Leaflet - Debra Kinsey Knits - Gneiss Colourwork Socks

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Gneiss Colourwork Socks

These socks require intermediate to advanced knitting skills

They are worked in the round on a set of double-pointed needles, beginning with K2 x P2 rib cuffs. The leg is worked using stranded colourwork and stripes.
The colourwork is worked in a spiral, which means it is very easy to knit because you don’t need to think about where you are in the pattern. The slipped-stitch heel flap construction provides durability and a nice fit.

There are 3 sizes: Small (Medium, Large)

Leg length from ankle approx 19cm

Foot length approx 21 (23, 25) cm

Finished Measurements
The socks come in 3 sizes: Small (Medium, Large)
Finished leg length from ankle approx 19cm or 7½ins
Finished foot length approx 21 (23, 25) cm or 8¼ (9, 10) ins
These measurements may be adjusted but be aware that you may need more yarn if length is added to the leg or foot.

Yarn Requirements:

Sock yarn in fingering weight
Main Colour (M): 1 ball/skein (100g/3½oz)
or approx 290 (335, 370) metres or 317 (366, 405) yards
Contrast Colour (C): ½ ball/skein (100g/3½oz)
or approx 100 (115, 130) metres or 109 (126, 142) yards

Needles and Extras

    • one set each 2.25mm (US 1) and 2.75mm (US 2) double-pointed knitting needles

    • yarn needle and stitch-markers (as desired)