Diana’s Quiver Sock Pattern


The colorful darts traveling down the cuff of this sock will end your hunt for the perfect pattern for a variegated sock yarn.  A simple pattern with a complex effect, the yarn is carried (floated) 
across the right side of the fabric 
and knit into 
the color 
changes and subduing 
any unwanted pooling or flashing.

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Pattern Information

SIZE: 7½ (8½ )”/17 (19.5)cm foot circ, 7”/18cm cuff length to fit women’s size 6-9 (10-12) US / 36-40 (41-43) Euro
Materials: 1 skein Modeknit Yarn,  ModeSock 
(3.5oz/100g, 382yds/349m) 
60% SW Merino, 30% Bamboo, 10% Nylon.
Notions: Darning needle, 3 stitch markers (1 contrasting)
Gauge: 39 sts and 48 rows = 4”/10cm in St st using size1 US/2.25mm needle (dpn or two circulars)


CO: Cast on
Catch Float: Insert needle under loose strand and knit strand tog with next st,
K: Knit
K2tog-L: Knit 2 sts tog so they slant to the left (working needle enters sts pointing left, aka “SSK”)
K2tog-R: Knit 2 sts tog so they slant to the right (working needle enters sts pointing right, aka “K2tog”)
P: Purl
PM: Place marker.
RS: Right Side
Sl WYRS: Slip stitch with yarn to RS of work.
SM: Slip Marker
SSK: Slip 2 stitches knitwise, one at a time, to right needle, insert left needle into both sts through front loops and knit together (decreases one stitch)
St st: Stockinette Stitch. K on RS, P on WS
WYRS: With yarn to right side of work.


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