Sock Knitting Patterns You Have to See!

Just in case your collection of sock knitting patterns was running a bit low, we’ve released our six sock patterns to knit from Sockupied Fall 2014 as individual pattern downloads!

Our featured designer, Lucy Neatby, whipped up these incredible True North DK socks. Worked using the double-knitting technique and wildly variegated yarn, these reversible cuff-down socks are show stoppers!

Sock knitting is so much fun with the True North socks!

Maria Leigh’s Daisy Field Socks are a great use of both variegated and solid yarn. A simple cluster stitch in these cuff-down socks helps to keep the variegated yarn from pooling and makes a pretty textured fabric.

Use your variegated sock yarn in the pretty Daisy Field sock knitting pattern!

The Time Traveler socks by Jennifer Raymond adapt a vintage lace pattern into a sweet, contemporary pair of socks. A picot-hem at the cuff adds elegance to these toe-up socks.

Sock knitting is timeless in the lacy Time Traveler knit socks.Our One Sock, Two Ways pattern for this issue was the Lida Rose Socks designed by Anne Podlesak. Slipped stitches break up the a variegated yarn while adding textural interest to semi-solid colors in these top-down socks.

The Lida Rose knit socks let you add some great texture to your sock knitting adventure!

The Thyme Marches On Socks by Laura Crowley pair eyelets and mini cables in a zig zag pattern. These top-down socks make the most of beautiful semi-solid or solid yarns.

Lace and traveling stitches meet in the gorgeous Thyme Marches On sock knitting pattern.

Finally, Kate Atherley aimed to design perfectly long-lasting hand knit socks with her Enduring Socks. Worked from the top down in an easy broken rib stitch pattern, these socks feature reinforced heels and toes.

The top-down sock knitting pattern Enduring Socks is designed to last!

Add these great sock knitting patterns to your collection today!






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