Statement Cabled Socks Digital Knitting Pattern
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The Statement Socks are specifically designed to be beautiful heavy socks, perfect for cold winter weather or for participating in winter sports!
The socks are knit cuff down with a slipped-stitch heel flap and grafted toe. The cable instructions are both charted and written. The pattern comes in multiple adult sizes; and is further adjustable to your own foot for a proper fit!
The sample was knit with two skeins of a Worsted-Weight Finn/Gotland/BFL blend from All Sorts Acre Farms. As this yarn is not readily commercially available, I'd suggest Briggs & Little Tuffy for a commercially available substitute that may be available online or in your local yarn shop. For other substitutions, I'd suggest a Worsted or Aran weight multi-ply wool, or a wool/nylon blend
designed for heavy socks (sometimes labeled 'boot socks').
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These socks are knit cuff down, and can be done using most circular knitting methods (double-pointed needles, magic loop, two circular needles, etc). So long as you can knit on a small circumference, you can use any technique suitable to knit these socks.
The heel is a slipped stitch heel flap, worked flat, and the heel is turned with short rows. Gusset stitches are picked back up from the edge of the heel flap then decreased until the appropriate foot circumference is reached. The toe is finished with a stocking stitch graft (also known as Kitchener stitch).
The Cable Pattern is both charted and written.
This knitting pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software, which includes the written instruction.
Pattern has been tech-edited.
Sizes Available: Four Sizes:
Leg/Foot Circumference: 7 (8, 9, 10) inches (18, 20.5, 23 25.5 cm)
160 (178, 214, 232) yards / 146 (163, 196, 212), 2 skeins of All Sorts Acres Farms Happy Sheep. (100% Wool)
3.25 mm (US 3) double-pointed or circular needles for working small circumferences in the round
- tapestry needle
- cable needle
- optional stitch marker
16 sts and 30 rounds = 4 inches (10 cm) square in stocking stitch
20 sts and 26 rounds = 4 inches (10 cm) square in cable pattern
- long-tail cast on
- decreases: k2tog, p2tog, ssk
- working cables with a cable needle
- working in the round with a small circumference
- picking up and knitting stitches from a slipped-stitch edge
- grafting stocking stitch
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Photography: Stephanie Wallace
1) Someone wearing a heavy aran-weight knit sock with cables.
2) Someone wearing a heavy aran-weight knit sock with cables, with one foot in an ice skate.