Socks lovers will be charmed by this new design by Andrea Yetman offered free of charge, compliments of Biscotte ♥
The inspiration for these socks came to me during the COVID-19 quarantine. Online socializing became a way of staying connected at a distance. I met a dear friend within the knitting community and although we are worlds apart I consider her a very close friend. The 2 colors in the pattern represents 2 friends and the cabled panel repesents how our friendship has come together. It’s incedible how knitting along with my faraway friend has helped me during these unsettling times. I hope these socks will bring you joy, keep you warm and remind you of a special friend. - Andrea
IN ADDITION TO THE FREE PATTERN, YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS TO KNIT THESE SOCKS
- Louise Robert Design Collection in : SUPER SOCK (75% merino sw, 25% nylon)
- 100 g (400m / 438 yds) in color CHARDON (CC1)
- 100 g (400m / 438 yds) in color PISTACHIO ICE CREAM (CC2)
- 4 double-pointed needles (or circular needles for knitting in the round) 3.5mm
- Tapestry needle
- stitch markers
- Cable needle
SIZE – ONE SIZE
Length of foot: adjustable.
GAUGE: 23sts = 10 cm – 4 inches with two strands held together in stockinette st.
NOTE: These socks are knit from the top down with 2 strands of fingering weight yarn held together double stranded for a marled effect. The cuff, heel and toe are knit in a solid color holding the same color double stranded. The front panel is a very easy, yet engaging pattern made up of 2 columns of twisted stitches on either side of a basic braided cable. Have fun putting 2 colors of yarn together and even mix it up by changing colors throughout as a stash busting project
This pattern is offered as a PDF document. You must add the pattern to your cart, follow the steps to check out & a link to download the pattern will be emailed to you ♥
Jamais trop de patron de chaussettes quand on a les pieds frileux! À faire et refaire!
I had just ordered the pattern,I will visit the store when ready to knit these lovely socks and pick out the wool.
Thank you.carol maitland,