Our September 2023 knitwear pattern was created exclusively for Two Sheeps LLC by Elise Ljiko! (@frosiaknits on Instagram)
Elise: "This pattern was inspired by the stunning landscapes of California vineyards. Visiting California reminds me of days spent in the Tuscan countryside of Italy. From Montalcino to Chianti and beyond, tasting wine or spending a day at a vineyard is an activity I highly recommend! The button stitches in this pattern create cascading grape bunches on the vine down the middle of the sock as a nod to the beautiful vineyard landscapes. These socks are knit cuff down using a heel flap and gusset heel including a slipped-stitch pattern for thickness and durability. I hope you enjoy knitting and wearing these socks as much as I've enjoyed designing them!"
Elise designed these socks using 1 skein of superwash fingering-weight yarn that was dyed exclusively for Two Sheeps by Marissa Bonnett of Fantasy Fibers Yarn Co.
All (100%!) of profits from the sale of this beautiful shawl pattern will be donated to World Wildlife Fund (@world_wildlife, www.worldwildlife.org), a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to bear witness to the accelerating decline of nature and our climate, with serious consequences for life on Earth, including our own. Their vision is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. WWF works to conserve and restore biodiversity, reduce humanity’s environmental footprint, and ensure sustainable use of natural resources to support current and future generations. 💗
Small (7"/18 cm), Medium (8"/20 cm), Large (9"/23 cm), X-Large (10"/25 cm) Foot circumference measurements are in parenthesis.
1 skein of fingering weight/sock yarn. You will need less than one skein of sock yarn to complete two socks. The sample was knit using Fantasy Fibers Yarn ‘Enemy to Lovers’ fingering in the colorway “Vineyard” (85% superwash extrafine merino /15% nylon) 437yds / 3.65oz, 400m / 100g
US 1.5 (2.5 mm) circular needles (9"/23cm) or preferred needles for knitting socks
The “LaVigna” sock pattern is also available on Ravelry and PayHip for the same price.
Note that Two Sheeps cannot transfer your purchased pattern to your Ravelry library.