KNITTING PATTERN for Flowers on a Fence Socks - Sock pattern - Charted pattern - digital download - Colorwork pattern - Stranded knitting

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**NOTE: This is for the KNITTING PATTERN, not the socks themselves**

This listing is for the Flowers on a Fence Socks PATTERN which is a toe-up sock pattern using 2 different fingering weight yarns for size Medium and Large.

These are Fair-Isle knitted socks and the pattern is suitable for advanced beginner to intermediate knitters. Pattern includes color charts for the instep and foot. The pattern is in digital (.pdf) form form and is available for instant download.

After designing the pattern for the ‘Addicted to Sock Knitting’ socks, I realized the foot pattern I used would also make a great main pattern. So, I created Flowers On a Fence, a toe-up, charted colorwork sock pattern knitted on two circular needles.

The pattern features a simple flowers-and-stripes design on both the instep, foot and back. The toe, heel and cuff use a single color. This sample pair was knitted with the colors in reverse, but can be knitted as a matching pair.

Medium size uses One (1) 50-gram ball of Main Color, One (1) 50-gram ball of Contrast color.

Large size uses Two (2) 50-gram ball of Main Color, One (1) 50-gram ball of Contrast color.

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I strive to photograph each item as color accurate as possible, however each monitor will show the images differently. Please allow for some color differences due to the inconsistencies with monitor color calibration.

Handwashing all handmade and hand-dyed products in COOL water with a mild wool soap, then laying flat to dry will aid in prolonging the life of the garment. Using hot water can break the chemical bonds in the dyed item causing the dye to bleed, so please use cool water for washing.

I strive to photograph each item as color accurate as possible, however each monitor will show the images differently. Please allow for some color differences due to the inconsistencies with monitor color calibration.

Handwashing all handmade and hand-dyed products in COOL water with a mild wool soap, then laying flat to dry will aid in prolonging the life of the garment. Using hot water can break the chemical bonds in the dyed item causing the dye to bleed, so please use cool water for washing.



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