Despite the fact that I've been knitting like a machine lately (lots of new samples and also socks for the Supersock World Championship just for fun), I found some time to work on a pattern that was previously published in Knit Now magazine: Sonic Interference.
The striking effect in these socks is achieved by working an easy to memorize mosaic pattern. The pattern is worked with a single colour at a time – making these socks perfect for a first project using more than one colour!
The socks are knitted top down with heel flap and gusset. Cuff, heel and toe are worked in main colour only; leg and foot are worked alternating between one round in main colour and one round in contrast colour.
The pattern includes three sizes: women’s S, M and L to fit leg circumference 17.5 (20, 22.5) cm 7 (7.75, 9)”. Leg length and foot length are adjustable. The socks can be completed with only 50g each of two contrasting colours in fingering weight yarn.
Would you like to knit yourself a pair? Get your copy of the pattern from my Ravelry store, here.