Pi socks pattern
Get ready for March 14—pi day—or any day you'd like some math fun! The stripe pattern in these socks is based on pi and inspired by my math geek husband. The non-repeating sequence of pi makes it easy to customize length for boot socks, knee socks, or longer! These socks can be knit in a sport weight yarn at a very tight gauge for thick and warm boot socks or in a luxurious fingering weight yarn for a sock of pure indulgence. Product: printed knitting pattern in full color.
Sizes: Foot circumference for medium (8”) and large (9”), length is customizable
Yarn: Boot socks shown in Black Sheep Creamery Chehalis 275 yd / 100 g, 2 skeins (1 skein each of purple and natural white)
Knee socks shown in YOTH Yarns Little Brother 435 yd / 100 g, 2 skeins (1 skein each of saba and oyster)
Worked in the round from cuff down with written instructions
Gauge note: These socks are knitted at the same gauge for either yarn choice. The Black Sheep Creamery Chehalis yarn is knit at a very tight gauge for comfortable and thick boot sock. The YOTH Yarns Little Brother yarn is knit at a firm gauge for a luxurious and wearable sock.
This is the first pattern in the “math” series.
This listing is for the printed pattern. E-pattern is available here: pi socks e-pattern.