Tuil-Bheum, the rushing torrent of water caused by a sudden burst of rain, is captured in the flowing cascading lace down the side of these socks. Knit from the toe up with a gusset and heel flap, these socks are the perfect mix of relaxing knit and engaging pattern with a simple easy to learn lace pattern. With three widths and flexible length fitting, these are a great pattern for everyone.
The pattern is fully written and includes charts for the lace pattern so however you like to read your patterns, you’re covered! The pattern also includes a photo tutorial for German Short Rows used in the heel. The pattern has been tech edited and test knitted. There’s a screenshot of the pattern, and a list of the stitches used at the bottom of the photos. You will also need to know how to do Judy’s Magic Cast-On and a stretchy bind off like Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind-Off.
425 m (465 yds) of JellybeansYarns Merino Nylon Sock (75% Wool, 25% Nylon, 400 yds/100g) in Cerulean
2.5 mm (US 1.5) circular needles, 80 cm (32”) or longer or DPNs
4 stitch markers (per sock)
Yarn needle for sewing in ends
Sock blockers (optional)
32 stitches and 44 rounds in 10 cm (4”) in stockinette in the round.
Small: 17.5 cm (7”) circumference Medium: 20 cm (8”) circumference Large : 22.5 cm (9”) circumference
The socks are designed to be worn with up to 0 - 2.5 cm (0 - 1”) of negative ease.