Cursive Socks

practice makes perfect

Just as cursive is a mystery to those who have yet to master it, color work seems daunting to knitters who have yet to give it a try. In reality this stitch pattern is created one color at a time using slipped stitches and mosaic knitting techniques to make it appear more complicated than it really is.

You will need to know how to read knitting charts, or be willing to attempt them, as the stitch pattern is not written out line by line.

350 yds fingering yarn (175 yds/50g each color)
(Sample shown used 1 skein each Koigu Premium Merino)
Note: If taller or longer socks are desired, more yarn is needed.

Needles & Notions
size 1.5 US/2.5mm circular or double-pointed needles or size needed to obtain gauge
tapestry needle
scrap yarn
spare circular or double-pointed needles a size or two smaller

Finished Size
7.5″ to fit an 8″ circumference foot when measured at its widest part

8.5 sts = 1″

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