100 simple lace socks

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Opus 100 black lace sock

Opus 100

(£3.00)

Short summer socks with lace legs and insteps, and decorated cuffs, heels and toes in contrast colour. Fully-written, separate patterns for TOP DOWN VERSION and TOE-UP VERSION included.

Sizes: Women’s medium and large widths. Foot length is infinitely adjustable.

Requirements

Yarn: 

  • 100g of any 4 ply yarn (light fingering) in main colour (solid colour)
  • 50g of any 4 ply (light fingering) yarn in contrast colour or multicolour

Needles: the top-down version is knitted on 4 dpns; the toe-up version is knitted on 2 circulars.

  • Metric: size 2-25 – 2.5mm for medium; 2.75mm for large.
  • UK and Canadian: size 13 (med); size 12 (large)
  • US: size 1-2 (med); size 2 (large)

Stitch marker

Row Counter

Gauge

  • Medium size: 8.5 sts per inch (34 sts per 4in) on 2.25 – 2.5mm needles
  • Large size: 7 sts per inch (28 sts per 4in) on 2.75mm needles

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© Linda OCarroll and Mel Browne

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