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Poems Wrist Socks

Saturday, December 20th, 2014

This week we are keeping things merry and bright in the twinkling colours of the season with a project that is sure to bring jolly smiles around the Christmas tree.  As a stocking stuffer or ‘after holiday’ gift, these cosy wrist socks are as much fun to knit as they are to wear.

May your holidays sparkle and shine

with moments of love, laughter, and goodwill.

From all of us at Diamond Yarn, we wish joy and peace

to you and yours this festive season.  


Knit in Poems Sock, a superwash wool and nylon blend yarn that is magically-dyed to allow colors to gradually travel from one set to the next, and repeat again all within one 100g ball.  Choose from nineteen gradient shades and knit a pair or two!





Finished Size: 25.5 cm/10 ins x 19 cm/7 1/2 ins

Yarn: 100g Poems Sock by Wisdom Yarns (col #958)

Needles: 2.75 mm double point set

Tension: 32 sts and 40 rows = 10 cm/4 ins

Right Wrist Sock-

Cast on 60 sts, and divide evenly onto three needles.  Join in round, being careful not to twist sts over needle.  Place a marker on first st.

Work in knit rounds for 20 cm/8 ins.

Thumb Opening-

With a scrap piece of fingering weight yarn in a contrast colour, knit across first 10 sts, slip these 10 sts back onto left needle, now knit across these 10 sts in main yarn, continue across round (scrap yarn will be removed later). Work in knit rounds until 25.5 cm/10 ins.  Cast off all sts purlways on next round.  Remove scrap yarn carefully and place 10 sts from bottom of opening on a needle and 10 sts from top of opening on a second needle.  Divide sts onto three needles, rejoin yarn and work in knit rounds until thumb measures 2.5 cm/1 ins or desired length.  Cast off all sts purlways on next round.

Left Wrist Sock-

Make a second wrist sock to match, working thumb opening over last 10 sts instead of first 10 sts.

Design by: Michele Meadows