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A simple pair of socks worked in the round from the top down in 4ply/fingering sock yarn. The stitch pattern is an extension of the standard slipped stitch heel to cover the entire sock. Perfect to make warm toes. The name Jupon is derived from the slipped stitches used in the sock. Jupon is a type of slip (petticoat).


4ply/fingering weight yarn in a composition suitable for socks
For a 24cm [9 ½”]  foot length
312 [352, 392, 458]m /
341 [385, 429, 501]yds

For a 28cm [11”] foot length
338 [381, 425, 495]m /
370 [417, 465, 542]yds

Yarn used in sample is Fine Fish Yarns Merino Nylon Sock (100g; 425m [465yds]; 75% merino, 25% nylon) 4ply/fingering; colour June Bug; 1 [1, 1, 2] hanks


Small [Medium, Large, Extra Large]
To fit 18 [20, 23, 25]cm / 7 [8, 9, 10]” foot circumference.
Finished dimensions = 16 [18, 19.75, 21.75]cm / 6¼ [7, 7¾, 8½]” foot circumference.


42 stitches by 68 rounds = 4” [10cm] in slip stitch pattern. 
34 stitches by 50 rounds = 10cm [4”] in stocking stitch. Check your gauge.


2.5 mm [US Size 1.5] needles for working in the round in preferred method for circular knitting; or size to obtain gauge.
Stitch markers x 3.
Darning needle.


Knit and purl
Slip stitches
Working in the round
Decreases (ssk, k2tog)
Increases (m1l)

The pattern has been professionally tech edited and test knitted.
You will get a PDF (505KB) file





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