This is a digital download of the Wabakimi Socks pattern, NOT a finished product.
Wabakimi is named after Wabakimi Provincial Park located in Northern Ontario, Canada. The word Wabakimi is thought to originate from the Ojibway/Ojibwe word “Waubishkaugimi” meaning “whitewater”. The Wabakimi socks are designed after the Wabakimi Hat. They are an universal fit using Ritual Fingering yarn, a 100% merino wool by Thought to Thread. The design features twisted rib stitch that resembles old log cabins, divided by garter ridge to create texture. The socks are knit cuff down with a heel flap and gusset. These socks are made for sitting around a campfire.
Size: A (B, C) | 56 (64, 72) sts 7 (8, 9)” | 18 (20.5, 23) cm Gauge: In the round: 4” (10 cm) = 32 stitches x 52 rounds in (K1TBL, P1) twisted rib Gauge is blocked
Recommended Needles: 2.75 mm | US 1 9” or 32” circular for magic loop, DPN