SOCKS & MITTS

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POPKORNA ZEĶĪTES (POPCORN SOCKS)

by Līva Dubra (Arbud Tribe)

Baby socks in sizes 0-6m and 6-12m. Find them here (only in Latvian).

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SAVO SOCKS

by Tiina Kuu

Pattern features:

  • knitted cuff down

  • instructions written for magic loop but dpns can be used as well

  • instructions written in metric and US terminology

  • two alternative stranded colourwork patterns for the leg and three alternative stranded colourwork patterns for the foot

  • charts but no written instructions for the stranded colourwork

You can find them on Payhip.

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ALONG THE SHORES FINGERLESS MITTS

by Snickerdoodle Knits

Simplistic to knit, fun to wear. Along the Shores Fingerless Mitts is an enjoyable knit with just a couple of simplistic textures inspired by the ocean. It includes the option to work a herringbone cuff or a ribbed cuff and customization instructions for adjusting the length of your mitts.

The mitts begin with a beautiful herringbone cuff, clearly linked to the herring fish. Then, the majority of the pattern is worked in stockinette stitch to represent the long stretches of sandy beaches. The top of the mitt then features a simplistic and engaging wave motif, and the mitt is finished off with a lovely I-cord bind off representing the sandy dune barriers.

Find them on Ravelry.

Aarnivalkeat socks

AARNIVALKEAT SOCKS

by Tiina Kuu

This pattern is Tiina's contribution to Pennies per Hour of Pleasure or p/hop, a charity knitting project that is raising funds for Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders. Just make a donation to MSF via the JustGiving page on p/hop webpage and download the pattern for your pleasure!

Pattern features:

  • can be knitted either cuff down or toe up (both instructions are included in the same file)

  • instructions written for magic loop but also dpns can be used

  • instructions written in metric and US terminology

  • wide variety of sizes available: small (60 sts), medium (66 sts), large (72 sts) and extra-large (78 sts)

  • short row heel with adjustable mini gussets to give more room for higher instep

  • relatively easy stranded colourwork pattern without long floats

  • ideal for left over yarns as it’s easy to change the colour scheme (please see the project photos on this page for reference)

  • average yardage for four-coloured pairs: cuff and toe colour 25-35 grams, curvy patterning colour 10 grams, leg colour between the curvy patterning 10 grams and main colour 45-55 grams

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ON THE FARM FINGERLESS MITTS

by Snickerdoodle Knits

Warm, cozy, simple, and fun. The On the Farm Fingerless Mitts are a quick and easy-to-knit DK weight colorwork project, available in five adult sizes.

The On the Farm Fingerless Mitts design references the millions of acres of farmland covering the state of Montana. You look down the rows: clear, straight, and neatly planted. Close to you, the rows are well-defined. You can see the dirt and the stalks. But as you look up and into the distance, the rows start to blend together, becoming a vast sea of green, bushy crops. The colorwork reflects this visually, as the rows of MC gradually fade into the CC as you reach the top of the mitt.

Find them on Ravelry.

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FAIRY GATHERING SOCKS

by Xandieme Evers

In the Fairy Gathering Socks, every texture stitch represents a fairy singing and dancing at the moonlight gathering! The textured socks are knitted cuff down with a German short row heel. They grow quickly because of the fun, easy to remember and repetitive texture stitches. Choose a (semi-) solid fingering weight sock yarn to let your wings flutter freely!

Find them on Ravelry.

BIZĪŠZEĶES (CABLED SOCKS)

by Ilze Dindune (StrongStreetKnits)

Preemie and Newborn sized socks for supporting Sirds Siltuma Darbnīca - a special project for making clothes and toys for prematurely born babies in hospitals.

You can find them on Ravelry (only in Latvian)

I helped with grading for Newborn size and editing the pattern.

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VAFEĻZEĶĪTES (VAFFEL SOCKS)

by Ilze Dindune (StrongStreetKnits)

Preemie and Newborn sized socks for supporting Sirds Siltuma Darbnīca - a special project for making clothes and toys for prematurely born babies in hospitals.

Find them in Ravelry (only in Latvian).

I helped with grading for Newborn size and editing the pattern.

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BULEVARDI 5 SOCKS

by Tiina Kuu

Pattern features:

  • knitted cuff down

  • instructions written for magic loop but dpns can be used as well

  • instructions written in metric and US terminology

  • sizes extra-small (54 sts), small (60 sts), medium 1 (66 sts), medium 2 (72 sts), large (78 sts) and extra-large (84 sts)

  • ribbed heel flap and round heel turn

  • charts but no written instructions for stranded colourwork and striped gussets

  • estimated yardage: 55-65 grams of MC and 25-35 grams of CC

For more information, see here.

Hidden love Mittens

HIDDEN LOVE MITTENS

by Snickerdoodle Knits

This mitten pattern is a fun, simple knit with a heart on each mitten. Because the heart is located on the palm of the hand and is knit in the same yarn as the rest of the mitten, the heart is a hidden gem that’s sure to make you smile. The mittens are interchangeable if you’d like to wear the heart on the outside of your hand instead.

Find them on Ravelry.

With love, from the north mittens

WITH LOVE, FROM THE NORTH MITTENS

by Snickerdoodle Knits

This is a fun, quick chunky knit creating a pair of cozy mittens with a heart on the palm of each hand.

This pattern includes both written instructions and charted instructions. With your purchase, you will receive 2 PDF files: one for the written instructions and one for the charted instructions. 

Find it on Ravelry.

Birds flying low socks by Tiina Kuu

BIRDS FLYING LOW SOCKS / MATALALLA LIITÄVÄT LINNUT

by Tiina Kuu

Birds Flying Low sock design was inspired by
the Finnish artist Vesala’s version of Lauri
Tähkä’s song ‘Tulkoon mitä vaan’. This design was originally named ‘Matalalla liitävät linnut’ in Finnish. The folded cuff can easily be replaced by ribbing. The heel structure can be changed, too; in this design a few extra stitches are added for the short row heel to give the heel more width and depth, thus fitting better for higher instep.

Find them on Payhip.

FIREWOOD SOCKS

by Carlie Perrins

The rich texture of the firewood inspired these cozy cabled socks. Which, it turns out, are perfect for fireside knitting and wearing!

These are constructed toe-up, with a gusset and heel flap. I’ve included both charted and written instructions, as well as a bobble tutorial. The pattern comes in 3 adult sizes.

Find them on Ravelry.

TESSELATIONS SOCKS

By Karen Hotchin

Knit from the top down, with a twisted rib cuff, these socks have a playful tessellated texture pattern that repeats around the leg and down the top of the foot. Using only knits, purls, and slipped stitches, the texture pattern is easy to memorize, making it a fun project that doesn’t require too much concentration.
The pattern repeat creates a beautiful mosaic-like texture that will keep you interested and the stitches will simply flow off the needles.

Find them on Ravelry.

TRAILING DAISY SOCKS

by Tiina Kuu

Trailing Daisy is a sister design to Pearly Everlasting and Viljavat vainiot sock patterns. Pattern features beautiful socks knit toe-up, in three sizes, with pinstripe gusset in the center of the sole and a reverse French heel with a slipped stitch heel flap. The pattern has​ charts for the stranded colorwork pattern (no written instructions for the charts)

Find it on Payhip (pay what you can!)​

FOR THE FRILL OF IT SOCKS

by Katt Weaver

This sock pattern has a simple lace weight frill to take your socks to a fun, frilly, and sassy level.

The pattern has been written to include as many sizes as the new designer could create, hello momma and daughter/sibling/bestie matchy matchy.

This is a super customisable sock recipe (I love to use a garter fish lips kiss heel in mine) and the possibilities are quite endless, they could be knit using all one color, using color blocking, stripes, a pop for your frill, or using scraps for the heels, toes, and ribbing!

Find them on Ravelry.

 

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