Gamer Socks - KNITTING PATTERN

$8.00 USD

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Description

Are you looking for an exciting and creative way to knit a pair of socks? Look no further than the 🎮Gamer Socks🎮 KNITTING PATTERN by Andrea Yetman ! With six colors and six different stitch patterns, you'll be rolling the dice to get a unique combination every time ! You can play the game twice to get a mismatched matching pair of socks, or just once if you prefer a matching pair.

IN ADDITION TO THIS KNITTING PATTERN, YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL TO KNIT THESE SOCKS:

🎮 The Gamer Socks knitting kit is also available HERE🎮

 YARN

  • Biscotte Yarns – BIS-SOCK 6x 25g mini [85% merino sw, 15% nylon, 100 m par 25g] The 25g skeins are not available individually and are only sold as part of the gamer socks kit HERE. OR You can also use leftover wool !

  • Biscotte Yarns – BIS-SOCK 1x 50g Vanille [85% merino sw, 15% nylon, 200 m par 50g] 

NEEDLES AND ACCESSORIES 

SIZE – ONE SIZE: Length of foot: adjustable.

GAUGE: 36sts = 10 cm – 4'' with 2.25 mm needles

NOTE

The Gamer Socks were created as a knitting game. It is played with 2 dice and each section corresponds to a different pattern. For the sample the game was played twice, giving a mismatched effect.

This pattern is sold in a numeric PDF format: add it to your cart and follow every step to complete your order: a link to download your pattern will be provided once the order is completed and you will also get this link by email (make sure to check your spams if you can't find the email in your inbox)

2024-01-03: Correction to the heel section for the number of rows required to obtain the 16 slipped stitches.

Customer Reviews

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Barbara Jones
Fun name for fun project!

I really enjoyed this pattern. It was well written and easy to follow. Also adaptable to other projects, like hats.

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S Crane
Wow factor

This pattern has the wow factor. Pattern reads easily.

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Nanci Szyjkowski
How fun! Crafting and playing at the same time

What a fun idea!! I’ve made an afghan like this but never thought of a sock! Sweet well written pattern!

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Nanci

Sweet fun pattern. Can’t wait to try it!

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