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Easy Peasy Socks
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If you want to know how to knit socks, but it always seemed too daunting to try, get started with this pattern. The instructions for these Easy Peasy Socks are specially written for the first-time sock knitter with lots of helpful hints and notes. This easy sock knitting pattern uses yarn dyed a shifting shade of midnight blue to add complexity to this otherwise simple pattern. The yarn used is worsted weight, so the socks will be quick to knit and toasty warm to wear.
Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Gauge6 stitches, 1 rows, 1 inches. stockinette stitch
The instructions for these socks are also available in French!
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Jul 26, 2019
Question on turning the heel.im a beginner on knitting socks.followed the pattern and ended up with 16 stitches of the 20 remaining..i unpicked it and re did it with same result.where am i going wrong?
Jul 16, 2018
I love where the pattern says (the boring stuff (read it, anyway!). This pattern is not only easy to follow, it is filled with lots of tips, tricks, and advice that would be helpful to anyone, especially those new to knitting socks. I found it very amusing to read. I am looking forward to making them.
Jul 10, 2017
One of my goals, when I started knitting, was to make socks for my family and friends. I have to say it has been a little intimating. This pattern caught my eye immediately because it is called Easy Peasy. I can't wait to start. And the plus side is you can download on the designer's site.
Dec 12, 2016
I really enjoyed knitting these. I had the pair done in two days. They were my first sock project. I knit mine with worsted wool. Though, they were too big for me and fit my husband. He loved them though! I'm going to do them again though with more worsted yarn. I'm going to assume it was operator error lol. I tend to be a loose knitter sometimes. I loved this pattern though. I'll get them washed up (He wears them so much lol) and put in a pic. Any ideas on how to make this fit children? My kids all have about an 8" length and 8" circumference. Bigfeet for such tiny bodies lol.
Jul 23, 2016
Question about turning the heel - We are working with 20 stitches correct? Row 1 (RS) k12, ssk, k1 only accounts for 15 stitches. Do I simply knit the last 5? Or do I ssk more than once? Thanks in advance )
Jul 23, 2016
Don't know how to delete this comment but I figured it out!
Jul 06, 2016
Could you use circular needles to make these? Thanks!
Jul 10, 2016
You could use magic loop method. Google it.
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Apr 14, 2016
Podria traducirse al Espaol? Gracias
Mar 10, 2016
This really is a great pattern to start out knitting socks, the worsted yarn makes the work go quickly. You can always lengthen the cuff if you want a taller sock. Just knit a couple of extra rows in the ribbing before starting to turn the heel. Once you get the basics down, you are on your way to knitting socks with finer yarn and smaller needles. I suggest using dots of silicone or puff paint on the soles of these socks if you plan on using them for slippers, since the dots will provide extra traction on slippery floors.
Sep 27, 2015
I've made a few pair of these, and they're great. The perfect sock to wear with my Crocs! I will say that I do reinforce the heel with a double strand because worsted does not wear as well as sock yarn. Easy to follow pattern for beginners. This is the best pattern to learn the 'mechanics' of sock making. Works up quick.
Dec 14, 2015
Another way of reinforcement is to k1,s1 on the r side, then p across the w side. This works well for me.
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