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About The Love Still Wins House Socks Free Knitting Pattern
Let’s put our collective best foot forward!
This rainbow variation of the Huesday’s Child Sock pattern is worked in fifteen contrast colors on a neutral background.
Adapted from traditional Turkish sock techniques, these whimsical socks are knit from the toe up with increases across the hinge of the foot to add ease and ensure a comfortable fit.
Perfect for drafty houses, dorms, and anyone with perpetually chilly feet, this pattern yields thick and cozy socks with unique style.
About this Pattern
Skill Level: Intermediate / Advanced
Skills Needed: Judy’s Magic Cast On, knit, purl, Fair Isle (stranded) knitting, decreases (k2tog, ssk), and increases (M1R, M1L, kfb).
Finished Size: Foot circumference at ball of foot is 9 inches / 23 cm as written. Foot length determined by the knitter, and width is easily adjustable. Calf circumference as written is 13 inches / 33 cm. Suggested leg length from bottom of foot is 11 inches / 28 cm , including 1 inch / 2.5 cm cuff.
Yarn: Infinite Twist Hexa, 200 yds / 80 g in Dovecote for MC; Infinite Twist Helix, 50 yards / 17 grams in Bougainvillea for CC1, 25 yds / 8 grams each in African Violet (CC2), Spooky Purple (CC3), Japanese Denim (CC4), Blueberry (CC5), Marina (CC6), Cypress (CC7), Similan Green (CC8), Acid Green (CC9), Meringue (CC10), Sunflower (CC11), Marigold (CC12), Goldfish (CC13), Red Devil (CC14), and Badlands (CC15).
Needles: US 4 (3.5 mm) double-pointed needles, or size yielding gauge (see page 3 for details).
Gauge: 29 stitches and 30 rows over 4” / 10cm after blocking
Supplies: 4 stitch markers (two colors suggested), yarn needle, measuring tape, small sharp scissors or snips.