Success Socks [FREE Knitting Pattern]

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Celebrate your success and life with a relaxing weekend sipping tea and wearing these warm and cozy Success Socks. This knitted footwear will be perfect for keeping warm and cozy while relaxing at home or to use at work.

The pattern for these socks is found on the Knit Picks website.

Success Socks – A Charmingly Cozy Socks

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This free knitting pattern is ideal for Level 4 - Intermediate Level Knitters

Designed by the talented Amy Kate Sutherland, these socks are delightfully snug and toasty. The pattern is available in 3 sizes that will fit 6 – 8, 7 – 9, and 8 – 10-inches foot circumference.

To make these socks, you will need KnitPicks’ Static Yarn. It is a gorgeous and durable fingering-weight yarn that is made of 75% superwash wool and 25% nylon. This yarn is simply perfect for making snuggly socks. Best of all, it is machine washable.

You will also need a size US 1 Double-pointed or circular knitting needle. That is a 2.25 mm needle if you are using the metric system.

Moreover, you have to make sure that you take the foot measurements correctly so that the socks will fit their intended recipient. We have an excellent guide on how to do this, check it out here: How to Take Foot Measurements When Knitting Socks.

You will also be utilizing the ssk and k2tog knitting decreases when working these socks. The ssk or slip one, slip one, knit two together is a basic left-slanting decrease that is often paired with k2tog.

The k2tog or knit two stitches together is a basic right slanting decrease. You can learn how to do the SSK using our illustrated tutorial here: Basic Left-Slanting Decrease (SSK).

We also have a tutorial on the k2tog here: Basic Right-Slanting Decrease (K2tog).

Download Pattern

You can download the FREE knitting pattern for these socks here: Success Socks Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: KnitPicks Static Yarn

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