Hideaway Socks

Hideaway SocksHideaway Socks

Escape to your favorite hideaway as soon as you slip on these ultra-cushy, super-cozy socks. This unisex design is worked top-down, and the pattern is written for the double pointed needle method, but you can also use the Magic Loop method – it’s up to you!

Note: The increases in the Pattern can be pulled “tighter” to make a more closed fabric with more stretch, or left “looser” to create a lacier fabric with less stretch. If you’d like a lacier/tighter sock, make the size closest to your actual foot size; if you’d like a cozier/larger fit, make the next size up! The sample shown above is a size Large knitted with a more closed fabric for a 9″ foot circumference.

Sizes:
S (M, L) to fit a foot circumference of up to 7.5 (9.0, 10.5)”
Finished, Knitted Measurements are 6.0 (7.5, 9.0)”

Yarn:
Fiberphile MCN Luxe Sock (80% superwash merino, 10% cashmere, 10% nylon; 375 yds / 115 g), “Sakura” colorway, 1 skein

Needles:
Four size US 2 double pointed needles

Notions:
one yarn needle

Gauge:
8 stitches / 10 rows = 1 inch in Pattern

A Note about Payments:

Patterns are available as PDF downloads to purchase via Ravelry and pay for via Paypal; you’ll be able to download each file once payment is complete.  You do NOT need an account with either site to purchase any patterns. If you don’t have a Paypal account, you can use your credit card to pay without having a Paypal account.  If you use a Paypal account without funds in it and without an associated credit card, then Paypal will treat your payment as an electronic check.  Questions?  Use the “Contact” tab above to reach me!

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