Autumn Crush Socks PDF Knitting Pattern
Autumn Crush Socks PDF Knitting Pattern
Autumn Crush Socks PDF Knitting Pattern

Autumn Crush Socks PDF Knitting Pattern

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Autumn Crush socks are the perfect comfy cozy pair of socks to make during this autumn season. Watch the falling leaves around you while you knit up this fun and simple pattern. The mixture of cables and ribbing make sure that this pair of socks feels like a hug to your feet. ⁠

In this pattern, you’ll also receive a cheat sheet for 3 different sets of heel instructions. For the sample, I used a heel flap and gusset, but I also include instructions for an afterthought heel and a short row heel.

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Pattern details;

Sizes
Adult Small, Medium, and Large

To fit approx. foot circumference of 6.7 (7.5, 8.5)” 17 (19.1, 21.5) cm)
Recommended fit is 1”/2.5 cm of negative ease in circumference (when measured at the widest part of the foot).

Needles
US 1 / 2.25mm or size needed to obtain correct gauge

Yarn options and Yardage
For this sock, you’ll need 100 grams of fingering weight

The total yarn usage will depend on the yarn you use, your gauge, and any modifications you make to the socks.

The sample was knit using Less Traveled Yarn in Macaron
757 Sock - 75% Superwash Merino, 25 % Nylon 463 yards per 100 grams

You can find the yarn here https://travelingyarn.com

Gauge (unblocked) in stockinette
34 stitches and 48 rows per 4”

Notions
Tapestry Needle


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