Free socks pattern - Saint-Élie-de-Caxton
This free sock pattern is a design by Louise Robert for Biscotte Yarns. She have always been a fan of a storyteller named Fred Pellerin and his crazy fairytales about a small village where he grew up. When sheI created this model, she had in mind his native village called Saint-Élie-de-Caxton, a place where magic still exists ...
These socks are knitted in plain stockinette from the cuff down with an afterthought heel. Biscotte Self-Striping yarn is creating the roads on a green background without any color changes: simply drive one stitch at the time and you will knit along the route! The small houses are embroidered on the socks using the duplicate stitch technique. This pattern can be worked with a set of 5 double-pointed needles or on circular needles.
For double-pointed needles, please divide half the sts on needles 1 and 2 and the other half of the stitches on the needles 3 and 4.
Gauge: 32 sts = 10 cm (4 in) in stockinette stitch
Size: adult one size
You will need
- 1 skein of Biscotte Yarns | Bis-Sock Self-Striping color On the Road again and few contrasting yarn ends for the houses***
- Circular or DPN needles of 2.5 mm #US –1.5 (or size needed to obtain gauge)
- 1 tapestry needle
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***Please note that if you buy a skein of On the Road again colourway, it will not include contrasting yarn ends to work the small houses: you only need few inches of sock yarn per house and you can use any waste fingering weight yarn.
Free sock pattern - Saint-Élie-de-Caxton
love the pattern well explain and easy to follow
Simple and nice sock pattern for a beginner which I am Thanks
The download was available immediately. Can't wait to start the socks.