November Mist Socks


This pattern has been November’s sock in the sock club, they are called November Mist Socks and are worked from the top down with a traditional heel tab and gusset. “On the front, a panel of two braids and an arrowhead-like pattern runs all the way down to the toe,” says Annelie of the November Mist socks.

The description is given in three different widths and five foot lengths to suit many different sizes. These socks are quick to knit because you quickly learn the pattern repeat and just want to knit another row, and another…!

If you are curious about more of Annelie’s patterns, you can find them on her Instagram as @Powerofwool.

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Yarn suggestions
Thin sock yarn, approx. 400 m / 100 g
For the socks in the picture, Annelie used Emelilyknit’s hand-dyed sock yarn, 75% superwash merino wool, 25% nylon, 200 m / 50 g, color code Shar.

32 sts x 48 rows = 10 cm in stocking stitch.

Knitting needles
size 2,25 mm.
Always use a needle size that gives you the correct gauge.

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