Pearly Dot Socks PDF Knitting Pattern
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A beautiful and simple eyelet design gives a pretty touch to these socks with a delicate picot cuff. Worked from the cuff down using a square heel.
Skill Level - Easy/Intermediate
Basic stitches used throughout, contains a folded cuff, but a photo tutorial is given. Previous experience making socks may be useful.
Crafternoon Treats South Atlantic Silky in South Sea Pearls
1 x 100g, 400m (437 yards) 75% Merino/25% Mulberry silk
100g of 4ply/fingering/sock weight yarn of your choice
I recommend a blend with at least 20% nylon or silk.
2.5mm circular needle (at least 80cm recommended for magic loop)
Stitch Marker - optional
8 stitches by 12 rows over 10cm (4”) in stocking (stockinette) stitch
Small: 17.5 cm (7”)
Medium: 20 cm (8”)
Large: 22.5 cm (9”)
- Full and clearly written instructions
- Stitch abbreviations
- Tutorial links
- Photo tutorials for cuff
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191 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
This pattern is very well written with detailed instructions that are a dream to follow. The socks are beautiful too!
Lovely pattern, can’t wait to get started on them.
Can't wait to knit these socks...looks like an easy to read pattern
This is such a fun pattern! I have adapted stitches to make a baby blanket. The pattern is well written and keeps me interested with changing colors and stitches every few rows.
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