Celtic Waves Sock Pattern (knit)


Pattern for making your own Celtic Wave socks!

You’ll need : 100g fingering (4ply) sock yarn, 2.25mm needles, and this pattern.

It is made: cuff down, with modified strong heel, sideways toe. It uses twisted stitches for beautiful stitch definition.

It’s not as difficult as it sounds – but it will keep you interested all the way through!

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This pattern uses a lot of twisted stitches to get gorgeous stitch definition.

There are celtic knot cables in between longer sections of eyelet patterning, with zigzaggy “waves” on either side.

The heel is an unusual, but easy construction – a variant on the “strong” or “fleegle” type heel.

The toe is the “sideways” toe because it fits the pattern so well.

I used a single skein of Opal (100g) and had about 20g leftover after making a pair of the medium size.

Charts for all 3 sizes are included as well as written instructions, and optional slipped stitch/EoP heel patterning.

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