Pattern Types: Socks

Ardelis

By Corrina Ferguson As described by the designer: ‘The Ardelis Socks features spiraling eyelet lace that is mirrored and ends on the tops of the feet. Worked up in one skein of Dragonfly Fibers Dragon Sock in Summer Harvest, the spiraling lace pattern helps the socks stay up on your legs.’

Saki Lite

By Nell Ziroli As described by the designer: ‘The Saki slipper now comes in a Fingering-Weight Version! Its the same great one piece construction, slimmed down to wear with your clogs. Begin with a wrapped provisional style cast on then work in magic loop and end flat with a heel tab or i-cord loop.’

Celestial Socks

By Rosi Garmendia As described by the designer: ‘The pattern on the instep and toe is mirrored for right foot and left foot. The cuff can be left unfolded if the days are chilly.’ These socks are knit from the top down.

Echinacea

By Kirsten Hall As described by the designer: ‘Worked cuff-down, the textured lace pattern creates a wave, a flower, leaves, and eyelets. A traditional heel flap supports the lace, and traveling stitches with tiny flowers along the sides show off mildly painted yarns. Written instructions guide you through the construction, but the stitch patterns are …

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Birchwood

By Katie Degroff As described by the designer: ‘Birchwood features a slipped stitch cable with arrows and strong lines that would appeal to a man. The sizing is also geared toward a larger foot, if you would like to knit this in a smaller size I would suggest using a lighter fingering weight and going …

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