I saw cabinfour’s sweet take on bobby socks on the Quince blog last week and fell in love. But when I went to grab the image to tell you about them, I realized I actually want to knit every single pair of socks she has designed. We talked about her first sock pattern, Cream, back when it came out. But since then, just look:
TOP: School Girl, with just a spot of texture on the cuffs and toes
MIDDLE LEFT: Camping, always-appealing stockinette with contrast cuff and toes
MIDDLE RIGHT: Morning Light, with a simple lace panel down the front
BOTTOM LEFT: Irish Oats, with a simple cable panel down the front
BOTTOM RIGHT: Laule’a, easy allover texture
All are sport weight except the last, which is worsted. So I’m gonna need to get my hands on some good sport-weight wool.
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Gorgeous in their simplicity! Lovely and easy patterns to knit. If there are any “I want to try socks” knitters out there, I can’t recommend Deneise’s patterns enough. School Girl is perfect–sport weight, ankle socks with just a bit of detail. You will be very proud of your accomplishment!
Nice colors! Do you have a favorite?
these are such cute socks!! as much as I dislike knitting socks, I’m feeling like i’m coming around a bit….
I love all of her designs, thanks for the socks round-up. I wish she would do a collection book for socks.
I love every pair! And so perfect – now that the holiday projects have been mailed, I want to knit socks! And then here’s your post… :)
Zdrowych i spokojnych Swiąt !!!!
We are on the same page again. Cast on School Girl the other day, working two at a time, so they actually both get finished. One inch to go before the decorative tbl ribbing in the foot and their journey is complete, just in time to join Woolful’s KAL of cabinfour’s Nordic Wind starting next week.
I LOVE these socks!!! Is there anywhere that I can buy them made? My knitting skills are lousy.