Chili Pepper Socks
After knitting over one hundred pairs of socks I picked my favorite elements and combined them into my perfect sock. Give them a try and see if they do not soon become one of your favorites!
Sock It To Me Shoe Size to Sock Length Conversion Guide, Knitting Equipment
If you knit socks for gifts, " Sock It To Me Shoe Size to Sock Length Conversion Guide" offers information on making the perfect socks for everyone
This sock is built on a easily remembered 4 stitch, 4 row pattern repeat that works up the top of the foot, and up the whole leg. The use of slipped stitches means this fabric has a nice, fitted and cozy feel, that still stretches to accommodate everything a good pair of socks should!
Magician's Shortie Socks
Magic tricks are fun and engaging, just like this shortie sock pattern! And a magician’s best trick is keeping you guessing ‘how did they do it?’ This fun lace design is worked over an easy to memorize 4-row repeat that may seem complicated, but really isn’t, and will result in a fast knit that is sure to impress.
Simple, little evergreens march in formation across the contrast-color toe of the Charlie socks. Add to this an easy triple-wedge heel, striped cuff, and a gorgeous tweed yarn, and you have a perfect sock for hiking a wooded trail or lounging by a crackling fire! Sized for you to knit for guys and gals.
Free pattern Friday: Self-Important Socks
(Photos: Deborah Kemball) These gorgeous socks were just published to Ravelry this week and are designed by one of our very own customers! Self-Important Socks by the lovely Deborah Kemball are knit with ARTFIL Belle and feature a two-colour rib, a simple fair isle motif, and the use of high-contrast hues to create socks that beg to be noticed! The…
Basic Socks on a tiny circular needle: A sock miracle!
***New**** I've created a gorgeous printable PDF of these instructions along with an original design for Canadian Juliet socks! Here is the link to find it: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/smitten-socks Stranded patterns available too! Here is the link to find them: https://www.ravelry.com/designers/julie-coffey Size: Ladies medium Materials: ~300 yards fingerling weight sock yarn, pictured in the top photo is…
Make Your Heels Strong
The “Strong heel” was developed by Gerdine Crawford-Strong and first published in the Fall 2003 issue of Knitter’s Magazine. This heel does not require picking up stitches along a heel flap. Because of the constructions it is not the snuggest fitting heel, which is why I have chosen to work it in a 2x2 rib instead of using the more common stockinette.