As many of you already know ‘Spotted On Ravelry‘ was a popular feature in our skacel Magalog for 5 years. Now that we’ve retired our Magalog, we can continue this on-going segment here on our Blog and with more frequency than twice a year!
Enjoy this month’s issue!
November 2017 Issue
“Knit from side to side, the Tulip Field socks have long color blocks inspired by the beautiful tulip fields near Amsterdam. With lots of fun knitting techniques like an intarsia join and short rows, they are a great skill builder. These socks are fun, bright, and you will probably never see another pair of socks like these!“
Watch Rachel Denbow mix crochet with weaving techniques on The Knit Show with Vickie Howell!
“These socks are a fun tribute to our wooly, fiber friend, the sheep.
The socks are worked from the toe up and have a German, aka Double Stitch, short row heel. The face of each sheep is stitched on after the toe is knit. The tweedy yarn has little flecks of color.
The leg and instep of the sock are worked with a textured stitch to imitate a wooly fleece. The sole of the sock has a smoother stitch for comfort.
Since these socks are worked from the toe up, the leg can easily be adjusted to your desired height.“
Trekking XXL Tweed by Zitron
This pattern is available for $5.50 USD