Knitting Pattern-Art Nouveau Rose Socks, Fair Isle socks pattern, knit clog socks pattern, color pattern socks, Norwegian wool, Peer Gynt
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First published in Heels and Toes Gazette, Fall 2001, Issue #4
The inspiration for the Art Nouveau Rose Socks came from a motif in a book of circa 1900 corner and border designs, that were used by printers.
The rose motif accentuates the heel flap, making the socks ideal for wearing with clogs. I used a diced pattern as the background for the heel motif, but you may just use a solid colored ground, like the olive, for a less cluttered look. This heel motif may be knit in or duplicate stitched later, your choice. You may also leave the rose off the heel flap, as in the Winter Roses above.
The 4 colorways are knit in SandnesGarn's Peer Gynt, a great DK wt. Norwegian wool yarn.
Left to Right: Americana (Summer) Roses, Winter Roses, Spring Roses, and Autumn Roses
Pattern has large color charts, for easy following.
Size: medium woman
Heel to Toe: 9.75”
Floor to Cuff Top: 7.5”
Foot Circ: 8.25”
Leg Circ: 9”
SandnesGarn Peer Gynt, 100% wool, 100 yds/50 g pull skeins: 2 skeins (MC),1 skein each (A) and (B)
24 sts & 28 rnds = 4" (10 cm) over charted pattern with size 3 (3.25 mm) ndls, and 26 sts and 38 rnds = 4" in circular st st with size 2 (2.75 mm) ndls, or sizes to give gauges. To save time, take time to check gauges.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Substitute Yarn Weight: DK
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