The unusual cables on Oscillating Socks wouldn’t rest until talented designer Rachel Gibbs made them into a design, which she has generously donated to p/hop.
Here’s Rachel’s description of her design:
“The side cables couldn’t be stopped even by the toe, continuing round in a manner similar to seamless, saddle shoulders. I call them oscillating because the cables take turns to be in front.
They are made top down with a flap and gusset heel. Two sizes are available and the purl columns makes them quite stretchy.”
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Knitting from stash?
You will need:
100g/400m fingering weight yarn, wool/nylon mix recommended
2.25mm (US 1) needles (either set of DPNs or circular)
To see what others have made from this pattern, please visit the Oscillating Socks pattern page on Ravelry.
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