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DK Mirrored Socks - Knitting Pattern


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The Mirrored Socks are a shortie, Dk version of my pattern, Mirror Image Socks. They feature a braided cable down the center of the foot surrounded by lots of texture! These socks work up very quickly and use less that one skein of Dk weight yarn.


S(M,L) 8”(9”, 10.5”) circumference. When measuring foot, make sure to measure at the widest part of your foot to ensure proper fit!

Suggested Yarn:

170-200 yards of dk weight yarn of your choice.

Suggested Needles:
3.25mm 9” circulars, 32” (for magic loop method) or 3.25mm DPNs for small circumference knitting.


2 stitch markers, weaving needle, scissors.

Techniques featured:

knit stitches, purl stitches, slipped stitches, cables, charted instructions, heel flap & gusset, kitchener stitch for toe, cuff down sock knitting.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted

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