Bargello Socks | Knitting Pattern
This sock pattern is made to be knit with Biscotte Self-Striping Autorayanteᵐᶜ sock yarn to create an original color pattern with the stripes. Intermediate sock knitters will enjoy this unique design!
This pattern is a stunning design wrote by Patty Nance exclusively for Biscotte Yarns. Enjoy knitting those socks 😊!
- Biscotte Yarns Bis-sock Autorayante™ Self-Striping (85% superwash wool, 15% nylon; 400m/435yds per 100g skein); shown in color Green Grass; 1 skein.
- Waste yarn (wy) in same weight as project yarn, about 50 meters / 55 yards
- 20-inch or 24-inch US #1/2.5mm circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
- 20-inch or 24-inch circular needle, one size larger than needle used to obtain gauge
- 1 set US #1/2.5mm double-point needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
- Crochet hook: US size B/2.25mm crochet hook
- Ball winder
- 4 recloseable plastic baggies, snack or sandwich size
- Permanent marker
- 2 locking stitch markers or safety pins
- (Optional) 5 stitch markers
- Yarn needle
- 35 sts and 46 rounds = 4” / 10 cm in stockinette st on smaller needles
- 32 sts and 37 rows = 4” / 10 cm in pattern stitch on smaller needles
- Gauge is crucial to be successful with this pattern. Take the time to swatch. You may need to unravel your swatch to reclaim the yarn.
- Foot circumference: 19 cm / 7.5”
- Leg length: 21 cm / 8.25”
>> (Notations for altering size areavailable when you will downlaod the pattern) <<
PATTERN NOTES Sock leg is worked flat in columns of intarsia and seamed using a linking technique. Waste yarn is applied at selvedges to hold the side loops open to allow for the linked seam. Waste yarn sections are worked in stockinette throughout; intarsia columns are worked in Lace Pattern. Once the leg is complete and seamed to form a tube, the remainder of the project is worked in the standard manner for a sock with a heel flap, heel turn, gusset, foot and toe. Feel free to substitute your preferred method for the heel and toe.