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Thigmotropism Socks

Thigmotropism is the directional growth in response to touch that allows tendrils to wrap themselves around an object, much the way the twining lace patterns wrap their way up these socks.

The pattern assumes familiarity with lace increases and decreases and basic cuff-down sock construction techniques. Cables are also used in one round of each sock (and can be worked with or without a cable needle).

You'll want to have approximately 100 g of fingering-weight yarn available.

Four sizes are included:
Small (56 stitch cuff, to fit approximately 7 inch foot)
Medium (64 stitch cuff, to fit approximately 8 inch foot)
Large (72 stitch cuff, to fit approximately 9 inch foot)
Extra Large (80 stitch cuff, to fit approximately 10 inch foot)

These fit a bit tighter than a stockinette sock with the same stitch count.

If you’re printing the pattern in black and white, you’ll want to make note of the highlighted columns on the chart.

You will get a PDF (1MB) file

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