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All About That Curve Ankle Socks

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Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Short Rows

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PATTERN DETAILS

Not everyone lives in the tropics, so even during the summer months, those of us in more temperate climates like a light-weight sock every now and again. Because there are so few patterns out there for two-at-a-time sock knitting, and certainly not an ankle sock that incorporates a perfectly-fitting heel without having to work gussets, I designed this pattern. Although it is written for two-at-a-time knitting, it can be worked for singly by working just the instructions for Sock A and then repeating them for a second sock. The pattern also features a customized round toe that will fit any foot shape comfortably without the threat of a hole developing because of a gathered bind-off. The best thing about this pattern is that it is completely UNISEX. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knitting in-the-round, decreasing, short rows GAUGE 9 sts x 12 rows = 1" (stocking stitch) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS small (8" foot circumference); medium (9" foot circumference); large (10" foot circumference) SUGGESTED YARN 231 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cedar Hill Farm Company Gypsy

Recommended with this pattern

  • fingering weight yarn; one or two 42"-47" circular needles
  • locking and sliding stitch markers, waste yarn, yarn needle

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Zibeline Knits
Zibeline Knits
As a knitter with 3 decades of knitting passion, I am awed and inspired by the creative processes of knitting, spinning, designing, and dying! My patterns have been published across the best of the internet craft sites and in print, particularly in collaboration with KnitPicks.com and are also available from my artisan yarn company, Cedar Hill Farm Company at www.cedarhillyarns.com, and Ravelry. Visit my website: http://www.cedarhillfarmcompany.com. My designs are the product of knitting to meet the needs of friends and family and, of course, others like myself who know and love the value of hand knits. I know you will love my patterns as much as I do!