p/hop for your feet! Download a sock pattern
p/hop is an official knitting fundraiser for Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)/ Doctors Without Borders.
Generous designers have been donating patterns to p/hop since November 2008, and are available for your knitting pleasure. In return we ask that you make a donation to p/hop when you download your pattern (you can do it here in pounds or here in dollars). p/hop is based on an honesty box system and the amount you donate is completely up to you! A tremendous amount has already been raised in support of MSF’s life-saving work.
We now have eighteen fabulous p/hop sock patterns available for you to download. Please click on the pattern picture for more details and the pattern pdf link.
New to sock knitting or want to knit a quick pair of socks? Our Quick and Easy DK Socks by Erssie Major are just the thing. As well as the pattern you can download our guide to sock construction. Click here to read more.
Quick and Easy DK Socks by Erssie Major
Socks for Little Witches by Ann Kingstone
Socks for Little Wizards by Ann Kingstone
Single colour socks
Oscillating socks by Rachel Gibbs
Molly Weasley’s Gift Socks by Susan Sharpe
Ruth’s Harvest Socks by Susan Sharpe – Knitted toe up
Tzenni Socks by Sadie Slater – Knitted toe up
Can(tab) Socks by Ros Clarke
Chevron De Paix Socks by Debbie Tomkies
Hopsox by Joy Edwards
Try Again Socks – rugby inspired socks by Sadie Slater
Lyle Socks by Susan Bromiley – Mansize socks
Colour work socks – knitting with one colour yarn at a time
Wimbledon is a fun, toe-up pattern for stripey ankle socks designed by Ros Clarke
Both the Spiral and Karenina patterns are made using Slip Stitch, a great way to get started with colourwork
Spiral Socks (with a cunning adjustment) by Jane Lithgow
Karenina Socks by Jane Lithgow
Stranded colour work socks - knitting with two colours of yarn
Try it! It is easier than you think!
Serpentine Valentine Socks by Katie Weston
Stained Glass Window Socks by Karen Wessel
Without Borders Socks by Katie Weston
Tis the Season Stocking by Katie Weston. The pattern is written for DK yarn but can easily be converted to socks as it uses 64 stitches per round.
Happy sock knitting!
It’s easy to make your donation for your p/hop pattern, just go here… Thank you!
Design / donate patterns
We always welcome new pattern submissions. You can find our submission guidelines here as well as information on how to donate a pattern to p/hop. Please get in touch with Clare or Jane if you have any queries.