New pattern: Oscillating Socks

If I were to pick my favourite thing to knit, I think cabled socks might win. The unusual cables on Oscillating Socks wouldn’t rest until I made them into a design and the side cables couldn’t be stopped even by the toe, continuing round in a manner similar to seamless, saddle shoulders. I call them oscillating because the cables take turns to be in front.

They are made top down with a flap and gusset heel. Two sizes are available and the purl columns makes them quite stretchy.

I first became aware of phop through The Yarn Yard and I thought it was a great way to raise money for a very worthy cause as well as doing something you enjoy. I wanted to donate this pattern as a tribute to the gorgeous yarns that she makes and the good work that MSF is doing.


Thank you Rachel for designing and donating your beautiful sock pattern. You can follow Rachel on twitter @RachelNGibbs

The pattern page is not up yet as we are getting ready to cast on for the Ravellenic Games but you can download the PDF by clicking here.

Don’t forget the donate buttons to your right to help MSF’s fantastic work. Thank you.

One comment

  1. Meredith MC
    #1

    These are gorgeous! I can’t wait to knit them. I appreciate your generosity in donating the pattern.

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