This pattern provides a great way to play with colors, and use up sock yarn leftovers. The crazier your socks look, the more fun they are to knit and wear!
I made these socks with solids, but self-striping yarn should look fun too. Each color stripe takes less than 5 grams (or 20m) of fingering-weight yarn. An additional chart in the PDF (I haven’t knit socks from it yet) gives you even more opportunities for color experiments with even smaller yarn amounts.
The instructions, however, are very basic and won’t be suitable for knitters not familiar with sock knitting.
- 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
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