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Five Spectacular Socks

Five Spectacular Socks. Knitting Patterns.

Pretty much all of us here at SweetGeorgia love socks. I mean, LOVE them. And why not? These small, portable projects give you nearly instant gratification. Sock knitting patterns also let you explore new techniques and stitches without having to commit to a big design, like sweaters.

Here are some of our five favourite patterns that we think you should try!


Slackcountry Socks – $8 CAD Elegant, crisp cables travel in columns down the leg and foot, offering up loads of delightful texture. Hints of twisted stitches, a reinforced Dutch heal, and top down construction mean it is a fun project from start to finish.

Spring with SweetGerogia, Vol. 1. Knitting patterns.

Prismatic – $8 CAD Lovely lace sprinkles across the fabric like a prism, resulting in socks that are light, comfortable, and utterly enchanting. You’ll love how easy-to-memorize the stitch is and how it pairs with the twisted-rib cuff.

Evo Socks

Evo Socks – FREE Varying stripes radiate out in a colour-blocking effect, perfect for our Party of Five sets or leftover stash yarn. These knit-from-the-top-down socks are fabulously simple to make, while feeling luxurious and cozy.

Peninsula Knitting Pattern by MK Nance. © Josh Yong / SweetGeorgia Yarns. 2015

Peninsula – $8 CAD Beautiful lines and curves echo the stonework of Peninsula Park in Portland, Oregon in these gorgeous socks. Rich cables, lush columns, and a stunning fit from the to-up construction promise pure fascination.

Petal Socks

Petal Socks – $8 CAD We love the romantic, feminine appeal of these socks, with the soft chevron motif and subtle stripes. The two colour design, using your favourite variegated colourway, makes for a truly personal, yet wonderfully easy, project.

Are you a sock knitter? What makes it the perfect project for you?Grab some fingering-weight yarn and let us know what you think about these patterns!


About Tabetha Hedrick

Tabetha Hedrick, Design Director for SweetGeorgia Yarns, lives by the belief that joy comes when fully participating in the present moment. And that joy is ever so easy to find when immersed in the world of fibre! When not knitting, writing, editing, or researching, she fills the time raising two girls, two dogs, and one husband in Tennessee.

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