The DEW DROPLET socks feature a delicate cable and eyelet pattern that is not only beautiful and easy to work, but also a variation of ribbing. This makes the socks fit nice and snug.
Worked cuff-down and with an adjustable heel flap and gusset construction the DEW DROPLET socks are easy to adapt to your needs. The pattern comes in four sizes and includes tips on how to modify the instructions to get a sock that fits you perfectly.

View the Ravelry pattern page here.

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Two pieces of fabric with measurements on the side.


1 (2, 3, 4)
with a finished foot circumference of
12.5 (17, 21, 25.5) cm
5 (6.75, 8.25, 10) “

The DEW DROPLET socks are intended to be worn with 2-4cm / 0.75-1.5” negative ease around the largest part of your foot.

A ball of yarn with knitting needles stuck in it.


65 (80, 100, 120)g of Schachenmayr Regia 4-ply (50g, 210m / 230yds, 75% virgin wool, 25% polyamide) in color 02137

Please note that these values are only estimates. Changes in yarn or gaugeas well as changes to the pattern can result in a different yardage.

An abtracted illustration of a gauge swatch.


38 sts and 48 rounds = 10cm / 4" in main pattern measured after washing and without stretching the fabric (the purl stitches are included even if they are not visible while measuring)

Two knitting needles lying on top of each other.


2mm needles (or size to obtain gauge with)

A scissor and a stitch holder.


A tapestry needle or crochet hook to weave in the ends, one removeable marker and five stitch markers.

A piece of knitting fabric still on one needle


  • knit and purl stitches
  • working flat
  • working in the round
  • working decreases
  • working cables and eyelets
  • German Twisted Cast-On (video tutorial included)