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Slip Stitch Striped Knit Socks

By: Emily Tarsha from simplynotable.com
Slip Stitch Striped Knit Socks

"These fun cuff down socks use the Tweed Rib Stitch Pattern to add a lively texture. The slipped stitches create fun little dashes and dots of color. This pattern would work well to break up unwanted pooling in variegated yarns."

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Knitting Needle Size1 or 2.25 mm

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge0 stitches, 0 rows, 0 inches.

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I like the pattern for the socks but it does not feature any other sizes. I would have to adjust it for my small feet. I have knitted socks before so I can so that but if you are a beginner this size may not work.

I already have a "go to" sock pattern that I use when I don't want to deal with intricate patterns, but this one looks easy enough to use then, too. There are about 50 small balls of leftover sock yarn in my stash that might be interesting to work into socks like this.

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