Quaquaversal has been released into the world…
Lately, I've been questioning what I know about sock construction: Does it have to be toe-up or cuff-down? What if we started here, or changed the shaping there? How can I manipulate the construction to change the direction of the stitches? These are some of the thoughts that go through my head when I cast on for a new pair of socks.
The result is Quaquaversal. Designed specifically for self-striping and self-patterning yarn, this sock starts with the heel which creates a hub from which the yarn spreads in different directions. This sock uses a unique combination of cuff-down and toe-up sock techniques.
Like most of my favourite patterns, it looks more difficult than it actually is (it’s surprisingly easy, I promise). The stitch pattern for the leg is both written and charted, instructions are included for 5 circumferences, and the foot length is customizable. The instructions are needle-neutral to accommodate your preferred needle style and method for working small circumference in the round.
You can download Quaquaversal with a 20% discount until Monday April 1st, 2019 - no coupon code required! The discount will be applied automagically at checkout.