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Chirality Socks




Chirality Socks

Pattern: Chirality by Star Athena
Yarn: KnitPicks Risata (Black, Waterslide)
Needle: US 1 – 2.25 mm
Ravelry Link: Click here

Chirality Socks

Striped sole! There's also a slip stitch seam up the middle I didn't take a picture of.

I had a ton of fun making these socks, at least until I got past the gusset. Then it felt absolutely grueling. You just want to be DONE, you know?

I modified the patter to take out the strips of  main color (which in my case is the blue) between each zigzag design. I wanted a nice tiled look instead of the bands of design like a true mosaic.  Because of this, my heel flap is shorter and I had to modify the gusset a bit.

This yarn was neat to use and is really stretchy. I didn’t block the socks at all because I wanted to wear them right away, and the yarn is loosening up on its own. I’m actually hoping they will tighten back up after a wash & dry because they are a bit loose after a day of wear.

This was originally presented as a mystery sock, so I got a clue per week in January and took pictures as I completed each one.

Chirality Clue 1

Clue 1: The Cuff

Chirality Clue 2

Clue 2: The Leg

Chirality Clue 3

Clue 3: The Heel & Gusset


  1. These look great! I love them.

  2. Oh, totally agree… Love these colors together!! I am for sure going to have to do something with black and blue..

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