They may be designed for extra durability, but these Hiker Chick socks offer something for our more feminine side too. The lacy stripes do double duty as they add a bit of stretch to the socks; making it easier to wear a thinner sock underneath. It’s the double partridge stitched v-heel that really makes these socks perfect for wearing boots. But, they also look great in open-backed shoes.
Keya has once again outdid herself, offering not one, but three size options in the same pattern – small (fits 5-7 inch foot circumference), medium (6-9 inch) and large (8-11 inches).
She made these socks with her Cedar Hill Farm Company Rocket Sock fingering weight yarn. You’ll need 370-500 yards of her yarn or any yarn where 9 rows of 8 stitches in stocking stitch equals 1 inch. You’ll also need a US #3 (3.25mm) circular needle or DPNs.