Thursday, December 12, 2013

Intertwined socks - Now Toe-Up!

As mentioned a few times here on the blog, I'm slowly working my way through the process of releasing some of my existing cuff-down sock patterns as toe-up versions. I'm hearing more and more feedback from toe-up knitters who love my designs and want to knit them toe-up. 
It's taking some time, and not all patterns will lend themselves to the toe-up treatment, but here's the latest installment: Intertwined Socks.

These cabled delights are now available in both cuff-down and toe-up versions. When you buy the pattern, you'll get both PDF versions. People who have previously bought the cuff-down pattern, either individually or as part of Twisted Socks: The Cable Collection, should have already received the update via Ravelry.

The pattern instructions are provided for two sizes, medium and large. The intertwining lattice pattern is repeated on the front and back of the socks.

The cables in this pattern are simple 1/1 cables. You may wish to cable without a cable needle for a faster knitting experience. The technique of cabling without a cable needle is described in the Knitty Winter 2007 issue, located here:

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