Meet the Twig & Horn Sock Sizing Ruler, designed with your sock knitting needs in mind! Whether you’re working toe up or cuff down, it makes it easy to tackle your next sock project with accuracy and precision. The Sock Sizing Ruler features a center slot opening that’s perfect for measuring as you knit—simply slip the ruler into your sock, peek through the middle, and make sure both the front and back are level and at the same height.
A carefully drilled hole at the top of the ruler enables you to:
Hold stitch markers
Hang the ruler for storage
Keep stitch holders close at hand
Work with multiple yarns (e.g. for colorwork); you can tag the colors and tie them through the hole to use as reference
Stay organized! (keep needed tools close at hand)
Intuitive design meets a clean, modern aesthetic with beautiful graphics, cleanly labeled measurements, and shoe sizing guides for your reference. The Sock Sizing Ruler is crafted using high-quality MDF board made with 100% recycled/recovered, FSC certified wood content. Eco-friendly, yet sturdy in construction, this ruler stands the test of time and holds up to plenty of use without warping or cupping.
Measures in both metric & inches
Center slot opening allows for a more accurate measurement
European shoe sizing on the left, and US men/women on the right
Rounded at the bottom, so it can fit into the heel from either the top or the toe
Crafted from high-quality MDF board made with 100% recycled/recovered, FSC certified wood content
Made in the USA
Product measures 35cm x 7.5cm wor 14" x 3"
How to Use:
Use the center slot opening to measure as you knit—simply slip the ruler into your sock, peek through the middle, and make sure both the front and back are level and at the same height.
For knitting toe-up, use this ruler to measure:
From toe to start of heel
From finished heel to start of cuff
Length of cuff
For knitting cuff-down, use this ruler to measure:
Length of cuff
From top of cuff to start of heel flap
From finished heel to start of decrease for toe
Additionally, you can use the ruler as a quick reference for measuring gauge as well as referencing shoe size.