Thursday 17 September 2020

Tiptoe through the leaves: Little Pine Cone Socks

Autumn is here, and I have a new, decidely autumnal, pattern to share with you today, my Little Pine Cone Socks.*


These socks are inspired by autumnal walks through the woods, as the leaves are changing colour and crunching underfoot. The socks feature a lace pine-cone motif on the fronts of the socks, leaving the backs of the socks unpatterned, making these a lovely quick knit.

The socks are knitted in Needle and Fred BFL Sock in the colourway Marma-lady, a fabulous display of shades of orange. The yarn was a real treat to work with, and the BFL (Blue-faced Lesicester) means these socks will be sturdy as well as soft.


The Little Pine Cone Socks are knitted from the toe up, with a heel flap and gusset construction. They come in a whopping EIGHT sizes, so you can make them for the whole family!

Want to get your hands on a copy? The pattern is in Issue 120 of Knit Now magazine, which is available in all good newsagents from September 17th 2020. If you can't get to the shops, you can order a copy online, or buy a digital edition of the magazine.


All the details for the pattern can be found on the Ravelry pattern page, which is also where you can go to add the pattern to your favourites or queue.*

 *Ravelry may cause issues for people with photosensitivity. Proceed with caution. 


All images copyright Knit Now.

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