Yes, a new sock pattern! (I bet y'all thought I'd forgotten this blog.)
The name of these socks was inspired by the color of the yarn I was using, and a fond memory of swimming in cenotes in Mexico. Cenotes are small fresh water lakes made by the collapse of underground caves and then filling up with ground water. There are many of them on the Yucatan peninsula, and the water is as blue as these socks.
It features a 2 by 2 ribbed cuff and a very simple stitch pattern that is easily memorized that I found in a very old sweater pattern. It's slip stitch, but with garter in between, it ends up being very stretchy. Written for a womans medium sized foot (size 8-US shoe), it requires 100 grams (3.5 oz) of fingering weight sock yarn and size 2 needles.
|Stitch pattern detail|
This pattern is written for knitting in the 2-circular needle method but can easily be converted to other methods.
Click here for the pattern ---> Cenotes Socks PDF
I test knitted this pattern several times, but even still there might be errors. Please let me know if there are by posting a comment here.