Try Again Socks

These try-tastic man-sized socks have been designed and donated to p/hop by our talented supporter Sadie Slater aka Whitehart.

These men’s socks, with a pattern of rugby goalposts, have a good stretch and will look great knitted in your team colours, or in browns and greens to look like a rugby pitch using your scrummiest yarn!

Convert your love of knitting into life-saving changes for people living in dire conditions.
All patterns have been generously donated to the p/hop project by MSF supporters and are available for your knitting pleasure.

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If you like Try Again Socks you might also be interested in Sadie’s other p/hop pattern, the beautiful Tzenni socks.

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Knitting from stash?

1 x 100g skein or 2 x 50g skeins of 4-ply/fingering weight yarn. (Be aware that if your yarn is less than 400m to 100g/200m to 50g you may need an extra skein – I used 390m for my sample pair.)

2.5mm needles for working in the round (the pattern is written for Magic Loop but could easily be
adapted for two circulars or dpns if you prefer)

Darning needle for sewing in ends