We are happy to introduce this new and fantastic sock pattern by PatricKnits!
This model was inspired and designed during my trip to California. In Los Angeles, I visited the beautiful Griffith Observatory, during this visit, one can observe the beautiful landscape of Los Angeles but also, learn a little more about our solar system, how it works and the history surrounding the research and development in the field of astronomy. This model was inspired by the appearance of the constellations and their shapes that are frozen in time. You will find in this model triangles and diamonds as well as connections between the same color that represents a continuous cycle in a system. - Patrick
In addition to the knitting pattern, you will need the following material and yarn to knit these socks (also available as a knitting kit including the pattern here) :
PatricKnits - Bis-sock (85% merino, 15% nylon; 200 yards per 50g skein).
- Color A - 1 x 100g main color.
- Color B - 1 x 50g contrasting color.
Circular or double-pointed needles of 2.5 mm (or the size required to obtain the gauge).
1 Tapestry needle
1 cable needle
SIZES: Adult S-M (L-XL) / shoe size 7-US to 8-US (9-US to 10 US)
- Circumference (unstretched): 18 (22) cm / 7 (9) in
- The length of the foot is adjustable.
GAUGE: 32 sts & 40 rows = 10 cm - 4 in. in stockinette stitch.