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Brickwork Socks

Designed by Keya Kuhn of

Keya designed this knitted sock pattern to really show off the beauty of hand-dyed yarns like her own Rocket Sock yarn. What’s even better is that her pattern comes with individual instructions on how to make these socks using 2 different techniques. You’ll also receive instructions on making as anklets (as shown) and taller socks too.

Brickwork is a top-down sock pattern that was designed to be knitted with circular needles but they can also be made with DPNs or individual circular needles too. But, she warns that using 9-inch circulars is not recommended. You’ll need US 1 circular needles, a yarn needle and waste yarn to complete this pattern.

With the leg length, technique and sizing options your yarn requirements may vary slightly. To make anklets, you’ll need approximately 100 yards of the main and 80 yards of the contrasting color for the small and medium sizes. And, you’ll need about 100 yards of the main and 125 of the contrasting colors for the large and extra-large sizes.

This pattern comes with instructions to make small, medium, large and extra-large socks.

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PDF download available for sale on her website.