Jennifer lives and knits in Montreal, Quebec, where she shares a home with her husband, yarn, 2 sons, needles, nail polish and a cat (not in order of priority). Her adventures in knitting and ...
Jennifer lives and knits in Montreal, Quebec, where she shares a home with her husband, yarn, 2 sons, needles, nail polish and a cat (not in order of priority). Her adventures in knitting and motherhood while working full time and becoming an optician are blogged about here: http://www.jeloca.com (Warning: she seems to do a lot of intarsia). You can also find her on Ravelry as jenniferlori, and see her other designs at http://www.ravelry.com/designers/jennifer-loriView all patterns by designer (14) »
They feature an optional lace cuff, a flower appliqu with a center bead, a short-row heel and ribbing that flows seamlessly into the lace design. (The ribbing is underneath the lace cuff- so you have the pretty outside and the functional inside).
The pattern is written for sizes small through x-large (7.5"-9") but due to the stretchability of lace patterns, fits 8.25"-9.75" and may even fit larger.
The yarn is from Biscotte & Cie (etsy shop here) and is really soft, plus her yardage can't be beat! I knit one x-large sock and one small, and have enough yarn left over to knit a second x-large sock for a complete pair. The colorway is called Alexandrite in the pattern, but that specific color was exclusive to the sock club.
The pattern calls for a 2.5 mm needle, and is written for both dpns and the Magic Loop method, with specific instructions for each methods when necessary.
8 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch in stockinette stitch