Do you remember that time in school when the math teacher draw a geometric form on the black bored and you had to calculate the circumference or surface of that form?
I loved that part of math the most. The fun to know the surface of a random strange object and applying it to real life.
But weather you hated math or loved it, this socks bring back the simplest forms and puts them on a sock leg.
The motives are only worked on the outside of the socks and are worked in the roositude inlay method.
Size: Foot length: 23 25.5, 28cm (9 10, 11 inches), notes for adjusting the size included.
Needles: 2.5mm (US 1 1/2) circular needles or DPN
Yarn: 2 skein Regia 4-ply or other fingering weight yarn (210m / 230 yards) and up to 6 different contrrast colours 1m (1 yard) each.
Difficulty: basic sock knitting, description and video-help for roositude inlay included.