My latest sock pattern went live this week. (Yes, I seem to be going through something of a sock phase still.) Indian Violets are worked toe-up with a flap-and-gusset heel. The star of the show with this design is the stitch pattern on the leg. It is made by wrapping the yarn multiple times per stitch on one round, and then dropping all the extra wraps while changing the order of the stitches in the next. Don't worry, it's nowhere near as complicated as it sounds, and it works up really quickly. The plain stocking stitch foot allows you to get to the fun bit fast as well as allowing the colours of a multi-coloured yarn to pool and flash. The whole sock is terrific in a wild multi so dig through your stash and see what you can find!
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