Leaflet - Debra Kinsey Knits -Euphyllia Lace Socks

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Euphyllia Lace Socks

These socks require intermediate knitting skills

Euphyllia Lace Socks have a moving eyelet pattern set in panels of stocking stitch separated by purl stitches. The pattern extends around the leg and continues down the front of the foot. When the sock is worn, the lace detail stretches out over the leg and foot; it is very eye-catching and pretty.

The instructions are for working in rounds on double-pointed needles, but alternatively the magic-loop method may be used if preferred.
These socks are knitted from the cuff down, with a slipped-stitch heel flap for durability.
The lace pattern is worked over an 8-stitch, 16-round repeat from charted or written instructions.

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
Finished foot length approx 21 (23, 25) cm
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
1 ball/skein [100g] or approx 325 (350, 375) metres

Needles and Extras

    • set each 2.25mm (US 1)  double-pointed knitting needles

  • yarn needle and stitch-markers (as desired)