Go to my new website to download the Primavera sock pattern!
Those socks are stunning!! What yarn did you use? - Julie
Hi Julie! I used Zitron Trekking XXL, Color 107.
Thank you for letting me copy this pattern. The socks looks very nice.
Das nenne ich aber mal ein paar schöne Socken! Kompliment für diesen Erstling! Liebe GrüßeAndrea
Vielen Dank für das Kompliment :)
WOW! Das sind tolle Socken. Mein Kompliment, sie sehen wunderschön aus!
wonderful socks. thanks for sharing!
Das sind sehr schön Socken! Ich liebe die Farbe!
I have seen them in Ravelry. They are pretty nice and so well done! I love also the color and pictures, so I like all :-)))
what a beautiful sock!! thanks for sharing the pattern.
I'm over here from Franklin's Panopticon blog. Beautiful pattern. Thank you.
Hi, Natalija :)Thank you so, so much for including the written direction for the charted pattern!!! I am chart phobic and just CANNOT wrap my brain around charts no matter how much I try!!I LOVE your pattern and can't wait to try it -- thank you very much for sharing it with us :)(PS- I am here from Franklin's too!)
Thank you for sharing this pattern. I made a pair for my mother. Pics can be seen on my blog:www.sarismindfulknitting.blogspot.com
Die Socken sehen sehr schön aus! Die Farbe ist lecker!
Thank you for a beautiful pattern!
Really gorgeous. Thanks for this lovely pattern! (Oh - and Franklin sent me...)
I've been watching Franklin's socks, too -- the pattern is beautiful and I'd like to try it. I'm curious, though, what size do these knit up to? I see your note about changing the size, but nothing else about the size.Thanks for offering such a pretty pattern.
Debbie,the pattern says to cast on 66 sts - for plain stockinette socks knit with fingering weight yarn I usually cast on 64 sts. I hope this gives you an idea about the size of the socks (circumference-wise).Being basically a ribbed pattern the size is pretty flexible, especially if you have smaller feet. Otherwise you should probably cast on 72 sts. Good luck with your Primaveras! I'm glad you and so many other knitters like the pattern. More than 800 people (!) have queued the pattern on Ravelry so far, and many of the finished ones I've seen are VERY beautiful - including Franklin's, of course!
Beautiful pattern, thank you :)