Wood Nymph pattern by This Handmade Life
Wood Nymphs are magical beings that live in the forests and woodlands. This sock pattern incorporates a lovely leaf lace stitch inspired by such creatures.
Knitting Pattern – Stunning Flower Power Socks
I saw these Flower Power socks by Ravelry user SaskiaBr last week and I can’t get them out of my head, they’re so lovely and such a perfect knit for this time of year. The project used …
This sock with its ornate cuff, and simple leg and foot, is perfect for showing off beautiful gradient yarns. KnitCircus Thrilling yarn comes divided into two cakes, allowing the knitter to easily achieve a matched pair.Select the size depending on your desired foot and ankle measurement. Socks should fit with negative ease, so select a finished size that is 1.5-2.5” smaller than the actual circumference of the foot and ankle. The length of the foot is customizable.The sample shown was knit…
Leopard Spots pattern by Betty Salpekar
Knit from the bottom (sole) up using the magic loop technique. Kid Silk Haze is carried along on the sole to reinforce it and to make it extra soft and warm. The socks are knit in two hand dyed colors using the stranded technique. The third color (center spots) was added after the knitting was completed using a dye painting technique, also described in the book (on pages 156-161).
Lucky Sunflower socks knitting pattern | Etsy
Knitting pattern only This sock knitting pattern was inspired by my favourite late Summer flower, the sunflower. Appearing in August, it has been said if you pick a sunflower at sunset it will bring you good luck the next day. Maybe this luck occurs when wearing a pair of hand knitted sunflower socks too… These socks are knit from the cuff down with a 1 x 1 ribbed cuff, an eye of partridge heel-flap and gusset (alternative heels can be substituted) and have a section of colourwork on the leg…
Woodland Sage Socks pattern by verybusymonkey
I am usually ready for spring as soon as fall is ending, but unfortunately (for me), I have to get through winter first. Now winters are not really very bad here in Northern California, but we do get rain and with horses rain = mud, which is not fun. What better way to cheer up gloomy, rainy (or snowy depending on where you are!) days than with some bright and cheerful socks! These symmetrical, top-down socks are created using a combination of lace, slipped stitches and cables. The pattern…
Chrysanthemum frutescens Socks pattern by Hunter Hammersen
Curiosity cabinets were collections of wonderful objects brought together to inspire, delight, and inform. Presented here, in this first volume of the series, is a knitter’s interpretation of a curiosity cabinet. It is an assemblage of lace and cables and ribbings (instead of the more traditional rocks and shells and leaves) that have been brought together to create 20 new patterns. Inside you’ll find ten socks, two hats, three cuffs, three cowls, and two shawls. There’s sure to be something…
Sacre du Printemps pattern by Caoua Coffee
“Le Sacre du Printemps” (the Rite of Spring), a ballet by Igor Stravinsky, depicts the power and savage beauty of the arriving spring as a wild dancing celebration. The pattern of this sock pictures the cracking earth with the first sprouts emerging and at the same time you can imagine an intertwining whirlwind of dance.
Dogwood Trees pattern by Karin Aida
Dogwoods are springtime. Where I grew up, there was a big dogwood tree right outside my house. I haven’t seen many where I live now, so I made myself some.