Socks pattern - Bas Fondants

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43 reviews

This model is an original design by Louise Robert for Biscotte Yarns. Fondants socks are knitted by the toes-up and the technique used to knit the heel was popularized on the blog fleegleblog.blogspot.com in 2006 and this is the reason why this type of heel is known as the "Fleegle heel”.

In addition to your free sock pattern, you will need the following to knit this pair of socks:

Biscotte Yarns - Bis-sock 4 mini-skeins of 25g for a total of 100g, shown in Fondants colourway.

Needles & Notions

DPN’s or circulair needles of 2.5mm (US #1.5) or size needed to obtain gauge

Tapestry needle

One stitch marker

Sizes - Small (Medium, Large)

Leg circumference (unstreatched) = 19 (21, 23) cm – 7½ (8¼, 9) in.

Foot length is adjustable.

Gauge - 32 stitches & 48 rows = 10 cm – 4 in stockinette st.

The cable stitch pattern is available in written format and as a chart as well.

To read more about the fleegle heel, you can click here:

The Tweedest Little Leafy Socks featuring a Fleegle Heel

This is a numeric pattern: a link to download the PDF version of the pattern will be sent by email upon completed 0$ order.

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Customer Reviews

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Robin G
Nice little cable pattern but the heel is not my bag

Love the dual mini-cable running up the sides, but the heel, alas, is not for me. Frogging and researching a more curvaceous, less triangular style heel.

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Cindy
Fun pattern

I am almost finished with my bas fondants socks. The pattern is well written. I opted to just put the design on the outside and back of each sock.

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J L Mercer-Klimowski

Socks pattern - Bas Fondants

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Marisca Zweistra
Interesting knit

I love the cable that doesn't need a cable needle. The heel is perfect for selfstriping yarn

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Sura sosha Liba
Muy prácticos de tejer

El patrón muy bien explicado y prácticos de tejer