A Flock For Your Feet pattern by revi
updated 25 August 2013 i have now uploaded a second pdf, which contains the pattern for a full sock using my forward-facing sheep. If you want just the foot charts, download “Flock for your Feet;” if you want the pattern for the whole sock, download “Revenge of the Lawn.”
Fitzcarraldo Knee Sock pattern by Kate Atherley
I adore a seam on the back of a stocking. This pattern takes that idea and runs wild with it. I’ve used Bavarian twisted-stitch patterns for that “seam” element, flowing right up into the ribbing.
Socks That Look Like Sharks Are Eating Your Leg
Lisa Grossman (aka the "Tsarina of Tsocks") has created a pair of hand-knit "Shark Week" socks that look like sharks are eating your leg and foot. The
Fangtastic pattern by Wendy Gaal
Slipped-stitch bats are in flight! Vampire enthusiasts will enjoy making and wearing this pattern which features bobble bat bodies and a heel turn that is ready to bite! A non-bobble bat body option is also provided for those who like flat bats. The instructions for this toe-up construction are provided in text and chart formats, with a rarely seen text version of colorwork instructions for those who may be new to the technique.
Skew pattern by Lana Holden
From the designer: I am no longer able to provide direct support for this free pattern. However, there are many, many projects with excellent notes by people who have knitted this pattern much more recently than I have, and it is extremely likely that if you search project notes and forum comments for this pattern, someone has already answered your question.
Seitenstreifen Socks pattern by Sybil R
During the last couple of months I have experimented a lot with intarsia in the round - mainly to knit socks. However, I had failed on producing a sock with an uninterrupted intarsia stripe from top to bottom: I had trouble with the CO as well as with the heel. So I was quite pleased when I managed to solve these problems and finished these socks.
No. 2 Pencil Socks pattern by The Yarn Enabler
You asked for it, you got it! Knit up these spectacular pencil socks with Yarn Enabler wool for the best pencil socks your favourite teacher or student could imagine!
Up in a Tree pattern by Brigitte Berends
Sometimes, you find yourself holding a skein of yarn that just screams for texture, for cables, for anything that isn’t a vanilla sock. That is how this pattern came to be: a yarn where the twist was just too beautiful to not show off, but the colours were at the same time so gorgeous and abundant that I worried about them obscuring the pattern. The result? A simple but elegant six stitch cable that starts off with three strong roots at the toe and branches into a canopy of a 1x1 twisted…
Wendel pattern by General Hogbuffer
A decptively simple lace construction that is based on a rather neat principle where columns travel around the leg. Because the effect is rather ordered and systematic, I would call this a “masculine lace” if there is such a thing…