There are two versions to this pattern - Straight Laced and Twisted. The Straight Laced pattern features a panel that continues from the top of the foot to the toe. The Twisted version has traveling ribs that begin at the heel flap and travel across the top of the foot.
Rusetein koristetut pitsivillasukat.
Viimainen tuuli. Takkatulen lämpö. Nyt on taas aika neuloa! Herttainen. Söpö. Pitsi & Rusetti. Nämä sukat syntyvät helposti, kun lisäät perinteiseen villasukkaan vain pitsireunuksen ja viimeistelet ruseteilla! Varressa on Novitan pitsivillasukka ohjeesta vain yläosa, jonka jälkeen jatkoin tavallista 2 oikein, 2 nurin neulosta. Lanka: Seitsemän veljestä, vaalean ruskea. 48 silmukkaa: alussa ohjeen mukaan 16s 3:lla puikolla, pitsin jälkeen 12s 4:lle puikolle Puikot 3.5 Neulomiisiin; Virve
Stained Glass Bubble Socks
It's finally official. Meet the cousin of the Stained Glass Bubble Hat & Scarf: These colorful socks are worked toe up with short-row garter-stitch heels and toes. Bubbles ripple across the top of the foot and encircle the leg; the foot sole is a comfortable stockinette fabric. An example of dropped-stitch mosaic knitting, this pattern combines the look of two-color knitting with the ease and speed of only ever knitting one color per round. And, of the six rounds of pattern for one row of…
#FreeYourSkeins2015 Day 32: ‘Evergreen Socks’ by Madeline Gannon
Great in green – or any colour! The ‘Evergreen Socks’ have been on the radar since a wave of casting on of this pattern on Christmas Eve in a knit-along. The perfect mix of simple…
Check Meowt! Cat, Owl, and Panda Knee High Socks pattern by Lauren Riker
You can count on everyone checking you out when you rock these amazingly awesome animal knee high socks! Not only will people admire your extraordinary knitting talent, they will be complimenting you on how adorable you look too! This super fun sock pattern features 3 animals to choose from, including a Cat, an Owl, and a Panda Bear. Each animal sock features a cute and clever message on the heel, including “Meow”, “Hoot!” and “Rawr”, as well as a pair of sweet little animal ears that poke…
Vineyard Kneehighs pattern by Barb Brown
The design for these knee-highs was inspired by pictures of garments from Eastern Europe at the turn of the 20th century. The shaping pattern was adapted from an embroidered shirt from Russian, and the stripe from a border on a knitted sweater from Latvia. They are named “Vineyard” because the design and colours remind me of orderly fields of grapes in the sun.
How I Converted the Bayerische Socks to Toe-Up
Toe Cast on 14 sts using Turkish Cast-On (28 sts total). Knit 1 row across, then increase 1 st at each end of both needles every other row 11 times (36 sts on e