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Pattern Details

A pattern of ridges and holes runs down the leg and over the foot of this top-down sock in three sizes S(M, L) like lapping waves. The gently curving motif is very easy to work and shows off a soft, self-striping yarn beautifully. Can be reversed for toe-up constuction. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size. Finished Size: 6.5(8, 9.5) inches in circumference to fit feet measuring up to 8(9.5, 11) inches around Gauge: 30 sts and 44 rows = 4 inches in stockinette (knit flat)

Recommended with this pattern

  • Suggested Yarns: New Hue Handspuns Bunny Hop, Socks that Rock® medium weight, Zen Yarn Garden Serenity or Sturdy, Posh Yarn Emily, Dicentra Designs Wool Alpaca Sport, Briar Rose Grandma’s Blessing, Fearles Fibers Classic Merino Sport, Crown Mountain Farms Sock Hop, or any sport weight sock yarn.
  • Yarn Requirements: 300(350, 400) yards
  • Needles: DPNs size 1US (2.25 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge

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