by: Tall Yarns
A basic cuff-down sock pattern with a feel-flap and gusset. Knit in the round using 5 needles.
NOTE: if you are looking for a plain sock pattern for Soliloquy Sock Lace, please see HERE.
Difficulty: If you’ve knitted socks before: easy. If these are your first socks: intermediate
Measurements: The number of stitches used is suitable to knit socks of sizes 3-4 and up.
Materials: 100 gr. of sock yarn
Metreage: Approx. 400m.
Tension: 32 sts and 50 rows measure 10 x 10 cm. in Stocking stitch
Notions: One set of 2.5 mm needles (if necessary use bigger or smaller to achieve the right gauge)
Optional: 1 stitch holder and 2 stitch markers
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