It’s no secret I’m a fan of socks, especially if there are cables. Here you can find details of all of my sock patterns. Click through to find the links to buy on Ravelry.
Socks inspired by David Tennant in his role as the 10th Doctor. Featuring waving cables all down the sock.
Available through p/hop, a knitting fundraiser for MSF. Alternating cables travel down the sock, continuing even around the toe.
Top down socks with cables travelling in opposite directions, inspired by signal processing.
Diamonds cascading down twisted cables cover these top down socks with a patterned flap and gusset heel.
Originally published in Knit Now, Issue 17 and 70 Beautiful Knits (a bookazine from Practical Publishing), now available from Ravelry. A heavily cabled pattern reminiscent of wallpaper patterns popular in the regency era.
Part of The Diamond Collection. Named after the mineral sapphires are made of, these socks feature an allover diamond cable pattern.
Part of The Diamond Collection. These socks have cascades of diamonds down the front, flowing out of the ribbing and back into the toe.
Part of The Diamond Collection. Antwerp is home to a large diamond industry. These socks have large diamonds down the front and small diamonds down the side in a sea of seed stitch.
Socks with a pattern based on binary code. This pattern is available free if you sign up to my newsletter.
Zig-zagging cables separated by smocked panels. Inspired by fibre optics.
Cabled pattern reminiscent of pangolin scales down the leg and foot.
Cables with twisted stitch diamonds the colour of amethyst, named after the property of quartz generating electricity under pressure.