • Purl
  • Knit through the back loop
  • Basic cables (explained in pattern)
  • Ability to follow a written pattern or chart
  • Use stitch markers
  • Basic increasing
  • Basic decreasing
  • Picking up stitches along an edge

Pattern Description:

Inspired by one of Paris' most stunning churches, this pair of socks premiers an entirely original cable design from the mind of Sarah Wilson, comprised of simple 1x1 cables and twisted ribbing for a stunning motif that is elegant for both men and women.

4-page, full color PDF includes both round-by-round written instructions and chart for the cable motif.

Gauge:

30 sts/42 rows = 10 cm/4 inches in blocked stockinette

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Women's Small (8 inch ankle)
  • Women's Medium/Men's Small (10 inch ankle)
  • Women's Large/Men's Medium (12 inch ankle).

Materials:

  • Approximately 450 yards fingering weight yarn
  • US 1/2.25 mm 32-inch circular needle OR set of 5 double pointed needles
  • 3 stitch markers
  • Cable Needle
  • Blunt Needle (for weaving in ends)
  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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Hi! I'm Sarah Wilson, also known as the Sexy Knitter. I started crafting at a very young age and have tried a little bit of almost everything - sewing, quilting, cross-stitch, needlepoint, embroidery, crewel, plastic canvas, weaving, knitting, crochet, beading, jewelry making...the list goes on. These days, I am a full-time knitwear designer whose work has been seen in publications like ...

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