Soundwave Socks



Soundwave socks launch

This pattern has taken me a while to get written up, it's not complicated, it's just taken me a while to get the 2nd sock off the needles and the pattern written, these things can happen sometimes. But it's a great way to kick off the new year with a new pattern launch.

Soundwave socks are inspired by my childhood Walkman. You remember those right? I had my first for my 9th birthday in 1990... haha. The sock has a equaliser style sound bar pattern running down either side of the leg. For some reason this pattern doesn't like to be photographed, but you can certainly see it in person that's for sure. 

close up sock

There is also a pattern on the top of the foot too, all the symbols for the buttons on my walkman, stop/rewind/play/fast forward/pause... you can choose to include these or leave them out if you don't appreciate any kind of texture against your feet when wearing hand knit socks. 

If you have knit socks before, this pattern will be a breeze, the details are added with purl stitches, so a quick glance at the pattern every other round and you'll be set to knit these in front of the tv. 

A regular cuff-down construction with a reinforced heel flap makes these socks super comfortable to wear. Work them in your favourite easyknits varigated yarn colourway, or even in a semi-solid to show off the stitch pattern. Click here to buy your copy today.


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