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Michelle

Patterns

Michelle

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Michelle

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A modern take on the classic Old Shale pattern, Michelle may look the delicate beauty - but is in fact a quick and unfussy knit.

Easy lace repeats intergrade elegantly into the top-down sock construction with short row heels and toes. The ripple effect of the pattern flatters the wearer, and suits both solid and variegated yarns. 

Pattern is in digital (pdf.) format, available for download after purchase.

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MATERIALS

Yarn

fingering-weight sock yarn, 100g/ 400m
shown in: Wooly Adventure Supersock, Secret Lagoon colourway

Needles
a set of 5 double-pointed needles, 2.00-3.00mm diameter

Notions
tapestry needle; ruler or tape measurer; sock blockers (recommended) 

SIZING
Note that the nature of this pattern calls for a fixed number of cast-on stitches. Fit can be adjusted by varying needle diameter and yarn weight. A sizing guide to assist with this is provided in the pattern.

SKILL LEVEL
This pattern is suitable for beginner sock knitters who are familiar with Kitchener stitch, which is required to close the toe.
This pattern is suitable for those new to lace knitting.
Instructions for working short rows are included.
Kitchener stitch tutorial is not included. 

Special techniques to be aware of:
short rows, Kitchener stitch, lacework