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Snowcone Mittens (Ravelry)

Snowcone Mittens
Color your dull gray winter with these fun clamshell stranded mittens. The mittens have a gusset thumb and are identical, so they can be worn on either hand. The clamshells take a small amount of yarn so this is an ideal project for using up leftovers. Only 2 colors are worked at a time in a simple repetitive pattern, making this an easy knit. The pattern comes in 2 adult sizes and is charted only. Blocking the mittens will even out any imperfections and is necessary to bring out the true beauty of the colorwork. This pattern was tech edited by Joeli Caparco.
Snowcone Mittens

Gauge After Blocking
26 stitches and 34 rows = 4 inches in stranded colorwork on #3 (3.25mm) needles

Sizing (shown in Size S)
Adult S(L)
Upper Hand Circumference: 7(8.5) in / 17.8(21.6) cm
Mitten is 8.5(10.5) in / 21.6(26.7) cm tall (Adjustable)
Note: If you are in-between sizes I would recommend knitting the larger size at a tighter gauge to achieve a medium

Materials
#3 (3.25mm) set of DPNs or long circular needle for magic loop
4 stitch markers
tapestry needle
stitch holder or waste yarn

MC: sport weight yarn (~80(105)yds / 73(96)m)
Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8401, Silver Grey, 1 skein

CC1: sport weight yarn (~20(25)yds / 18(23)m)
Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8891, Cyan Blue, 1 skein

CC2: sport weight yarn (~20(25)yds / 18(23)m)
Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8895, Christmas Red, 1 skein

CC3: sport weight yarn (~25(30)yds / 23(27)m)
Cascade 220 Sport, col. 9478, Cotton Candy, 1 skein

CC4: sport weight yarn (~45(70)yds / 41(64)m)
Cascade 220 Sport, col. 8505, White, 1 skein
Snowcone Mittens

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Tindrer (Ravelry)

Tindrer
Celebrate winter with this modern take on the traditional 2-color Norwegian star pattern. The main body of the hat is worked in an easy lice pattern that functions as a breather between the stars and the crown decreases. The hat shaping creates flower shape at the crown. This pattern comes in 3 adult sizes. This pattern was tech edited by Joeli Caparco.
Tindrer

Gauge After Blocking
26 stitches / 37 rows = 4in / 10cm in stranded colorwork on #3 (3.25mm) needles

Sizing
Adult S(M,L) Brim Circumference: 17.25(19.75,22) in / 43.8(50,56.3) cm Height: 9 in /23 cm tall To fit head circumference: 21(22,23) in / 53.3(55.9,58.4) cm
Hat is shown in Size S.

Materials
#2 (2.75mm) 16" circular needle #3 (3.25mm) 16" circular needle #3 (3.25mm) set of DPNs or long circular needle for magic loop stitch marker tapestry needle scissors pompom maker or cardboard MC: sport weight yarn (approximately 155(180,200) yds / 142(165,183)m) I used Cascade 220 Sport (164yds / 150m) per 50g, col. 8010, Natural, 1(2,2) skeins CC: sport weight yarn (approximately 60(70,80)yds / 55(64,73)m) I used Cascade 220 Sport (164yds / 150m) per 50g, col. 7818, Blue Velvet, 1 skein all sizes
Tindrer

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Confection Hat (Ravelry)

Confection Hat
This sweet treat is knit in a tiered tuck and lace pattern. It has ties that cinch to create gathers that can be worn to the side or to the back. The hat is meant to fit loosely and is worked in a luxurious blend of merino/ alpaca/silk that will keep you warm all winter long. The pattern comes in a full size range from Baby to Adult Large. The hat can be finished in no time and makes a gorgeous accessory to give away or keep for yourself. This pattern was originally published in Knitcircus Magazine #15, Winter 2011.
Confection Hat

Gauge After Blocking
18 sts and 34 rows = 4” (10 cm) in St st on #6 (4.0 mm) needles

Sizing
Baby [Child, Adult S, M, L] to fit head circumference: 17.25 [19, 21, 22.5, 24.5]” (44 [48.5, 53.5, 57, 62] cm)
Hat is shown in Size S.

Materials
US 6 (4.0 mm) circular needles, 16”, or size required to obtain gauge
US 6 (4.0 mm) DPNs, or size required to obtain gauge
US H (5.0 mm) crochet hook
1 stitch marker, yarn needle, scissors, 2.5” pompom maker or cardboard
worsted weight yarn: I used Valley Yarns Northfield, 70% Merino/20% Baby Alpaca/10% Silk [124 yds/ 113 m, 1.8 oz/50 g ball], color Summer Plum, 2(2,2,3,3) balls
Confection Hat

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Furlough Socks (Ravelry)

Furlough is a cuff-down sock in 2 sizes with patterned heel-flap and French toe that does not require grafting. The two socks are asymmetrical, featuring a staghorn cable and rib pattern on the first sock and a reverse staghorn cable and rib on the second. These socks will benefit from blocking as the pattern draws in significantly. The design is equally suitable for a man or a woman. This pattern was originally published in Knitcircus Magazine #15, Fall 2011.

Gauge After Blocking
34 stitches / 52 rows = 4in / 10cm in stockinette on #1 (1.25mm) needles
Sizing
Adult M[L]. Socks shown fit a Woman's size 6 foot.
Foot Circumference (unstretched): 7.5in / 19cm[8in / 20.5cm]. Cuff length as shown: 8in / 20.3cm

Materials
#1 (1.25mm) set of dpns or long circular needle for magic loop
3 stitch markers
tapestry needle
cable needle (optional)
fingering weight yarn (approximately 310yds /283m - 400yds/366m): I used Springtree Road Julep Sock (434yds / 397m) per 100g, Cafe au Lait, 1 skein

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Adele (Ravelry)

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Adele is a triangular lace shawl worked from the neck down in 3 sizes, from a small sock yarn shawlette to a stunning full-sized shawl. The pattern is written for both lace weight and sock yarn and includes both written and charted instructions. The lace is worked on the right side only with purled “rest” rows. The little arrowhead lace border grows from the completion of the leaves and makes a pretty pointed edging. Pattern was tech edited by Joeli Caparco.
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Gauge After Blocking
Version 1: 25 stitches / 37 Rows = 4in/10cm in fern lace pattern on #4 needles Version 2: 18 stitches / 31 Rows = 4in/10cm in fern lace pattern on #5 needles

Sizing
Version 1: 48[60,71]in wide x 21[26,31]in tall at center (122[152,180]cm 53[66,79]cm)
Version 2: 59[68,81]in wide x 24[28,33]in tall at center (150[173,206]cm x 61[71,84]cm)
Version 1 is shown in size L, Version 2 is shown in size S
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Materials
Version I: 435(675,950)yds / 398(617,869)m lace weight yarn
I used madelinetosh prairie, col. Lapis (840yds/768m per 114g), 1(1,2) skeins
#4 (3.5mm) 40" circular needles

Version II: 560(750,1055)yds / 512(686,965)m sock weight yarn
I used JulieSpins MCN 560, col. Red Currant (560yds/512m per 116g), 1(2,2) skeins
#5 (3.75mm) 40" circular needles

tapestry needle
4 stitch markers
Adele II
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Jane (Ravelry)

Jane
Jane is a top-down pullover in six sizes knit seamlessly in the round with hybrid yoke/raglan construction. It features a stranded colorwork yoke and garter stitch columns on the sides. Shaping is achieved with darts in the back of the sweater. Use your favorite color for the contrast edging at the neck and 3⁄4 sleeves. The sweater is worn with minimal positive ease. The pullover shown uses 8 colors with only 2 colors worked at a time. A simplified 2-color chart is also provided. Pattern was tech edited by Joeli Caparco.
Jane
Gauge After Blocking
28 sts / 43 rnds = 4”/ 10cm in St st on #3 (3.25mm) needles
Jane
Sizing
To fit: 32(36,40,44,48,52)” / 81(91,102,112,122,132)cm
Actual bust measurement: 33(37,41,45,49,53)” / 84(94,104,114,124,135)cm
Sweater shown in 32” size. Worn with 1” / 2.5cm positive ease
Jane
Materials
#2 (3.0mm) 24” circular needle
#3 (3.25mm) 24” circular needle
#2 (3.0mm) dpns or long circular for sleeves (optional)
#3 (3.25mm) dpns or long circular for sleeves (optional)
2 sets of stitch markers, 4 for the end of round/raglan shaping and 2 for the back dart shaping
tapestry needle
waste yarn or stitch holders for sleeve stitches

Yarn Requirements
MC (White): fingering weight yarn, approx 1200(1300,1550,1800,2100,2400)yds / 1097(1189,1417,1646,1920, 2195)m
I used Knit Picks Bare Superwash Wool, Nylon Fingering Weight (462yds / 422m) per 100g, 3(3,4,4,5,6)
skeins

For contrasting colors, I used Knit Picks Stroll Tonal (462yds / 422m) per 100g, 1 skein each color for all sizes
CC1 (Pink): fingering weight yarn, approx 40(50,55,60,65,70)yds / 37(46,50,50,55,59,64)m, col. Summer Blooms
CC2 (Dark Purple): fingering weight yarn, approx 25(30,35,40,40,45)yds / 23(27,32,37,37,41)m, col. Royalty
CC3 (Light Purple): fingering weight yarn, approx 20(25,30,30,35,35)yds / 18(23,27,27,32,32)m, col. Blue Violet
CC4 (Yellow): fingering weight yarn, approx 20(25,30,30,35,35)yds / 18(23,27,27,32,32)m, col. Golden Glow
CC5 (Green): fingering weight yarn, approx 15(20,20,25,25,30)yds / 14(18,18,23,23,27)m, col. Canopy
CC6 (Blue): fingering weight yarn, approx 20(25,30,30,35,35)yds / 18(23,27,27,32,32)m, col. Blue Yonder
CC7 (Orange): fingering weight yarn, approx 10(15,15,15,20,20)yds / 9(14,14,14,18,18)m, col. Foliage

If using one CC: fingering weight yarn, approx 150(165,215,230,255,270)yds / 137(151,197,210,233,247)m
Jane schematic
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Marianne (Ravelry)

Marianne
Bring out your inner Marianne Dashwood in this casual tank with an elegant feel. It’s worked from the bottom up in the round with seed stitch hem and straps and an allover leaf lace motif on the bodice. The worsted weight cotton/acrylic blend works up quickly with plenty of drape. The bodice is lined with a contrasting sport weight yarn in linen, adding a splash of color. The straps are lined with ribbon to prevent stretching and attached to the tank with four buttons. Pattern includes chart and written instructions for lace and a schematic. Pattern was tech edited by Joeli Caparco.
Marianne
Gauge After Blocking
16 stitches / 24 Rows = 4in/10cm in st st on #9 needles (MC)
16 stitches / 24 Rows = 4in/10cm in lace pattern on #8 needles (MC)
16 stitches / 30 Rows = 4in/10cm in st st on #6 needles (CC)

Sizing
Garment Bust Circumference: 30(33,36,39,42,45,48,51)in / 76.2(83.8,91.4,99.1,106.7,114.3,121.9,129.5)cm
Garment Hip Circumference: 36(38.5,42,45.5,47.25,50,54,55.25)in / 91.4(97.8,106.7,115.6,120,127,137.2,140.3)cm
Garment Length: 15(15.5,15.75,15.75,16.5,16.75,17,17)in / 38.1(39.4,40,40,41.9,42.5,43.2,43.2)cm
Tank is shown with 0in/cm ease in the bust, 33in size
Marianne
Yarn Requirements
MC: 410(450,500,550,600,660,700,730)yds /
375(411,457,503,548,604,640,668)m worsted weight yarn
I used Knit Picks Comfy Worsted, col. Planetarium (109yds/100m
per 50g), 4(5,5,6,6,7,7,7) skeins

CC: 100(120,130,150,160,180,200,210) yds /
91(110,119,137,146,165,183,192) m of sport weight yarn
I used Euroflax Sport, col. 51 Pink Panther (270yds per 100g), 1
skein all sizes

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Matchstick Socks (Ravelry)

Matchstick Socks
Now with 2 additional sizes

Matchstick socks are worked toe-up with a round toe and a short-row heel. They feature a stretchy slip-stitch and rib pattern that has an easy rhythm and works well with handpainted or semi-solid yarns. Elegant and simple to work, they’re perfect for a man or a woman. The pattern comes in three sizes and should fit older children to adults.
Matchstick Socks
Gauge After Blocking
32 sts / 48 rows = 4" / 10cm in stockinette on #1.5 (2.5mm) needles

Sizing
S(M,L)
Green Socks shown in Size M are modeled on a Women’s size 6 foot.
Blue Socks shown in Size M are modeled on a Men’s size 8 foot.
Foot Circumference (unstretched): 6(7,8)in / 15(18,20)cm
Cuff length as shown: 8in / 20.3cm
Matchstick Socks
Yarn Requirements
fingering weight yarn (approximately 310yds /283m - 450yds/411m)
Green Socks: I used Knit Picks Stroll Tonal (462yds / 422m) per 100g, col. Canopy, 1 skein
Blue Socks: I used Cascade Heritage Paints (437yds / 400m) per 100g, 1 skein
Matchstick Socks
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Escalator Socks (Ravelry)

Escalator Socks
Stave off second sock syndrome with the Escalator Socks. The first sock is worked cuff-down in an easy knit and purl stitch
pattern with a garter ridge eye-of-partridge heel flap and pointed toe that requires no grafting. The second sock has the same features but is worked toe-up instead. The pattern comes in 3 adult sizes and instructions are provided for the stockinette anklet variation. Escalator is an easy pattern to knit but has enough novelty to keep your attention through both socks.
Escalator Socks
Gauge After Blocking
32 stitches / 48 rows = 4" / 10cm in stockinette on #1.5 (2.5mm) needles

Sizing
Small, Medium, Large
Medium Crew socks shown on a Men’s size 8 foot. Small Anklet socks shown on a Women’s size 6 foot.

Foot Circumference (unstretched): 7(7.5,8)in / 17.8(19,20.3)cm
Cuff length as shown: Crew: 8in / 20.3cm, Anklet: 2.5in / 6.4cm

Yarn Requirements
Crew: fingering weight yarn, approximately 350(380,410)yds / 320(329,375)m
I used Crown Mountain Farms 3ply handspun finn (389yds / 356m) per 107g, col. Eire, 1 skein
Anklets: fingering weight yarn, approximately 150(170,190)yds / 137(155,174)m
I used Crown Mountain Farms 2ply handspun falkland (354yds / 324m) per 100g, col. Awakenings, 1 skein
Escalator Socks
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Pangloss Hat (Ravelry)

Pangloss Hat
The Pangloss hat offers the “best of all possible worlds” with both simple stranded colorwork and cables. The hat is worked from the bottom up beginning with an easy 2-color target design flanked by garter stitch. The cable and rib pattern is worked with larger needles for a slouchy fit. The hat is finished with a pompom for a touch of whimsy. This pattern coordinates with the Pangloss Mitts and if worked together, only 3 skeins of the main color and 1 skein of the contrasting color are required. The colorwork portion is charted and both charts and written instructions are provided for the cable and rib pattern.
Pangloss Hat
Gauge After Blocking
28 sts / 36 rows = 4" / 10cm in colorwork pat on #2 (2.75mm) needles
29 sts / 31 rows = 4" / 10cm in cable and rib pat on #3 (3.25mm) needles

Sizing
Adult M (Pattern is stretchy and should fit most adults)
Hat circumference at brim (unstretched): 20.5" / 52cm
Hat length: 9.75" / 25cm

Yarn Requirements
Main Color (MC) sport weight yarn (approx. 240yds / 219m)
I used Knit Picks Stroll Sport (137yds / 125m) per 50g, col. Mink Heather, 2 skeins
Contrast Color (CC) sport weight yarn (approx. 20yds / 18m)
I used Knit Picks Stroll Sport (137yds / 125m) per 50g, col. Eggplant, 1 skein
Pangloss Hat
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Pangloss Mitts (Ravelry)

Pangloss Mitts
The Pangloss fingerless mitts offer the “best of all possible worlds” with both simple stranded colorwork and cables. The mitts are worked from the bottom up beginning with an easy 2-color target design flanked by garter stitch. The cable and rib pattern for the main portion of the mitt is very stretchy, and the stockinette thumb gusset enables you to wear each mitt on either hand. The cables are reversed for the second mitt for a touch of symmetry. A sport-weight yarn worked at a tight gauge makes for a snug and warm pair of mitts. This pattern coordinates with the Pangloss Hat and if worked together, only 3 skeins of the main color and 1 skein of the contrasting color are required. The colorwork portion is charted and both charts and written instructions are provided for the cable and rib pattern.
Pangloss Mitts
Gauge After Blocking
26 stitches / 36 rows = 4" / 10cm in colorwork pat on #2 (2.75mm) needles
36 stitches / 39 rows = 4" / 10cm in cable and rib pat on #2 (2.75mm) needles

Sizing
Adult M
Pattern is stretchy and should fit most adults
Mitt circumference at cuff (unstretched): 7.5" / 19cm
Mitt length: 8.75" / 22cm

Yarn Requirements
Main Color (MC) sport weight yarn (approx. 160yds / 146m)
I used Knit Picks Stroll Sport (137yds / 125m) per 50g, col. Mink Heather, 2 skeins
Contrast Color (CC) sport weight yarn (approx. 15yds / 14m)
I used Knit Picks Stroll Sport (137yds / 125m) per 50g, col. Eggplant, 1 skein
Pangloss Mitts
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Limerick (Ravelry)

Limerick
Limerick is a lace shawl in two sizes worked top-down beginning at the center back and gradually increases at four points, forming the triangular shape. This short and sweet shawl looks great in both handpainted and self-striping yarns. The smaller size can be made with just one skein of sock yarn.

The pattern is charted only, but the lace patterns are quite simple and easy to memorize. There are guidelines on adjusting the sizing. The main lace pattern flows into the edging pattern, forming gently pointed edges.
Limerick
Gauge After Blocking
Small Shawl: 19 stitches / 32 rows = 4 inches in Main Lace on US 6 / 4.0 mm
Large Shawl: 23 stitches / 43 rows = 4 inches in Main Lace on US 3 / 3.25 mm

Finished Measurements
Small Shawl: 46in wide x 19.5in tall at center (117cm x 50cm)
Large Shawl: 58.5in wide x 23in tall at center (149cm x 58cm)

Yarn Requirements
Small Shawl: App. 327 yards/299 meters sport weight yarn
I used 1 skein of Noro Silk Garden Sock, color S258 (328yds/300m per 100g skein)

Large Shawl: App. 563 yards/514 meters lace weight yarn
I used 2 skeins of Malabrigo Lace, color Oceanos (470yds/430m per 50g skein)
Limerick
A tutorial for getting started on Limerick can be found here

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Bubbles (Ravelry)

Bubbles, 2 pairs
Add a bit of whimsy to your winter with these playful mittens. Knit in a modified Norwegian style with afterthought thumbs, these stranded mittens feature 2-color single ribbing on the cuffs and a rising bubble design that is mirrored on the left and right hands. The pattern comes in two sizes, dk and worsted, and should fit most adult women. Use two high contrasting colors to make the design pop.
Bubbles
Worsted Gauge is 26st/24rows = 4 inches on #5 needles
Yarn Requirements: 2 colors of Cascade 220, 90yds each
Size: Women's M
Bubbles
DK Gauge is 28st/28rows = 4 inches on #4 needles
Yarn Requirements: Noro Silk Garden Lite, Briggs & Little Durasport, 90yds each
Size: Women's S

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Homestead Cables (Ravelry)

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Homestead Cables is a collection of 6 cabled accessory patterns. All patterns include both charts and written instructions.

Patterns included:
Braeden
Brennan (free)
Brynn
Betty
Beatrice
Balin

Price is $15.00 for the collection and $5.00 for individual patterns


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Coin Toss (Ravelry)

Coin Toss
Coin Toss is a cuff-down sock knit in fingering weight yarn, available in 4 adult sizes. The cable pattern features central alternating knit and purled “coins” that are continued down the heel flap. These socks have a traditional flap and gusset construction and end with a French toe. The pattern will be shown to best advantage with solid or semi-solid yarn.
Coin Toss
Gauge is 32 stitches / 44 rows in 4in/10cm in stockinette stitch on #2 (3.0mm) needles
Coin Toss
Yarn Requirements: Fingering weight wool [approximately 300 (350,400,450)yds / 274 (320,366,411)m]
I used Shepherd Baby Wool 4ply (186yds / 170m) per 50g, col. 0097, 2 skeins for S

Sizing: Adult S (M,L,XL)
Note: The small fits a women’s shoe size 5-6, M will fit women’s 7-8, L fits women’s 9-10 or men’s 7-8, and the XL fits women’s 11-12 or men’s 9-10.
Coin Toss
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Ceres (Ravelry)

Ceres
Ceres is a delicate lace scarf or stole that uses the palm leaf chevron from A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara Walker. Both written and charted instructions are included for each version. The piece is worked in two halves and grafted at the center to preserve symmetry.

The pattern would look attractive in a variety of yarn weights and textures. The scarf version is knit in a 2ply fingering weight BFL handspun yarn on #8 needles. A list of commercial yarn substitutions is provided. The stole is knit in Madil Kid Seta.

Ceres is lightweight but warm, making it the perfect choice for spring and fall.

Ceres
Gauge in lace pattern is 12 stitch /14 row repeat = 3.3 inches x 2.5 inches on #8 needles. Gauge is not critical for this project

Yarn Requirements:
Scarf: 376 yds fingering weight yarn
Stole: 525 yds laceweight yarn

Finished Measurements:
Scarf: 10in / 25cm wide x 70in / 178cm long
Stole: 17in / 43cm wide x 85in / 216cm long
Ceres

Price is $6.00

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May-December Romance (Ravelry)

May-December Romance
These moderately slouchy berets feature a delicate leaf motif above the brim. May is knit in a fingering weight washable wool yarn and features eyelet lace that continues into the crown decreases. December is knit in a dk weight merino in reverse stockinette with a prominent wheel shaped crown. Charts and written instructions are included for the leaf motifs. The hats are worked in a bouncy wool with great stitch definition. The patterns are appropriate for the advanced beginner. Make them both and you’ll be ready for all seasons.

May Beret
May Gauge is 28st/40rows = 4 inches in stockinette on #3 needles
Yarn Requirements: Shepherd's Baby Wool 4ply, 200yds
Size: Adult M
December Beret
December Gauge is 24st/30rows = 4 inches in reverse stockinette on #6 needles
Yarn Requirements: Classic Elite Classic One Fifty, 180yds
Size: Adult M

Price is $7.00 for the set

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Snake in the Grass (Ravelry)

Snake in the Grass
These handspun socks are knit cuff-down with calf shaping and a garter ridge heel flap. All shaping occurs along a purl column that begins at the back of the leg and extends through the heel flap onto the sole. The purl column shapes its way around the foot and into the spiral toe decreases. The “snakes” on each sock wind in opposite directions to make a pair as unique as your handspun. Commercial yarn suggestions are provided. This pattern comes in 4 sizes, from Child to Adult Large. Simple and quick to knit, they make perfect gifts for yourself or for the whole family.
Snake in the Grass
Yarn Requirements
heavy fingering weight yarn, 16 wpi (approximately 200[270, 350, 440] yds / 183[247, 320, 402] m)
I used JulieSpins 100% Superwash Merino Wool Top, 5oz / 142g, col. Jungle, spun woolen as a 3ply yarn

Commercial Substitutes:
Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock Lightweight, 360yd / 329m per 128g skein; 1[1, 1, 2] skein(s)
Colinette Jitterbug, 320yds / 293m per 110g skein; 1[1, 2, 2] skein(s)
Snake in the Grass
Gauge After Blocking
28 stitches / 42 rows = 4in / 10cm in stockinette on #2.5 (3.0mm) needles

Sizing
Child [Adult S,M,L] Socks shown are size S and are modeled on a Women's Size 6 foot.
Foot Circumference (unstretched): 6.3[7.4, 8.6, 9.7]in / 16[18.8, 21.8, 24.6]cm

Snake in the Grass
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