Knitted Berry Patch Socks [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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A superbly cozy pair of socks, these Knitted Berry Patch Socks will keep your toes toasty in chilly weather. It’s a nice layer of added warmth when it’s really cold out. If you’re also thinking of giving out to charity, these snuggly socks would be perfect!

The pattern for these wonderful socks is found on Lion Brand Yarn’s website.

Knitted Berry Patch Socks – A Comfy and Toasty Socks

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 2 - Confident Beginner Knitters

Designed by the talented team over at Lion Brand Yarn, these socks are a blast to make as they are to wear.  The pattern comes in a single size that will fit an adult.

These socks are originally made using the discontinued WoolEase Sportweight yarn. However, you can easily substitute another wool, acrylic, rayon, or nylon yarn in the no. 2 or fine weight group.

You will also need a size US3 double-pointed knitting needles. That’s a 3.25 mm knitting needle if you prefer using metric measurements.

Furthermore, you will be employing the M1 knitting increase and a couple of knitting decrease techniques when making this socks project. The M1 is an almost invisible increase that is either right-leaning or left-leaning. As they mirror each other, they are perfect for shaping your projects.

The k2tog or knitting two stitches together is a basic right slanting decrease that is quite common throughout knitting patterns. It is probably the easiest method of reducing the number of your working stitches. We have a fully illustrated tutorial on the k2tog if you want to learn more. Find this tutorial here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

The p2tog on the other hand is the reverse side equivalent of the k2tog. It stands for purling two stitches together and is used on the purl side of your project. You can learn more about k2tog through our fully illustrated, step-by-step tutorial that you can find here: Purled Right-Slanting Decrease (P2tog).

You can download the FREE knitting pattern for these cozy socks here: Knitted Berry Patch Socks Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Fine Weight Yarns.

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