Saturday, September 3, 2011

Crimson Tide! A New Pattern on Ravelry



Crimson Tide Socks on Ravelry
 

I cannot begin to tell you how much I enjoy knitting colorwork projects! And, now, just in time for fall (better known around here as Football Season!), I've designed a sock pattern called Crimson Tide.  Priced at $2 US, I am going to contribute all of my proceeds from sales of this pattern through January 9, 2012 (date of the College Football National Championship) to the Red Cross Disaster Fund.  Originally, I wanted to raise funds for the Red Cross to help with Disaster Relief from this Spring's tornadoes in the Southeast, particularly in Alabama (hence, my design inspiration!).  With the recent hurricanes in the Northeast and along the East Coast, I have decided to contribute to the general disaster relief fund to help wherever funds are needed most.


About Crimson Tide...a basic sock pattern really with an easy to memorize pattern that repeats around the leg of the sock and across the top of the foot.  The colorwork striping on the bottom of the foot adds extra interest to the look of the sock (and minimizes the need to weave in loose ends!).  I've used KnitPicks Palette in Pimento, Garnet Heather and White...perfect for all of you Alabama fans out there!  This pattern would also be pretty in blues and greens for a more aquatic look.  

8 comments:

sonelle said...

Gorgeous! As always!

iknit2purl2 said...

Thank you so much!

Katy said...

Beautiful! Makes me wish I could do color work!

Kathy said...

Beautiful! Makes me wish I could do color work. It terrifies me.

iknit2purl2 said...

You can do it! There's lots of videos out that show you how to work with 2 different colors of yarn which help a lot!

Susie said...

I'm so jealous of your color work! I've yet to try but maybe you've inspired me to give it another try. I love these socks!

iknit2purl2 said...

Thank you Susie!

Karin said...

Amazing socks!