Timeless Fiber Designs

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Knitted Hiker Chick Socks

Designed by Keya Kuhn of

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.

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