Twining Leaves Lace Socks #J702
Beneath a narrow border of eyelet seeds, graceful leaves twine along the length of these socks. Purl stitches alternate with the lace to create a ribbed sock with a great fit for a variety of legs.
Inspired by a skein of Sundara yarn, the graceful patterning repeats regularly and shows off the beauty of both semi-solid and solid colored fingering weight yarns.
Pattern includes written instructions and charts.
Skill Requirements: Knitting in the round and grafting stitches
Size: Legs 6.5 to 10" (16.5 to 25.5cm) around
Yarn: Fingering weight sock yarn (1617 wpi)
6" leg100g (350 yds/315m)
7" leg100g (410 yds/375m)
Sample Socks: 100g (350 yds/315m) Sundara Sock Yarn (16wpi), Green over Apricot, superwash merino wool
Supplies: US size 1 (2.5mm) circular or double-pointed needles, or size to obtain gauge; and tapestry needle to graft stitches
Gauge: 34 stitches = 4" (10cm) in stockinette stitch
PDF pattern can be read with Acrobat Reader and printed on letter-size paper.
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