With the warmer weather on the way, we’re coming up on the perfect time to make socks! Since they’re small projects with nice, light weight yarn, socks make for some excellent summer knitting. This gorgeous sock knitting pattern features a beautiful lace texture making it a really fun knit. Plus your feet will feel fancy at the end of the project….who doesn’t want fancy feet!? Seriously….I modeled these socks for the photos…and I never wanted to take them off!
This free knit sock pattern features Fingering (1) weight yarn and size 2.25mm (US1) double pointed needles (or use the Magic Loop Method).
Thank you to Suzanne Sjogren of Spinning Yarns Designs for sharing this beautiful design with us.
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Growing up in a multi-generational household of artists and textile enthusiasts, my earliest memories were learning to sew, knit and embroider from my great-great auntie and her friends at their weekly sewing bees. I recall sitting on my Nana’s knee at the machine to learn to sew, or pretending to copy my mom knitting with pencils, which resulted in her teaching me to knit. I was hooked and I am thankful for these wonderful women that taught me the importance of fiber. I was an eager student and have gone on to learn and teach other things such as weaving, spinning and lacemaking. Now I am starting out on a new journey of knit design. I live in Sweden with my 9 year old son Biscuit and a little dog named Rex.