Top-Down Socks – Beginner Magic Loop – Bulky Weight

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Bulky weight socks toe up and top down versions

Here is a free basic beginner pattern for top-down bulky weight socks, one– or two-at a time, using Magic Loop.

Make a pair of socks in a day! A great gift. This sock pattern takes exactly one skein of Malabrigo Chunky, so you can make a pair of comfy, washable bulky weight socks for about $11.

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Pattern Details

  • Sizes: Small/Medium, Medium/Large
  • Finished Measurements: To fit foot circumference: 7(8) inches
  • Yarn Weight: Bulky (7 wpi)

Materials

  • Yarn: 120 yds bulky-weight yarn. If working two bulky weight socks at one time, you’ll need two separate balls of yarn.
  • Needles: 1 pair circular needles, 47" for two-at-a-time, 40-47" for one-at-a-time
  • Needle size: US 10½ - 6.5 mm or size required to get gauge (3.5 sts/in)
  • Notions: Stitch markers, scissors, tapestry needle

Gauge

  • 3.5 sts/in in St st

Pattern Notes

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Directions

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Recommended Course: Top-Down Socks, Two-at-a-Time

Knitting two-at-a-time socks is the coolest trend in knitting right now. Never suffer from second-sock syndrome again.

Once you learn the technique of knitting socks on Magic Loop, you'll want to make everything in the round two-at-a-time, whether it's sweater sleeves, socks, or mittens.


Published July 11, 2018

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