Find the bundled Hip to be Square Ebook here!
Ever become obsessed with a fabric you’ve created with your yarn and needles and want to use it with absolutely everything? That’s the rabbit hole I fell down while participating in another round of the Artesanitarium Design Challenge. For this round of the challenge, our prompt was to combine two design features - After a vote with the rhyFlower test team, we decided to go forth with texture and colorwork. This was going to be a challenge for me indeed! Colorwork is not one of my stronger skills, but I agreed to go with whatever the team had chosen, so the ball was in their court! - I fell so in love with the colors and textures of Hip to be Square that I couldn’t stop knitting it and went from a cowl design to adding in a hat and mittens too.
Worked in the round, Hip to be Square consists of written directions, charts, & detailed instructions for the techniques used.
• US4 (3.5 mm) 24” (64 cm) circular needle, or size required to obtain gauge
• Tapestry needle
• Stitch marker
• Color A: 334 yds (306 m) fingering weight
• Color B: 7 yds (6.5 m) fingering weight
• Color C: 7 yds (6.5 m) fingering weight
• Color D: 7 yds (6.5 m) fingering weight
• Color E: 7 yds (6.5 m) fingering weight
• Color F: 7 yds (6.5 m) fingering weight
Log House Cottage – Squishy Sock 8-ply
80% Merino 20% Nylon 420 yds/115 g
Color A: Before Midnight – Full Spectrum
Color B, C, D, E, & F: Mini skeins from 2017 Log House Cottage Advent Calendar
26 Stitches by 32 rows worked in the round in stockinette stitch = 4” (10 cm) on US4 (3.5 mm) needles, before blocking.
Approximately 18” (46 cm) circumference, 18” (46 cm) in length after blocking, without the neckline folded.
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This pattern from rhyFlower Knits has been through testing and tech edited to ensure a high level of quality. All digital products are non-refundable.