Knitting pattern for Ida socks
Ida is a pretty sock featuring a charming lace pattern that runs across the entire front of the sock and the upper part of the sock’s backside. The sock has a well-fitting shadow wrap heel, which is incredibly easy to knit. The sole of the foot is worked in stockinette stitch.
We have knitted the sock using our soft and durable Önling No 18, which is made from 75% non-superwash wool and 25% recycled PET (plastic) bottles
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Sizes: Small (EU 36-37 / US 5-6,5), Medium (EU 38-39 / US 7-8), Large (EU 40-42 / US 8,5-10,5)
Sizes can be adjusted by knitting according to the stitch count for size small if you have narrow feet and knit them to the desired length, and vice versa, knit according to the stitch count for size L if you have wide feet.
Materials: 50(75)75 g Önling No 18, 4-ply sock wool, 75% non-superwashed wool and 25% polyester from recycled PET bottles, 420 m pr 100g.
Recommended needles: You need double-pointed needles or a circular needle size 2,5 mm / US 1.5 in 6
The sizes can be adjusted by knitting according to the stitch count for size small if you have narrow feet and knit them to your desired length. Conversely, you can knit according to the stitch count for size L if you have wide feet
Gauge: 32 sts x 47 r on needle 2,5 mm (US 1.5) = 10 x 10 cm
Procedure: Ida is knitted from the cuff, down over the heel, and the foot, finishing with a rounded toe. The sock is worked on circular needles using the magic loop method, but you can, of course, knit it on double-pointed needles if you prefer.
A sock with a shadow wrap heel consists of: ribbing, cuff, the first and second halves of the heel, which are worked with twin and triplet stitches, the foot, and the toe