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Needles & Crochet hook size
- Single Point: US 1 /2.25mm - US 2/2.75mm
- Circular: Circular needles for magic loop method or a set of 5 DPNs.
YARN - Appr. 224yds/50g of any sock yarn for the “body” of the socks - color A - Appr. 135yds/30g of any sock yarn for the cuff, heel, and toe - color B - You might need slightly more/less yarn, depending on the sock length - Sample socks were knitted with Drops Fabel; 1 skein of Long Print #623 and 0.6 skein of Unicolor #114 (1.75oz/50g, 224yds/205m, 75% superwash wool, 25% polyamide) NEEDLES - US 1 /2.25mm - US 2/2.75mm - choose the size needed to obtain gauge - Circular needles for magic loop method or a set of 5 DPNs. NOTIONS - Stitch markers - Stitch holder (optional) - Tapestry needle - Sock blockers GAUGE - 32 sts and 48 rows in 4”/10cm in Stockinette Stitch, blocked
S (M, L): sock width 7.5-8”/18.5-20cm (8-8.5”/20-21.5cm, 8.5-9”/21.5-23cm)
Komorebi is a beautiful Japanese word that means “the sunlight coming through the leaves of the trees”, and it describes the subtle texture of these socks wonderfully. The pattern is easy to memorize and at the same time entertaining to knit, and it makes a perfect match with striped, speckled or variegated yarn, as they can highlight each other without overspicing the overall look. Solids can create an interesting project as well, showing more details of the stitches’ dance. Socks are knitted from the top down with a heel flap. Both the toe and heel are reinforced with slipped stitches. There are directions for stitch distribution for both the magic loop and the DPNs. The pattern has both charts and written row-by-row instructions.
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