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Bargello Basics Socks 3

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Self-striping becomes self-stacking when intarsia is introduced into the construction of a sock. This pattern continues the color stacking onto the foot and incorporates a simple chevron stitch pattern for added interest.

Excerpt from Bargello Knits: "My next adventure in socks was to continue the bargello segments onto the foot somehow. This project shows how to do it with long color change yarn. The stitch pattern adds to the fun."

Required skills: Knitting with double-pointed needles, knitting in the round on two circulars, knowledge of basic sock construction
Size: to fit foot circumference 8”/20.5cm
Finished measurements: foot circumference 7”/18cm, leg length 5”/12.5cm
Gauge: 28 sts and 32 rows = 4”/10cm in stockinette stitch

Materials
  • Sock weight yarn in long-color change multi-colors (100g, 450yds). Sample shown in Elann Collection Sock It To Me Madrid (75% superwash wool, 25% nylon; 458 yds/419m per 50g skein); color: #61 Cubist Wine; 1 skein
  • Waste yarn (wy) in same weight as project yarn
  • 20-inch or 24-inch (50 or 60cm) US #1/2.5mm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 1 set US #1/2.5mm double-point needles
  • US size B/2.25mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
Pattern notes
Entire sock is worked flat and seamed along the top of the foot just prior to working the toe. Waste yarn is applied at selvedges to allow for a linked seam. The leg and top of foot are worked in ripple stitch pattern. The heel and sole of foot are worked as a plain bargello segment using the main ball of yarn. The toe is worked in the round as for an ordinary sock. Socks are mirror images of each other.
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