Schneeflöckchen Socks knitting pattern, published in December 2022
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Since I can remember, I have always loved snow. There is something magical about the first snowfall of the season. To watch the snowflakes fall always brightens up my mood and brings me joy. I decided to name the pattern “Schneeflöckchen” which means “little snowflake” in German because I knit the first sample of this hat design for my daughter.
After designing the Schneeflöckchen hat, I was so in love with the patterning that I wanted to create a pair of socks using the same pattern.
This simplistic and beginner-friendly sock design is worked cuff down. The sock is worked with two colours, with every third round being a colourwork round. The cuff and toe contain some subtle scallops for an added detail.
Rosemary & Pines Fiber Arts ‟Luster Sock DK“
100 g of main colour, colourway ‟Fog“
50 g of second colour, colourway ‟Snow“
(100% German Merino wool, 250m/273 yards per 100g skein)
estimated yardage (depending on size and foot length):
150 g or 375 m/410 yards in total
(sample in size S with a size 7 or 39 foot uses 85 g of main
colour and 37 g of contrast colour)
Adult XS, S, M, L
with an ankle circumference of about 7.5/8/8.5/9 inches or 18.5/20/21.5/23 cm
32 stitches x 36 rounds
in colourwork leg pattern
(measured in the round over 4 inches or 10 centimeters,
Before casting on please make sure to knit a swatch to check if your gauge is correct. If your gauge is off, consider knitting a different size or using different size needles.
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