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Cable Yoga Socks

By: Toni Lipe for Plymouth Yarn

These unique socks do not have toes or heels, allowing you to grip the mat as you do yoga and still keep your feet warm. Without toes or heels, these socks also make for a quick and easy knitting pattern. The twisted cable pattern adds great texture to these stylish yoga socks. The socks are a great way for beginners to practice the cable technique.
 

Knit Cable Yoga Socks
 

Materials:

  • Plymouth Yarn: 2 balls (50g each) Oceanside Organic
  • Knitting Needles: Size 4 double-point knitting needles

Gauge: 24 sts = 4” on a US 4 needle over st st.

Instructions:

Cuff:
Loosely cast on 48 sts. *(K4, p2); repeat from * around for the first round of sts, dividing onto 3 needles, 12-12-24. Join sts in a circle, taking care not to twist, and continue in the (k4, p2) pattern for 1”.

Begin Twisted Rib Stitch:
Row 1: *(K4, p2); repeat from * around.
Row 2: *(RT twice, p2); repeat from * around.
Row 3: *(K4, p2); repeat from * around.
Row 4: *(K1, RT, k1, p2); repeat from* around.
Repeat Rows 1 – 4 until sock measures 4”.
Continue working in pattern on needles 1 and 2.
Bind off needle 3 loosely.
Foot:
Continue working in pattern on needles 1 and 2.
Cast on 24 sts on needle 3.
Continue working in pattern on needles 1 and 2.
On needle 3, work in (k4, p2) rib.
Continue this way, until foot of sock measures 3”.
Work all needles in (k4, p2) ribbing for 1”.
Bind off, in rib, loosely.

Right Twist - RT: K2tog, leaving stitches on LH needle, insert RH needle from front between 2 stitches knitted together and knit first stitch again, then slid both stitches from needle together.
 

 

 For more great knitting patterns be sure to check out our 24 Quick and Easy Knitting Patterns eBook!

 

 

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