Agatha Socks Knitting Pattern ~ Digital Pattern
Agatha Socks Knitting Pattern ~ Digital Pattern
Agatha Socks Knitting Pattern ~ Digital Pattern
Agatha Socks Knitting Pattern ~ Digital Pattern
Orange chicken pecking at the grass with Agatha socks being worn in the blurred background.

Agatha Socks Knitting Pattern ~ Digital Pattern

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The Agatha Socks pattern is available as a digital download!

Please note digital products cannot be returned or refunded.

Whether worn on your feet or folded away in your sock drawer you will love the look and feel of these scrumptious socks. The soft textured pattern provides a lot of stretch that when worn, opens into a beautiful criss-cross lattice.

Discovered by none other than The Yarn Harlot, Agatha Socks, are now a confirmed favorite of sock knitters all over the world!

These cuff-down socks are a fun, quick and engaging knit. They are named for one of my chickens, Agatha, who often escapes the safety of the coop preferring to forage in the woods doing her own thing.

The pattern offers instructions for knitting a medium or large 66/72 cuff on US 1.5. A small may be achieved by knitting 66 sts on a US 1 or smaller. Ball of foot circumference for small/med/large = 7.75”/8.75”/9.5”

Instructions are provided in written and chart form. Suggested skill level is Adventurous Beginner +.

*Your digital pattern is sent via email and is not refundable.

 

Recommended yarn: any solid or tonal sock yarn including Rambler (available in kits!), West Yorkshire Spinners 4ply, or Jagger Spun Mousam Falls.  All are available here at The Woolly Thistle.

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A.

I am planning to knit this as part of a sock KAL! Love the pattern instructions, theyre easy to read and follow

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Bridget

Great pattern, can't wait to cast on

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Karen
Will Make Again and Again!

I am a newer knitter looking for a slightly more challenging project than just knit/pearl. This pattern looked complicated at first glance, but with Corinne’s helpful accompanying video, it is simple and you will use a variety of stitches. (Just don’t lose your place)
I am using WYS 4-ply Rum Punch yarn and 2.75 sock rocket circular needles.
The sock is nice and stretchy. I used a multi colored yarn, but I am liking the solid color look better than multi.
This pattern is quick, easy, and fun! I will make more socks with this pattern. Try it for yourself!