Coyote Ridge Knit Anklet Pattern
Step out in style this summer in a lacy anklet that is as fun to knit as it looks. Inspired by the undulating hogback ridges dotted with varying shades of shale and colorful prairie grasses at Coyote Ridge Natural Area, these textured lace peds captivate.
The featured stitch pattern is presented in both written and charted formats and is easy to memorize. The arch is fit snuggly to prevent slipping or turning. The pattern is given in one size due to the large pattern repeat, but adjusting the gauge will create varying sizes. It is written for socks knit from the top down on two circular needles with a reverse wrapped short row heel and traditional wedge toe. Experienced sock knitters can easily convert the pattern to other techniques and substitute favorite heels and toes as desired.
- Skill Level: Intermediate
- Sizes: 1 sizes fits 8-9 inch ankle circumferences, with guidance for other sizes provided
- Yarn Requirements: Crystal Palace Panda Wool, 1 each, Basil Curry and Saffron, 46% Bamboo, 43% Wool, 11% Nylong, 170 yds/50 gms
- Needles: 2 - US 1.5 2.5 mm Circular Needles of 16 inches or
greater length or size needed to obtain gauge of 9 st/in in St st
This pattern is recommended for intermediate knitters who have prior experience knitting socks. You should know how to knit in the round, purl, ssk, k2tog, sl 1, psso, yo, wrap stitches, and Kitchner stitch.