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Finished Measurements:

7 (8, 9)” [18 (20.5, 23) cm] circumference; 6” [15 cm] leg length; foot length is adjustable / Shown in size 8” [20.5 cm] circumference with 9½”[24 cm] foot length

Yarn:

tern / 2 skeins Dusk 415

Needles:

40” circular needle in size US 1 [2.25 mm]

Gauge:

28 sts and 40 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in St st, after blocking
32 sts and 40 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in cable pattern, after blocking

Construction:

Socks are worked from the cuff-down with German short row heels and toes. Cable panel runs down the front of the sock, continuing on the toe, and down the back of the sock, continuing on the heel.

Skills Required:

Long-tail cast on, cables with or without a cable needle (without a cable needle recommended), Kitchener stitch, German short rows, magic loop (links provided); decreasing, working in the round. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.

enfilade

Jordan Prouty

Jordan’s elegant Enfilade socks combine a clean, modern design with the softness and strength of Tern, a blend of American territory wool and tussah silk. Worked from the cuff-down, with a short row heel and toe, Enfilade features a mesmerizing twisted stitch cable panel that extends all the way across the toe in front and down the heel in back.

Purchase this pattern now as part of the 11 piece collection, Atelier, or stay tuned for its release this fall!

Finished Measurements:

7 (8, 9)” [18 (20.5, 23) cm] circumference; 6” [15 cm] leg length; foot length is adjustable / Shown in size 8” [20.5 cm] circumference with 9½”[24 cm] foot length

Yarn:

tern / 2 skeins Dusk 415

Needles:

40” circular needle in size US 1 [2.25 mm]

Gauge:

28 sts and 40 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in St st, after blocking
32 sts and 40 rnds = 4” [10 cm] in cable pattern, after blocking

Construction:

Socks are worked from the cuff-down with German short row heels and toes. Cable panel runs down the front of the sock, continuing on the toe, and down the back of the sock, continuing on the heel.

Skills Required:

Long-tail cast on, cables with or without a cable needle (without a cable needle recommended), Kitchener stitch, German short rows, magic loop (links provided); decreasing, working in the round. Charts and line-by-line instructions included.