New Pattern: Vintage Lace Socks

So here we are at Thursday again and it is time for a pattern release! This week we have a sock from Christina at Lone/Maple Studio. I hope this cheers up what proves to be another rainy day. I know having my toes snuggly warm in these socks will cheer up my day!

Designer: Christina Bossart
Publisher: Georgian Bay Fibre Co.
Published: June 2014

Craft: Knitting
Pattern Category: Feet - Socks
Demographic: Womens / Adult
Sizes Available: One Size - 64 stitches

Suggested Yarn:  Kilcoursie Fingering
Yarn Weight: Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi)
Needle Size: US 1.5 - 2.5 mm
Yardage: 300 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)

Designer Notes

This pattern came from a very simple inspiration, make my sister Carla a pair of socks for her birthday.  Birthday socks have  become a fond tradition for me, and it's even more fun when I get to design a pattern that suits the members of my family.  

For Carla, the socks I knit had to be classic and stylish, she has always been the classier sister.  However, they also had to be thoroughly modern and tidy. With those two the aspects came together into the Vintage Lace Socks.

For the socks I opted for single repeat of a lace panel down the outside of each foot. I love the look of asymmetrical socks, they somehow feel extra classy.  And while the lace is patterned on every row, because it is knit in the round, there is not a p2tog-tbl in sight.


Christina Bossart is the designer and teacher behind Lone/Maple Studio. In addition to knitting, mostly socks, Christina enjoys spinning and rigid heddle weaving under the watchful eye of her orange kitten, Jack. Please visit her blog at