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Rebecca Socks


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  • Lace
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

A classic toe-up sock with a novel how-did-you-do-that textured stitch. The Tiny Eyelet Ridge pattern stitch is quick to memorize and once learned, you can use it on any of your favorite socks, either toe-up or cuff-down. Toe-up socks mean that you can work to exactly the length you need, and there are no worries about running out of yarn. Just divide your yarn in half before you start, and knit the first sock until you run out of the first ball! Or, instead of using a single color, use two colors to make stripes. The pattern is easily adaptable. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting stitches, working in the round on double-pointed needles, various increases and basic decreases, following a stitch pattern GAUGE 32 sts and 46 rnds = 4" [10 cm] in St st; 32 sts and 52 rnds = 4" [10 cm] in Tiny Eyelet Ridge pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS To fit adult woman; 712-812" [19-21.5 cm] foot circumference SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Fiesta Yarns Baby Boom COLORWAY #8 Butterfly Queen

Recommended with this pattern

  • Fingering-weight yarn (CYCA #1): 361 yds [329 m]
  • US Size 2 [2.75 mm] double-pointed needles (set of 5)
  • Stitch marker

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Edie Eckman is a teacher, designer and author of bestselling crochet books, including <i>Around the Corner Crochet Borders</i>, <i>The Crochet Answer Book</i> and <i>Beyond the Square Crochet Motifs</i>. Edie’s classes are infused with her desire for pattern instructions to be understandable and accessible for all crocheters. Her articles and designs have appeared in a variety of publications, including Interweave Crochet, Knitters and Knit 'n Style.