Knitting on the Road has two patterns using Koigu.
New England Socks use Koigu merino 50g = 175 yd
Travelers Stockings use Koigu premium merino 50g = 176 yd <-- note the extra yard The following gauges are based on circular stockinette:
|New England||Travelers||My first sock|
|stitches per 2 inches||18 st||18 st||18 st|
|rounds per 2 inches||24||28||27|
Why the difference in row gauge from the two patterns in the book? I checked for errata. There are a few small corrections to the New England socks, but nothing about the gauge being wrong. No corrections posted on the Travelers Stocking.
Are Koigu Merino and Koigu Premium Merino different yarns? If I wanted to knit either of these patterns, should I stick to my 2.25mms?