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Juliette Pécaut Designs

Thayer Street Socks Knitting Pattern

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About the Pattern

These socks feature a simple, easy-to-memorize stitch pattern that creates a wonderful texture to highlight bold variegated yarns. This pattern was created to celebrate the success of Boston Fiber Company’s Mainvest campaign, and to highlight the importance of supporting local businesses! The hurdle stitch pattern evokes the brick and stone pedestrian path of Thayer Street in Boston’s SoWa district, which many artists’ studios and independent businesses call home.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Less Travelled Yarns 757 Sock (75% SW merino, 25% nylon; fingering weight; 463yds/100g).
Colorway “Oaty McOatface”. 1 skein.

2.75mm (US 2) needles for working in the round, or size to obtain gauge
9” circulars OR 5” DPNs recommended for knitting 1 sock at a time
40” circulars recommended for knitting 2 socks at a time using magic loop

Yarn needle

Stitch markers (2 for working 1 sock at a time, 3 for working 2 socks at a time)
I recommend using a row counter marker for the BOR marker

37 sts and 48 rounds = 4” in Hurdle Stitch Pattern in the round, blocked

Finished Measurements
Sizes 1 (2, 3, 4)
Sock circumference: 5.5 (6, 7, 7.75)”, to be worn with 75-85% of negative ease
To fit foot circumference: 6–7.25 (7.5–9, 8.75–10.75, 10.25–12.25)”
To fit foot length: 8–9 (8.5–9.5, 9.5–10.5, 10.5–11.5)”