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Odin's Eye Kit - Yarn & Pattern

Odin's Eye Kit - Yarn & Pattern

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Pattern by Karin Walthinsen - Enchanted Forest Fibers

These toe-up socks are designed to be quick since they use DK-weight yarn.They are a mirror image of each other with a simple cable going from toe the toe and expanding seamlessly into the cuff.

The socks have a bit of negative ease and the leg portion can easily be knit in any length. If you only have 100 grams of yarn available, it is wise to divide it in half by weight to make the most out of your yardage.

The cast-on used is a Figure-8 Cast-on. The pattern contains a link to a tutorial.

Finished Measurements:
To fit approx. foot circumference of 7 (8, 9)” /17.5 (20.5, 22.5) cm

The pattern requires only one skein of DK weight (8 ply) yarn.

You will get a code to download the pattern from Ravelry with your yarn.

This is the Ravelry link if you would like more information about the pattern or to see how others have knit them up.

    • 1 code to download the pattern from Ravelry (Printed copy not available)
    • 1 x 100 gram skein of NFA Tweedy DK Sock - Fibres - 85% Australian Superwash Merino 19.5 micron, 15% Nylon


    • 1 x 100 gram skein of NFA Merino DK Sock
    Weight - DK (8 ply)
    Meterage - 224 meters (244 yards)
    Unit weight -100 grams (3.53 ounces)
    Gauge - 5.5 sts = 1 inch
    Needle size - 3.75 - 4.50mm (US 5-7) recommended


    Care - Handwash only We recommend that all our hand dyed yarns are hand washed in cool or tepid water and dried flat for best care.

    Hand-dyed in small batches in Brisbane, Australia. We try to represent colourways as accurately as possible in our product photos. Colours may vary slightly from skein to skein, even within the same dyelot, which is the nature of hand-dyeing. If you buy more than one, we will do our best to match them up. Please ensure you buy enough to finish your project as future dyelots may have subtle differences. We also recommend that you alternate between skeins every few rows on larger projects.