A pair of socks to wear in sturdy shoes, to pull on after a long day at work, to peak out from boots. A pattern engaging enough to steer us away from second sock syndrome, yet easy enough to memorize to make for good Netflix or knit night knitting.
This idea led to the Near and Far socks for this collection: A centre panel of reverse stockinette provides the background for a large-scale cable that expands and contracts along the length of the foot. It‘s framed by two smaller cables and leads seamlessly into the cuff‘s ribbing.
Hanna Lisa Haferkamp
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Samples shown are knit in colourway Thunor’s Brow (size 3) and Sea Stepper (size 5). Verena wears a size 3 with 2.5 cm / 1“ of negative ease, Hanna Lisa wears a size 5 with 2.5 cm / 1“ of negative ease.
2.75 mm / US 2 circular needle with a cable length of at least 80 cm / 32” (or needle size to obtain gauge)
This pattern uses the magic loop technique.
24 sts x 32 rounds = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” (in the round, in stockinette stitch, on 2.75 mm / US 2 needle, after blocking)
20 sts x 30 rounds = 6 x 9 cm / 2.25 x 3.5” (in the round, one full cable panel, on 2.75 mm / US 2 needle, after blocking)
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