A simple yet effective rib pattern makes these socks super squishy and comfy - perfect for hiking trails, or keeping toes warm at night by the fire.   

With contrast toes, heels and cuffs, they are also a great way to use up some of those leftover sock yarns we all have lurking in our stash. 

Worked from the cuff-down with a heel flap/gusset heel. The heel flap is a combination of garter and slipped stitches, adding further to the comfort and durability of these cosy socks.

The ribbed stitch pattern provides a degree of ease to the finished measurements, making this pattern very suitable for varying sizing, and there is also provision for custom-fitting the foot length before beginning the toe shaping.

Available in three sizes.

Suggested Yarn: Lang Jawoll - 75% wool 25% nylon - 209m/50g

Main Colour - 220(250,270)m; Contrast Colour - 75(85, 95)m

Please note substituting yarns, not achieving gauge, or adding/removing repeats could possibly affect the meterage required, and allow for this when making yarn quantity decisions.

Suggested Needles:  2.25mm

Sizes (to fit):  Small - 19cm (Medium - 21.5cm, Large - 24cm) foot circumference

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