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Alice Sock Flat Lay

Alice Sock Pattern


The Alice Sock Pattern 



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  • Yarn: Fingering Sock Weight Yarn: Yarn Over Floyd Platinum Sock, 75% SW Merino wool / 25% Nylon,  463 yds, 100 g / hank

    • 260 yards (310, 400), 56 grams (67, 86) of MC

    • 140 yards (150, 185), 30 grams (32, 42) of CC

  • Hooks: 

    • 2.25mm (US B/1) Aluminum Handled Yarn Over Floyd Machined Hook for ribbing, heel, & toe sections 

    • 3.25mm (US D/3) Aluminum Handled Yarn Over Floyd Machined Hook for ankle, & foot sections. 


This is an easy intro to socks for those scared of committing! They're worked from the top down, adding one part on to the next, with a simple, but a complicated-looking texture that adds a touch of complexity without roughing up your toes! 


Crochet socks are comfy and cozy and work up super quickly! These top-down beauties start with an easy ribbing, include a fancy-looking texture, with a quick, customizable ankle and foot length. You can make these for anyone in your family, but make sure you get a set first! 


This pattern was inspired by the use of custom spun yarn by my fiber friend, Amy, at Follow Your Arrow Farm. She raises Gotland sheep for their wool and breeds them each year for their gentle, quirky personalities, and gorgeous locks. 


Pattern by Siobhan Boothe of @YarnOverFloyd 

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The duplication of this pattern or any of its parts is strictly prohibited, but creating your own items and selling them is encouraged! Just please credit the pattern & designer when doing so! 


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