|Say What? Socks in SilverSpun yarn|
While the conductive properties of the yarn make it excellent for gloves or mittens, you’re sure to love these textured, cabled socks for year-round use. SilverSpun yarn is made from cotton which is raised and spun in North Carolina; it is a finalist for the Martha Stewart American Made Craft Awards, and I highly recommend you click here to cast your vote!
The cabled panel gives a faux knotted look (without having to cut any yarn!), and it is complemented by a background of simple seed stitch.
The Say What? socks are super-stretchy and surprisingly warm, and they are an excellent yarn splurge for the fall season. Bonus: You can use your leftover SilverSpun yarn to knit the fingertips on gloves, allowing you to use a smartphone or tablet while wearing your gloves this winter!
You can get all 5 patterns for just $12 for a limited time only by entering KPSOCKTOBER at checkout!
I have also decided to change my policy on what can be done with items made from my patterns. Previously, the fine print on all of my designs explicitly stated that finished items may not be sold for monetary gain. For quite some time, I've been thinking about changing this to support folks who intend to sell at craft fairs or on Etsy, and one of my personal heroes (Stacey Trock from FreshStitches) makes an excellent case for allowing folks to sell finished items which credit the designer with a mention on the tag or link back to the website. I'll be updating all of my patterns as time allows to reflect this change, and I hope it will be positive one to the benefit of all.