Here are Ros’ details on the pattern itself:
“The pattern has been designed to fit as many different shapes and sizes of feet and ankles as possible. The rib gives it lots of stretch, the heel flap and the horseshoe heel turn give some extra room, and the travelling cable adds interest to the pattern. The construction of these socks is somewhat unusual and there are times when you just have to blindly trust the pattern, but I promise it works. I would say that this pattern is intermediate difficulty.”
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Knitting from stash?
These socks use less than 100g of 4-ply/fingering weight yarn.
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