The Dragonscale Lace sock is the first pattern I wrote for the foot. It is customisable, meaning you can scale it to fit the foot of the wearer, both length and width.
There are detailed instructions for caculating stitch pattern widths and heel turn stitch counts.
The sock uses a double stitch method for the German Short Row heel which created a tightly meshed heel which everyone can enjoy. This pattern creates a very comfortable sock which will be a joy to wear. I have made several of them.
The instructions are written out in full with charts for all lace sections in the sock. There is a group at Yarn Jugglers, on Facebook, who are ready to help you out if you have any queries. You are sure to have great success with this pattern.
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Needles: 2.75 mm (US 2) 40-60 cm (16-24”) circular needles for magic loop knitting.
Yarn: 50g/ 200m (or more) of Fingering/ sock weight yarn.
Notions: Tapestry needle, stitch markers.