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Complements Lotus Mittens. These socks can be knit either top down or bottom up. You can make mid-calf socks, or knee-highs, by varying the position of heel and toe. The gauge and yarn amount needed is not specified and depends on your target socks size. The leg chart is 72sts wide with optional foot chart that is narrower. The top ribbing, heels, and toes are all worked solid with one of the colors (you can use any method for those). This pattern is intended only for knitters familiar with basic sock construction; you need to know how to knit heels and toes. The PDF contains stranded charts only, without any written instructions.
The pattern contains charts only, and is intended for knitters familiar with basic sock construction. You need to know how to knit heels and toes (any method will do).



    • 300-400 meters of fingering-weight sock yarn (25% nylon / 75% wool). You can use Opal, Regia, Zauberball or similar yarn.
    • 2mm (US size zero) short circular needles


    • 36 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches in stranded colorwork, knit in the round  


    • 72 sts aroung leg

    You will receive this pattern as a digitally downloadable PDF. Due to the nature of the product, downloadable patterns are not returnable or refundable. All sales are final.

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