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Spiral Splash by Stephan West (Digital Pattern)

$8.00 USD

This pattern is a digital pattern that will be emailed to you from Ravelry. Please leave your Ravelry name in the “instructions to seller” portion of your shopping cart before proceeding to check out. 😊

these top-down socks showcase marled and self-striping yarns beautifully! Choose one main color plus one ball of self-striping yarn and enjoy the easy to knit slip stitches and stripes. There are five sizes to choose from with notes on how to customize the leg and foot to perfectly fit your feet. The pattern includes video links to help you with any special techniques from casting on to working the heel flap and knitting jogless stripes. The right and left sock spiral in different directions to form mirror images socks. They are wearable works of art for your feet!

Sizes
1 (2, 3, 4, 5)

Finished Measurements
5.5 (6.5, 8, 9, 10)″ / 14 (17, 20, 23, 25)cm leg and foot circumference. Measurements taken after blocking.

Socks are designed to fit an actual foot circumference of 6.5 (7.5, 9, 10, 11)″ / 17 (19, 23, 25, 28)cm. The socks are designed to fit with negative ease. Choose a size with a finished foot circumference measurement that is approximately 1″ / 2.5cm smaller than your actual foot circumference, so that the sock will fit nice and snug on your foot.

The lengths of the cuff, leg, and foot are easily customizable by knitting more pattern repeats for a longer leg or foot or fewer pattern repeats for a shorter leg or foot.

Yarn
Fingering weight

Yardage
MC - 200 (330, 380, 400, 440)yds / 183 (302, 347, 366, 402)m
CC’s - 150 (170, 190, 210, 230)yds / 137 (155, 174, 192, 210)m

Yardage amounts may vary depending on the length of your leg and foot. I overestimated the yardage amounts to assist with your having enough yarn if you have a longer foot or if you knit the leg a bit longer.

Needles
US 1 / 2.25mm circular in 40′′ / 100cm length or size needed to obtain gauge

Magic loop method is used for knitting in the rnd. You can use DPNs if you prefer.