Stripes, diamonds, twists, and slips, it’s all right here in one little fun package! Worked top-down these socks are a great project for on-the-go knitting… and all those pops of color? Let’s play and knit at the same time! This pattern is a part of the Spring Forward / Fall 2015 Collection. See the complete ebook and
Ruusujuuri socks are knitted toe up. Both the toe and the heel turn are worked in Eye of Partridge to match the thickness of the stranded colorwork parts of the sock. Should you prefer not to use any beads, they can be substituted with yet another contrast color.
The “First Snowfall Socks” are inspired by the first snowfall, that came early this year in the beginning of November. It made me want to cuddle up under a warm blanket, drink a cup of hot tea and knit a pair of cozy colourwork socks with a snowflake pattern.
Simple, little evergreens march in fair isle 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.