Debra Kinsey Knits - Gneiss Colourwork Socks
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
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.
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)