Pom Star Socks. You gotta love the way that almost any font make the 'm' of the 'Pom' look like an 'r' and an 'n'. Why yes, this is entirely the reasoning behind choosing the name - how did you guess?!
|pom star socks by redscot|
complete with gratuitous pomegranate shot
So here it is: the latest in my collection of alcohol-beveragely-themed socks for your delectation! Pom(egranate) Star Socks! Have you ever tried a Pom Star cocktail? All you need is a glass full of ice and some gin, and top it up with equal parts of pomegranate and passion fruit juice! Almost as delicious as the socks themselves!
|lightweight superwash merino wool sock yarn by fearless fibers|
in the wrath colourway
Cuff down, cabled (some of which can be done without the cable needle), heel-flapped and just waiting to go to a good home!
This large size was knit with fingering weight yarn and size 2.75mm (or US 2) dpns, but, as always, it's just as simple to use 2 circs, or magic loop.
I work out the sizing, not, as some folks do, by measuring the foot, but by measuring the ankle circumference. I've tried on so many socks that would be perfect if not for the sadness of never getting the thing past my heel and ankle! For me, the large is roughly a circumference of 9"/10". A heel flap usually gives enough ease, though, so there's not much to worry about here!So, there you have it - one new sock pattern.
I'm liking this theme - it gives great scope for testing... in more ways than one!