Monday, August 27, 2007

"Simply Ginny" Sock! (KUAS Original Pattern)

"Simply Ginny" Sock! (KUAS Original Pattern)
Designed by Anna Peck
Note: This free pattern has been removed 10/17/12. It may not return, but if it does, it will be available for an inexpensive $1.99 price.
 

Whether or not you are a Harry Potter fan, "Simply Ginny" is a fun and easy sock pattern that will result in instant gratification. Mucha mucha gratification. So, find yourself some type of pink/orange blend and crack out those dpn's. Let the comfy reading sock extravaganza begin!

MATERIALS:Yarn: Fingering weight yarn, 100% (soft) wool (under 400 yards)
Needles: Set of 4: size 2&3 US double pointed needles

Measurements: Shoe size: 7 1/2-8 1/2 US for women. However, you can easily make it longer by doing more cable repeats, or shorter by doing less.
Gauge: 7sts=1'' 12 rows=1'' (size 2 US)














8 comments:

loveyourbag said...

Yay! Thanks for posting this pattern. I can't wait to knit it and have the perfect Ginny yarn that I got from Liz- who is the root of all evil;)

LotusKnits said...

Super cute!

Mandy said...

I love this pattern I found it on Raverly. I love your yarns I just bought some rowena colorway from you and it is so nice to knit with! Thanks so much!!

Kate said...

Question: Did you buy a hank of yarn with 420 yards or use 420 yards? I bought some Miss babs sock yarn to make these socks and it has approx. 400 yds. Will I need more?

Anonymous said...

I'm a new knitter so I'm confused about 6 & 7. I have 32 stitches on the needle. Slipping stitches doesn't decrease any. So how do I get down to the number of stitches on step 8? I've never tried socks before and I thought this pattern looked like something I could handle, but I'm stumped! Please help?

Anna said...

thanks for the pattern! I´ve made the socks and I love them!

http://craftybeing.blogspot.com/2009/03/harry-potter-strumpor.html#comments

Rosie said...

I love your socks. I am a new sock knitter and I've come across this in a pattern. Work x rounds straight. The sock has a patterned section in it. I don't really understand what working a round straight.

I hope you can explain it.

Crosby said...

Thank you so much for the pattern. I just finished them using Kintpicks new chroma yarn and they look fantastic. I stayed on the size 2 needles for the feet and they fit like a glove. thanks again!