Brickworks Socks Digital Knitting Pattern
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These socks started after getting the idea to model a stitch pattern after some old brickwork on a converted factory building! After playing about, I got a simple knit and purl pattern that really resembled bricks!
With a simple stitch pattern that only uses knits and purls, this is a perfect sock for a beginner knitter who's just getting into the wonderful world of hand-knit socks.
They're knit from the cuff down; using a heel-flap and gusset, so you do have to pick up and knit, but there are tutorial links right in the pattern to help you through it! The toe is sewn up with grafting (also known as Kitchener stitch), and again, if you're not sure, don't worry, there are tutorial links right in the pattern, as well!)
The Red sample was knit in *Knit Picks Stroll Tweed in "Firecracker Heather" (65% Superwash Merino, 25% Nylon, 10% Donegal Tweed), and shown in size S. The Grey sample was knit in *West Yorkshire Spinners 4-Ply in "Dusty Miller" (75% Wool, 25% Nylon), and is also shown in size S.
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These socks are knit from the cuff down, with a heel-flap and gusset style heel. The stitch pattern is continued on the instep, and the toe is decreased and then seamed with grafting (Kitchener Stitch).
This pattern has written instructions only. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software.
Sizes Available: S, (L)
Leg Circumference: 7 (8.5) inches, (18, 21.5 cm)
Foot Length: Adjustable.
308 (370) yards / 281 (338) meters of fingering weight sock yarn.
- 2.5 mm (US 1.5) *Circular or Double-Pointed Needles
Gauge for Pattern:
- 28 sts and 44 rounds = 4 inches (10 cm square) in pattern stitch.
- 34 sts and 48 rounds = 4 inches (10 cm square) in stocking stitch
- long-tail cast on
- decreases: k2tog, ssk, p2tog
- picking up stitches from a slipped stitch edging
- stocking stitch grafting (Kitchener stitch)
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- someone wearing a pair of red socks knit in fingering-weight yarn. The socks are knit in a knit and purl checkerboard pattern
- someone wearing a pair of red socks knit in fingering-weight yarn. The socks are knit in a knit and purl checkerboard pattern.
- a red sock knit in fingering-weight yarn. The sock is worked in a knit and purl checkerboard pattern.
- someone wearing a pair of grey socks knit in fingering-weight yarn. The socks are knit in a knit and purl checkerboard pattern.
- a grey sock knit in fingering-weight yarn, the sock is worked in a knit and purl checkerboard pattern