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No Room For Ravers, Lazy Sunday Knitted and Beaded Socks by Jane Burns


Relax and unwind with the deceptively simple No Room for Ravers – though it features cables and beads, the seemingly complex patterning is achieved with a mere 8-row pattern repeat. Knit from the cuff down, with a gusset and heel flap, these socks will soon be off your needles and warming your toes. For a luxurious feel, I chose to make these in Hayton 4ply, which includes cosy cashmere in the blend.

This cuff-down sock pattern, with a gusset, heel flap and grafted toe, contains step-by-step instructions for the easy crochet hook method of beading (which avoids the need to pre-thread all the beads at once), and a useful tutorial. Beading is optional of course! And if you intend wearing your lovely socks with closed shoes, I suggest omitting the beads on the foot section.

Treat yourself and your feet to a pair of indulgent beaded socks, because you’re worth it!

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Suggested yarn: Eden Cottage Hayton 4ply

Gauge: 34 sts x 42 rows = 10cm in stocking stitch

Needle size: US 1 – 2.25mm

Crochet hook: US 13 – 0.75mm

Also needed:

  • Size 6/0 seed beads, Debbie Abrahams, colour 40, approx. 50 beads.
  • Stitch markers

Sizes: S, M, L, XL

The finished foot circumference of these socks is 17.5cm/7” (S), 19cm/7.5” (M), 20cm/8” (L) and 21.5cm/8.5” (XL), to fit foot circumference 19.5cm/7.75”, 21cm/8.25”, 22cm/8.75” and 23.5cm/9.25”.

Skills needed:

  • Knitting in the round
  • Twisted stitch ribbing
  • Beading
  • Decreasing
  • Cables
  • Top down
  • Heel flap and gusset sock construction


No Room For Ravers, Lazy Sunday Knitted and Beaded Socks by Jane Burns

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