This pattern takes its inspiration from the popular Soliloquy Lace Panel Gloves. The leg section is knitted in a 2/2 rib pattern with twisted knit stitches, which makes for the nice crisp lines.
A lace panel with small cables runs along the front of the leg and then migrates across the top of the foot to the outer edge. The rest of the foot is knitted in comfortable stocking stitch.
The ribbed knit of the leg section allows for a wide variety of sizes and the length of the foot section can be knit to size, making this pattern suitable for sock sizes of 4 - 12.
Difficulty: Experienced knitters
Measurements: Adult size 4 - 11
Materials: 60 - 70 gr of Soliloquy sock yarn
Metreage: From approx. 350 m for a size 4 to 420 m for a size 12
Tension: 40 sts and 56 rows = 10 x 10 cm. in st.st
Notions: one set of five 2.0 mm dpn’s (if necessary use bigger or smaller to achieve the right gauge), 2 stitch holders or some waste yarn
Optional: 1 stitch marker to mark the start of round, 2 stitch markers to mark the beginning and end of the lace panel
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