Riven Socks are wonderfully simple to make and are what I think to be the perfect socks for warmer weather because of the open work used in the leg and the foot. Although the name implies that fabric is torn, the holes in the pattern are intentional and actually allow for better-fitting socks in the long run. Don’t let the look of the socks-in-progress fool you at first
as they may seem completely different from any others you might have made. Once your foot is in them, you will wonder where these socks have been all your life!
This is a CROCHET Pattern.
The pattern is written out in full and includes schematics, stitch chart, and stitch counts.
The pattern has been professionally tech edited. 5 Pages.
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300 - 400 yards fingering weight / sock yarn
Sample uses Happy Fuzzy Yarns Corrie Sock Yarn (75% Superwash Corriedale wool / 25% Nylon; 4 oz / 114g = 435 yds / 395 m) Color: Cinnamon
20 esc = 4 inches (blocked)
Size C/2 (3.0 mm) and Size B (2.5 mm) Crochet Hook or size needed for gauge
Small 6.5 inches fits circumference up to 7.5 inches Medium 7.5 inches fits circumference up to 8.5 inches Large 8.5 inches fits circumference up to 9.5 inches X-Large 9.5 inches fits circumference up to 10.5 inches