These pretty socks were inspired by the first snowfall of winter. The cuff features a decorative edging incorporating bobbles in the initial round. The lace of the edging continues into the leg but stops at the instep to ensure comfort over the foot. These socks are worked from the cuff down in a fingering weight yarn.
These socks require approximately 430 yards of fingering weight yarn. The sample pair was worked in Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Multi in the "Midway" colorway. The pattern includes written instructions and lace charts. It also contains a link to my tutorial for making a sock cuff blocker.