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Bead Ribbed Socks
HeartStrings knitting pattern #A75
Designed especially for those multi-colored sock yarns you can't resist. The stitch pattern is a variation of an interrupted rib, with beads highlighting the pattern shift. Simple yet fascinating!
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4 sizes in small through extra-large adult: foot circumference before stretching 6[7½,9,10 ½]". Fingering weight sock yarn - 275[350, 425, 500] yards, 8 stitches/inch, size US 1 / 2.5 mm needles suggested. Size 8/0 glass seed beads - 640[800, 960, 1200] (approximately 25g[30g, 35g, 40g]). Shown in Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock color #42 Cool and Miyuki beads color Metallic Blue Iris. Charted instructions.
Detail of stitch pattern for Bead Ribbed Socks
From Pam van Rixel ...
Just wanted to take a minute to pass along to you how much I've enjoyed your Bead Ribbed Socks pattern. I'm just closing the toe on my first one. The pattern is so well written. NO errors which is something you don't see very often these days, and the directions for turning the heel were fabulously clear. You even include the number of stitches you're supposed to have left afterwards! (I've always thought all sock patterns should have this but apparently not every one agrees with me on this). Beautiful work.
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