Yukari is ready and waiting!

Finally, finally, Yukari is done!

Pretty, lacy socks that have been specifically engineered to compatable with ONE SKEIN of Colinette Jitterbug. Yes, you can comfortably knit a pair of top-down socks (Women’s medium, US sizes 7-9) without fear of running out of yarn (when the pattern’s leg and foot length are followed, of course.)

Naturally, you don't need to wait until you have a skein of Jitterbug on hand to kit Yukari -- she's equally pretty in any other fingering yarn. Semi-solids and solid coloured yarns would show off her patterning nicely, but variegated yarns are lots of fun, too.

If you're looking for a quick, easy and lacy sock to knit, Yukari's your girl!

Size: Women’s Medium (or any foot/leg that is 8” in circumference.)

Gauge: 8 stitches = 1 inch (2.5 cm) in Stockinette st.

Yarn: This pattern has been specifically written so that 1 skein of Colinette Jitterbug (320 yd / 100 g) will produce one complete pair of Women’s Medium socks. The sock shown here is knit in the Summer Berries colourway. Any other fingering weight yarn (of comparable or greater yardage) may be used, in either a solid, semi-solid or variegated colourway.

Needles: One set of five (5) double pointed needles in US 2 (2.75 mm) or size necessary to obtain gauge.

Notions: A stitch marker to mark beginning of round (optional,) and a sewing needle to weave in ends.

Skills Needed: Knitting in the round, lace, twisted stitches, chart reading and grafting.

To purchase: If you are a Ravelry user, please use the "buy now" button under Kethry's picture in the sidebar to the right to pay via PayPal to receive an expiring link to download the pattern instantly.

If you are not on Ravelry,
please visit my Etsy shop, located to purchase a copy of the pattern. Please disregard the shipping costs -- when payment is received a copy of the pattern will be sent to the email address provided.


Adriana said...

That yarn looks delicious, like mixed-berry frozen yogurt. I really like how the scallops shows off the yarn.

Anja said...

What a cool Blog!
Nice Work!

Greetings from Switzerland,