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These socks let in some light. And some air. These socks are perfect for summer nights when you need to keep your feet warm, but not too warm. They also make for a fun, quick knit! The pattern is worked from the top down with a patterned heel flap and gradually disappearing pattern on the top of the foot. The entire sock is then finished up nicely with a toe that is Kitchener stitched closed.

NEEDLES 
1 set 2.25mm (US size 1) needles in preferred needle style for working in the round 

NOTIONS 
• Stitch markers (2) 
• Tapestry needle

GAUGE 
8 sts/ 12 rows = 1 inch/ 2.5 centimetres in Stockinette Stitch in the round measured after blocking 
10 sts/ 12 rows = 1 inch/ 2.5 centimetres in pattern stitch in the round measured after blocking

SKILLS 
• Knit 
• Purl 
• Decreases 
• Increases 
• Kitchener Stitch 
• Working in the round 
• Short rows

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