About the Pattern
Turning Sideways Sock

OK, so you've done cuff down socks and you've done toe-up socks, so what's next ? Why sideways socks knitted on straight needles of course! The yarn used is here is my basic Merino 4 ply Yarn dyed in my ever popular colourway Hippy Chick.

This is a great project for those of you looking for something different to do, a challenge !

How it's done
Turning Sideways Stitch Detail

You can make these socks using one skein (100 grams) of handpainted Woolhunter Superwash Merino 4ply. This will make one pair of women's medium sized socks for shoe size 4-7 (US 6-9). Finished foot length is approx 9½ inches but this can be adjusted by knitting extra/less rows to suit your feet. Similarly the finished foot circumference is 8 inches.

Tension/Gauge is 30 rows and 40 rows = 4 inches.

You will need 1 pair of straight 2.75 mm (US 2) needles, 1 spare circular 2.75 mm needle and 1 set (5 pins) of double pointed 2.75 mm (US 2) needles. You will also need 1 Large "eyed" darning needle and 4 stitch markers.

Please note, however, that if you knit the socks to a longer length you may need more than the stated 100 grams skein of yarn.

This pattern is for sale from the Woolhunter shop. I can either send it through the post or electronically in pdf format.

Note - pdf files require the Adobe Acrobat Reader. This is available as a free download from the Adobe website by clicking here. Note that this file is about 20Mb !

If you can't find what you are looking for or you have a question about this pattern or for suggestions for other yarns that might be suitable for this pattern please contact me via the Feedback Form as I may be working on something. More patterns will follow in the near future as soon as my fingers can knit them and then type them out so please do visit again soon.

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