New Pattern: Lumene Socks – And Knit For Free!

New Pattern: Lumene Socks – And Knit For Free!

Lumene Socks by Mimi Hill for Eskimimi MakesThere is a new pattern available in the shop, ready for download. This particular design is named Lumene for the twisting cables that lay within the flame-like elements on the socks.

The pattern has been written to include both charted and fully written instructions, so knitters are free to choose whichever form of instruction they would prefer to follow when knitting. The stitch pattern is deceptively simple, with very little cabling, but the elements are so placed to mean that each stitch is used to it’s greatest impact. The minimal cabling also keeps the socks elastic and very comfortable.
Lumene Socks by Eskimimi MakesThe lace and cable patterning comes to a graduated stop as you reach the instep, giving these socks a robust extended wear in the places that you need it most, to compliment the cushioned heel and smooth toe.
Lumene Socks By Mimi Hill for Eskimimi Makes

Special Offer: Between Now and Midnight on Monday 11th October, 11:59pm GMT, you’ll be able to buy the Lumene Socks pattern and get any one other single pattern of your choice from Eskimimi Makes for freeTo take advantage of this offer, simply add the Lumene socks to your cart along with another pattern and the discount will be automagically applied. Yes, I said automagically. Visit the knitting patterns page or my Ravelry Store to take advantage of this special offer.

These socks are available for immediate download, so you can be up and knitting them in a matter of minutes if you have some 4-ply yarn in your stash!

Yarn weight: Fingering/4 ply
Gauge: 30 stitches and 42 rows = 10cm/4″ in stocking stitch
Needle size: 2.5 mm (US 1½)
Yarn usage:  320 – 400 m (350 – 440 yards)
Sizes available: Women’s S/M, (L) to fit foot circumference 18-20cm/7/8″, (22cm, 9″)
Price: $4.50 add pattern to cart or buy it now

2 thoughts on “New Pattern: Lumene Socks – And Knit For Free!”

  • This looks like a great pattern! I’ve been wishing to knit a pattern of yours & have taken advantage of the fantastic offer..thank you so much!!

  • You mean Nov (and not Oct), correct? Will have to think if this is the pattern I want to use for my mom’s socks. Not sure when they will be up in the queue! 😉 Thanks for a great offer. (sjn821)

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