Socktober Giveaway 25


#Socktober is around the corner! We’re sharing all 21 p/hop sock patterns throughout September on our social media accounts. You can find all our sock patterns and donate over here.

So to celebrate and enable your planning process, there’s a lovely prize up for grabs. We have sock project bag kindly donated by The Little Grey Girl, a set of stitchmarkers donated by Yarnistry, a skein of Ellie and Ada (Superstitions colourway) and some 2.25mm bamboo needles from my own stash.

How to enter: Leave a comment below with you’re favourite p/hop sock pattern.

Rules:

  1. Competition closes at 20:00 GMT Friday September 22, 2017.
  2. Winners will be drawn by a random number generator on Sunday, September 25, 2017 and notified by email.
  3. Prizes will be sent by post.
  4. Competition open to everyone, including people outside UK.
  5. No cash alternatives.
  6. One entry per person.

Good luck folks!

UPDATE: The winner was Emma M! Thanks for taking part everyone.

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25 thoughts on “Socktober Giveaway

  • Georsan

    I’ve got my second (Can)tab on the needles now and I love it. Its a little unfair because its my only p/hop sock pattern so far, but its currently my favourite sock pattern!

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    Heidi Reply:

    It’s so lovely a p/hop pattern has made it into your favourite sock knits.

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  • Emma M

    Love ❤️ Molly Weasley’s gift socks – love the lacy pattern which is within my skill set!! If I could convince someone else to knit for me, I’d ask for one of Karie’s colourwork pairs – soooo pretty!

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    Heidi Reply:

    Hi Emma! MW socks are a big favourite here too and yes Karie’s colorwork socks <3 <3

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  • Les Walsh

    I love the Chevron De Paix Socks, I haven’t made them yet but I’ve got the yarn ready to go. They look easy to make but the finished socks look fancy!

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    Heidi Reply:

    They are lovely and one of the socks that draw a lot of attention at festivals.

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  • Alessandra Parsons

    I loved making Molly Weasley’s gift socks and they earned me First Prize in my local flower show, so they are definitely my favourite pattern. It’s probably about time I made another pair.

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  • Anon

    I love the Without Borders Socks. The name is obviously great, but I must admit the fabulous colours used in the pattern pictures are part of the draw. I like stranded socks for the extra warmth, and this pattern is so versatile – choose brights/high contrast to make a statement, or more classic or subtly contrasting colours for a more elegant look.

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  • Rachel

    I have yet to make a pair of socks, but I’m becoming more and more inclined to do so!

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    Heidi Reply:

    Sorry Rachel, but too late for this draw. We’ll have another in a few weeks time.

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