The Architexture Sock

The Golden Gate Bridge was on the horizon of my childhood, gleaming in my imagination.

The Architexture Sock

I designed a simple Herringbone sock pattern that evokes memories of the cool fog of San Francisco rolling across the Bay, the iconic red arches veiled in grey. Featuring a German Short Row Heel, quick stitch pattern, and simple Knit-Front-And-Back toe, these socks are a breeze to knit. Step out into the world of sock knitting with confidence and experience the quiet adventure of creating.

Yarn 
1/1/2/2 skeins Berroco Vintage 217 yards (198 meters), 3.5 oz (100 grams)]

Gauge 
11 stitches, 16 rows = 2” (5 cm)

Notions 
Bodkin, stitch marker, measuring tape

Needles 
1 pair of circular US 4 – 3.5 mm, 36” (91 cm) cable or longer (2 pairs of needles if not doing Magic Loop Method)

Sizes 
Narrow – 7.5” (19 cm), Medium – 8.5” (21.5 cm), Wide – 9.5” (24 cm), 
Extra Wide – 10.5” (26.5 cm) circumference of the ball of foot

Techniques Used – with tutorials in pattern 
Knit, Purl, knitting in the round, Judy’s Magic Cast-on, German Short Row (making and knitting double stitches), Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind-off, Sense of adventure

Level 
Intermediate

Find the pattern on Ravelry.