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Tardis Blue Socks

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My daughter and I are fans of cosplay and go to various comicon shows throughout the year. In March this year I decided to go as the 4th Dr Who (Tom Baker) and of course knitted the famous scarf. My feet were feeling left out so I designed these simple colour worked socks utilising my basic sock pattern.


Difficulty

Knitted in the round these can be either knitted on double pointed needles using knit and purl stitches with decreases, colour changing yarn and a grafting stitch to finish the toe.


Yarn and Notions

4ply (fingering) weight sock yarn. The amount of blue yarn needed will depend on the length of the foot. For example for a UK size 7 foot I used:


West Yorkshire Spinners 4ply in

Cobalt – 65g/260m/285 yards

Liquorice – 10g/40m/44 yards

Milk Bottle – 10g/40m/44 yards

2.25mm (US 1) double pointed needles or small circular needle

Two stitch markers (optional) and sewing needle to complete grafting stitch/ends


Measurements

Circumference of 9.5 inches / 72 stitches


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