screwball socks



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Introducing the Screwball Socks! 



A fun, playful sock that would work well for both women and men, the Screwball Socks are both stretchy and slouchy, and really comfortable.  The reverse-stockinette raised ridge spirals evenly down from the garter stitch cuff to the garter stitch, short-row heel.  The heel and stripe blend seamlessly with the reverse-stockinette sole, while on the instep the ridge keeps winding its way along, all the way down to the garter stitch wedge toe.


The pattern was designed for the November 2008 Robyn’s Nest Sock Club kit, and as such I need to leave a 3 month exclusivity on the pattern for the club members.  Therefore the pattern will be available as of March 1 2009.  As I did with the Phlox Socks pattern, those who wish to be notified when the pattern is available can email me, leave me a comment here or through Ravelry, and I’ll add you to a mailing list.


The Screwball Socks are on Ravelry here.

Author: Jennifer Lori

Punny dork who makes stuff.

5 thoughts on “screwball socks

  1. Jenn – those are great. They have, I think, the look of a sock that will be very very popular. We’ll have to make sure lots of people know they’re out there.
    Bravo 🙂


  2. They do look nice!! Can’t wait to make them! Good job!! xox


  3. Nice socks! Nice pictures of the socks 😉

    I’m sure that these will be super popular, like Kate said and I’ll be able to say “I knew her when”

    I can’t wait to make my own pair, so glad I got the kit so I have the pattern.


  4. Oh! Now I understand why there are screws strewn about on the pictures! Screwball! Riiight!

    Awesome socks, I’ve got some Sweet Georgia yarn that I think would work great with your pattern. I’ll just have to wait until March 2009!


  5. Wow, those are so cute! You are a very talented designer.


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