TIME AFTER TIME SOCKS ENGLISH
Time After Time Socks written pattern (English)
Time After Time Socks are knit in a stockinette on the toe, heel and underneath. The leg and top side of the sock is knit in a diagonal mesh stitch pattern.
The socks are worked bottom up. The cast on at the toe is made with Judy’s magic cast on, making it possible to work in the round without visible cast on. After the increases at the toe, the work is divided into an upper- and underside. The diagonal mesh stitch from the diagram is worked at the upper side. Then, the sock is worked straight up to the heel, which is worked with decreases for gusset, short rows and decreases to make the heel flap. The leg of the sock is worked in the diagonal mesh stitch from the diagram and finished with a rib.
Size (33/34) 35/36 (37/38) 39/40 (41/42) 43/44
Foot length (22) 23 (24) 25 (26) 27 cm
Leg length (13) 13 (13,5) 13,5 (14) 14 cm
Knitting gauge 30 stitches x 40 rows of pattern or Stockinette on a 3 mm needle
Suggested needles 3 mm circular needles (80 cm, if magic loop technique is used, otherwise double pointed needles)
Materials 1 strand of Arwetta (210m/50g) from Filcolana or
Merino Fingering Sock (420m/100g) from Siestoe Fibres or The Knitting Tale
(60) 63 (65) 68 (70) 73 (75) g