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Treble Jig Legwarmers
CategorySocks and Gloves
Est. Yards300 - 600
CommunicationRavelry - Group or Direct Message
Payment Notes: Testers will receive the published pattern in their Ravelry library, plus a coupon code for their choice of any of my single patterns
Yarn Requirements325 yds/298m of worsted weight yarn in a wool or wool blend (sample shown was knit using Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Worsted). Any color that shows the texture and cable pattern clearly.
Sizes Availableone size: finished measurements - 8.5"/21.25cm around and 14"/35cm long, not stretched They will fit a wide range of calf sizes for teens and adults due to the natural stretch of the pattern. Photos show a dancer/model with 16"/40cm calves at their widest point.
Skills RequiredCables Working in the Round
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- 325yds/298 m of worsted weight yarn (sample was knit using Knit Picks Wool of the Andes), preferably wool or a wool blend
- 4.5 mm/US 7 needles to knit in the round, or size needed to obtain gauge
- locking st marker(s): 1 for beginning of rnd and 3 others to mark chart repeats if you desire them
- cable needle
- tapestry needle (for weaving in ends)
in K2,P2 ribbing, unstretched, 30 sts and 24 rnds = 4”/10cm
blocked: 17 sts (1 repeat of the pattern) = 2.25”/5.5 cm & 20 rnds (5 repeats of the pattern) = 3”/7.5 cm
Skills needed for this pattern
- comfortable knitting in the round in your preferred way
- familiarity with knitting cables
This pattern includes both written and charted instructions.
This pattern has been tech edited prior to testing.
I love to hear from my testers. This can be as simple as letting me know what row you’ve gotten to, or posting a current picture in the thread. Once every week is enough but don’t feel you’re limited to that. I encourage chatter.
I require a project page including the yarn and needles used, the final yardage used, and a completed photo. I also ask that you link your project to the pattern page as well; I will message you the test link code to copy and paste into the Pattern Name field.
If you’re in the habit of including more on your project pages (in progress photos, comments about the pattern/recipient/colorway chosen/yarn behavior), please do so.