It’s March! It’s spring! Well, I have to ignore all the snow outside of my windows to really believe this, but I’m good at ignoring snow, as long as I’m inside :) And my new socks help as well – the gorgeous colors from String Theory Colorworks gorgeous yarn remind me of the warmer days soon to come!

If you need some help dreaming about spring, too, you can receive the pattern for 25 % off on Ravelry with the coupon code “spring” (without the quotes) from now until March 6th, end of day (Switzerland time).

There’s no need to panic and grab nail polish or hairspray for the runs in these socks – they make up a beautiful design element! The stitch pattern is super easy to knit – if you can knit and purl, you can do it! Detailed instructions for the heel and toe are included. The stitch pattern is written out as well as charted.
Many thanks to my tech editor cupani and my testknitters Dreamchaser0202, Elizabeth11, Ichbinsalso, Kathinka14 and KnitterScarlet.

Size: S (M, L)
Finished sock circumference: 18 cm [7”], (20 cm [8”], 23 cm [9”])

Gauge: 30 sts and 46 rounds = 10 cm [4”] in pattern after blocking

String Theory Colorworks Entanglement Self Striping (100 g [3.53 oz], 421 m [460 yd], 75 % merino, 25 % nylon), 1 hank Aconite
String Theory Colorworks Entanglement Heel/Toe (25 g [0.9 oz], 105 m [115 yd], 75 % superwash wool, 25 % nylon), 1 hank Avocado (optional)
2 mm [US 0] double pointed needles, or a size required to get gauge.
(Designer’s note: I’m a loose knitter, so you may want to try bigger needles if you aren’t.)
3 stitch markers

Skills needed:
Knit and purl
Working in the round
K2tog, k3tog, ssk, p2tog (s. Abbreviations on page 5 for all decreases)