The design was originally inspired by the Doctor Who episode Bells of St John and the name is Clara’s catchphrase. In the beginning the turning cables were just resembling all the paths the Doctor took, but in the end Clara’s path ended up being even more twisty!
The sock is knitted cuff down and heel flap, cable path running on the outside of the leg and on the top of the foot. The socks are mirror images of each other and OCD proofed!
100 g of DK weight, 200 m / 100 g yarn suitable for socks.
Sample uses 210 m (230 yards) for size 39 EU
One set of dpn’s or circular needle for magic loop, size 3 mm (US 2 ½) or to obtain gauge
25 sts and 34 rows of stockinette stitch in the round = 10 cm (4 inch)
- 1 cable needle
- 3 Stitch Marker (6 if you knit two at a time)
2/2 LC = Sl 2 onto a CN and hold it in front of the work, k2, k2 from CN
2/2 RC = Sl 2 onto a CN and hold it on the back side of the work, k2, k2 from CN
Pu&k = Pick up and knit
These measurements applies when the gauge is met.
Foot circumference: 21-24 cm (8.25-9.5 inch)
Cuff circumference: 24-30 cm (9.5-11.75 inch)
Leg height: 23 cm (9 inch)
Heel diagonal: 25-30 cm (9.75-11.75)
The pattern is written for one size only, but the fabric stretches in width.