Knitting pattern for socks in three sizes with a stitch pattern which curls down the cuff and extends over the top of the foot, and is deceptively easy to work—a simple arrangement of knits and purls yields a deep, cable-like texture. They are easily converted to toe-up construction, as the stitch pattern is vertically reversible.
Shown here: size small in Fearless Fiber’s Superwash Merino Sock, color Smokin'
S(M, L), to fit feet measuring 6-7(7-8.5, 8.5-10)” / finished sock measurements = 6(7.5, 9)”
300(350, 400) yards of sock yarn
38 stitches and 52 rows = 4” in stockinette on smaller needles
DPNs sizes US0 (2mm) and US1 (2.25mm), or size to obtain gauge on smaller needles; larger needles are optional