Indie Design GAL: Socks & Feet

Indie Design GAL: Socks & Feet

This is part of my on-going Indie Designer Gift-A-Long 2018 series. Starting on November 24th, one to two times a week I will be highlighting 4-6 designs from my fellow designers also participating in the event.

Don’t forget to join in the fun, we’re all over here chatting up a storm.

Citrus Socks by Aud Bergo

These socks from Aud Bergo are insanely adorable, using stranded knitting to create a playful pattern that’s sure to please anybody with an appreciation for fun socks. Do yourself a favour, and after checking out these from Aud, look at her other patterns too because her stranded socks are simply amazing.

Available in two sizes, and uses 250 – 400 yds of fingering weight yarn.

Gordes by Hunter Hammersen

From the pattern description
Gördes (sometimes Ghiordes) is a town in western Turkey, where rugs have been made since at least the eighteenth century. In the late nineteenth century, the prayer rug style became popular, and any rug with an arch was likely to be called a Gördes. A top-down, turn heel sock.

Available in one size, and uses 300 – 400 yds of fingering weight yarn.

Brezel Socks by Svetlana Volkova

A top-cuff down sock with a short row heel, these are made with thicker weight yarn to create a unique sock.

Available in one size, and uses 150 – 200 yds of worsted weight yarn.

3-in-1 Button Boots by Bekah Knits

From the pattern description
These slippers boast a convertible cuff, comfy double-knit sole, and seamless construction with short row shaping (using the German Short Rows method – full instructions included in pattern). First work the toe, then the sole, shoe back, short row shaped upper, and finally the moss stitch cuff!

Available in four sizes, and uses 245 – 325 yds of bulky weight yarn.

Regency Socks by Rachel Gibbs

From the pattern description
The geometric cable pattern on these socks was inspired by the damask furnishings of the Regency period. The sock features an allover cable pattern and the cables transition smoothly into the heel and toe.

Available in four sizes, and uses approximately 360 – 600 yds of fingering weight yarn.

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