There’s a sexy new sock pattern on the market and if you are a lover of socks and hand dyed yarns, you’ll definitely want it!
Introducing, the Ripple Socks pattern. This wavy eyelet sock pattern is one of the few out there that is written with the knitter in mind. Independent written instructions are included for knitters who knit their socks with DPNs, for knitters who like to work with independent circulars and knitters who prefer to waste no time on second sock syndrome and knit their socks two at a time. This pattern features top-down construction with an afterthought heel and a wedge toe. Because of the unique stitch pattern, the added benefit is that both the leg and the foot are stretchy! You don’t often find a lacy sock pattern that conforms perfectly to the curves and uniqueness of your foot and leg.
And did I mention that this pattern holds its own against the randomness of hand dyed yarns? This special pattern will not be swallowed up by even the craziest of dye patterns. And if you aren’t into wildly hand painted yarns, this pattern is also gorgeous in solids and semi-solids, too. (Shown here, the Ripple Socks are knit in Cedar Hill Farm Company’s “Ellis Island” on the Journey base.)
This pattern is available on Ravelry, Craftsy, and at CedarHillYarns.com.