Simple DK Socks Pattern


This single pattern is available as a download.

I designed these socks years and years ago, (before I had my Skipton studio and when I was a freelance hand knit designer working with an American distributor) I have always loved a dk sock. So quick to knit and they just feel like you are wearing a hug on your feet. I have used lots of different types of yarn for these socks, many that I will say are ‘vintage’ now (you could read that as discontinued too but we don’t like that word in the yarn world do we??)
I love these socks with the Mohair Tweed and I’ve used yarn that has lots of beautiful natural fibres in them but they do eventually need a bit of darning!
They do need a little bit of nylon to make them last in wellies, so ColourLab Sock DK is great for this type of use.
I wear my Simple Socks almost every winter, rotating the 100% natural fibres ones while the ones with nylon in are worn in my wellies!

Warm feet mean warm heart and body!

For this pattern I used:

Yarn & Amounts: One 100g hank of dk weight yarn.

Metres: 205m.

My Yarn Suggestions & Amounts: Mohair Tweed Two 50g Balls or WYS Bluefaced Leicester DK – Dyed One 100g hank or ColourLab Sock DK one 150g ball.

Needles: Set of four double pointed 3.75mm needles.

Gauge (tension): 24 stitches and 32 rows to 10cm square over stocking stitch using 3.75mm needles.

Measurements: to fit UK size 4-5 but will fit all foot lengths when knitted to the desired length as indicated in the pattern.

Click on the following links for my How To videos that may help with this pattern:  dpns.

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