Little “bubbles” in a chevron pattern mimic the rushing waters of rivers and creeks that were the inspiration for this toe-up sock design.
The “bubbles” are mini mock cables (no cable needle required) with an eyelet in the center on a k2, p2, ribbing base.
The semi-solid colorway and superwash merino with tencel make it the perfect sock for the transition season when melt waters will fill the rivers and creeks again.
The pattern comes for 5 foot circumferences and the foot and leg length are adjustable.
The pattern has written out instructions as well as a chart for the stitch pattern.
It comes with a photo tutorial for a nifty toe-up Stockinette stitch cast-on also invented by Judy Becker (as in Judy’s Magic Cast-On), a tutorial for how to work short-rows and an example of how to calculate when to start with your gusset increases.
You can see some more pictures in a "Behind the Scenes" blog post at: http://nikkis-studio.com/2014/08/15/behind-the-scenes-riverwalk-phot