Knospen Socks Knitting Pattern (digital download only)

GBP £4.00

(3 customer reviews)
“Knospen” is the German for “blossom” or more literally, “to bud”. These lace socks are knitted cuff-down with bud and branch motifs and a traditional heel flap and gusset.

 

Yarn:
Although the pattern was originally designed to use our discontinued BFL 4 Ply, 1 skein of Nene 4 Ply or 2 skeins of Snowdonia Sock will work just as well!

 

Sizing Info:
Size M fits 19 – 21.5cm / 7.5 – 8.5” foot circumference (64 sts)
Size L fits 21.5 – 24cm / 8.5 – 9.5” foot circumference (72 sts)
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Description

“Knospen” is the German for “blossom” or more literally, “to bud”. These lace socks are knitted cuff-down with bud and branch motifs and a traditional heel flap and gusset.

 

Yarn:
Although the pattern was originally designed to use our discontinued BFL 4 Ply, 1 skein of Nene 4 Ply or 2 skeins of Snowdonia Sock will work just as well!

 

Sizing Info:
Size M fits 19 – 21.5cm / 7.5 – 8.5” foot circumference (64 sts)
Size L fits 21.5 – 24cm / 8.5 – 9.5” foot circumference (72 sts)

 

For the purposes of making a hardwearing and comfortable sock, it is recommended to knit at a tight gauge with 5 – 15% negative ease around the foot circumference. If you follow the foot measurements above and achieve the gauge specified, this is how your socks will turn out. However; if you have a preferred gauge and needle size that you use for knitting socks, refer to the stitch counts instead to choose your size.

 

Gauge:
36 sts & 50 rounds in stocking stitch makes a 10cm / 4in square, measured in the round after blocking

 

You Will Need:
Needles: 2mm, or size required to obtain gauge, 80 – 100cm (32 – 40”) circular needle, DPNs, or small circumference circular needle for preferred method of working in the round
Stitch markers
Darning needle

3 reviews for Knospen Socks Knitting Pattern (digital download only)

  1. Margaret Chamberlain (verified owner)

    Excellent service. Many thanks.

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Arrived promptly. Easy to download.

  3. Pamela Gross (verified owner)

    Great pattern but haven’t knitted the socks yet

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