Wisps of ocean mist swirl and twist across waves and over rocks, just like the cable pattern in this pair of socks. Two of the cables continue to the toe, while the others fade into the heel, much like the ocean mist when it touches the shore. Inspired by the beautiful scenery around Vancouver Island, this pattern provides a relaxing, yet interesting knit. And everyone needs a pair of classic cable socks, especially at the coast.
Step up your cold weather style with Entangled Boot Cuffs. With their longer length, Entangled Boot Cuffs work well with a variety of boots - from ankle to knee-high. Wear these versatile boot cuffs four ways: Cables up, cables cuffed over, ribbing up, or ribbing cuffed over. One pair of cuffs – four different looks!
Spring is here!!! Add a cute pop of color to your rainboots (or fall boots!) with some cozy boot liners. Stirruped at the bottom to prevent riding and also keep your toes from overheating, these liners will add a fun detail to your rainboots that’s just the perfect thing for a rainy day.
Socks that put a spring into your step. If you are a bit like me, colour makes you smile and these socks are radiating spring in all it‘s glory: sunshine, bees, buttercups and dandelions. Slipped stitches form the pattern of these socks in various ways: as rays on the foot and in the cuff‘s honeycomb pattern.
This is a toe-up women’s sock pattern for small (61 stitches) to medium (69 stitches) feet. A central breast cancer ribbon travelling stitch section is bordered by a simple lace pattern, more travelling stitches and a ittle bit of rib. The lace and rib give the pattern extra ease.
“And Then There Were None” is a cabled pattern inspired by the Agatha Christie novel of the same name. In the novel, ten people who had been involved in the death(s) of other human beings but either escaped notice or were not subject to legal repercussions, are tricked into coming to an island. Although they are the only people on the island, and cannot escape due to bad weather, each guest is killed in a manner seeming to parallel the deaths described in the nursery rhyme “Ten Little…
This top-down sock uses a lace pattern that is easy to remember and quick to knit, making this a perfect summer knitting project. And you might even consider wearing these light and airy socks in the summer months. Worked in a pretty summer colour, they are reminiscent of flowers in the garden.
These socks are the first in a series of patterns inspired by one of the greatest sitcoms of all time: How I Met Your Mother. This design is based on Ted Mosby’s character and was knit for my dear Fiasco (a.k.a. fiancé), who often displays his own hopeless-romantic, Ted-like tendencies.
Inspired by a traditional Norwegian stitch pattern, these socks feature an allover stitch pattern that looks like a flock of birds (or flocked cloth). Flanked by garter stitch seams and garter stitch details, making for an architectural sock that can be worn by both men and women.