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Koto Kit (published in issue 24)

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Koto is a pair of socks that would make anyone who has visited Kyoto smile and hit their knees.

The intersecting pattern created by the front and back stitches is based on the image of Kyoto's grid pattern, and the bottom of the toes and heels are embroidered with knitted "bubu hail". The casual "Bubu Arare" is a hassle that only you can understand. It also serves as a pre-darning role to reinforce in advance.
Since it is knitted with amirisu Trek, the pattern comes out clearly and neatly. It has a refreshing feel and is stretchy to fit around your legs.

Start knitting from the toes. Knit the chart pattern on the front of the sock, from the instep to the leg. Knit the heel gusset, create the bottom with flechage knitting, and knit the heel flap. The heel flap and the back of the leg are knitted in a continuous rib pattern, and the cuff is knitted with twisted elastic. Optional knitted embroidery on the bottom of the toe and heel.

Kit contents
MC: amirisu Trek 1 case

CC is not included in the kit as it is only used in very small amounts.
Use any leftover thread that you have on hand.

This kit only sells thread and does not come with a pattern. Please purchase together with amirisu24 .

Kit details
designed by Yucca

Finished size
Foot circumference 1 (2, 3) = 18.5 (19.5, 22) cm
Allowance (Fit Measurement): Fit 3.5 to 4 cm below the actual size of the foot

Thread used
Amirisu Trek (100% merino wool; 382 yards / 100g)

needle to use
1 x US 0 (2.0 mm), 80 cm (or longer) circular needle

Or, a needle with a thickness that allows the gauge to be taken

Other tools , binding needles, stitch number markers (2)

Notes

The sample colors are MC: madder dyeing (light), CC: madder dyeing (dark)
The sample color kit will be sold at a later date when it becomes available.