Jaden Socks

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Jaden Socks

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Yarn 1 skein Tanis Fiber Arts 8-ply Blue Label Fingering Weight yarn (80% superwash merino, 20% nylon, 115g = 440yds) in Willow (Year In Colour Club May 2015.) 

Gauge: 8 stitches = l" in stockinette stitch. 

Needles: Set of 4, 2.25mm (US l) dpns or size needed to obtain gauge. 

Size: Woman's medium - foot length is adjustable and socks can be made larger by going up a needle size. All over ribbing makes for a stretchy sock accommodating lots of foot sizes. 

Finished Measurements: 
Cuff Circumference: approx 12" stretched. 
Foot Circumference: approx 7 unstretched. 
Leg Length: approx 7.5". 

Additional Tools and Materials: Tapestry needle . 

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This sock pattern started out as an experiment in traveling cables. I love the fit and comfort of a plain ribbed sock and wanted to explore what could happen if the ribbing flowed left and right forming diamonds and cables. The left and right socks are mirror images of each other, so put your feet together and a secret diamond is created out of two triangles. Socks really are the perfect blank canvas for design experimentation. Don’t you just love that?