Caramel Latte Socks by C.C. Almon

Caramel Latte Socks

March 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 48 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch (blocked)
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
400 yards (366 m)
56 st sock fits a Women’s Small foot, 64 st sock fits a Women’s Medium foot, and 72 st sock fits a Women’s Large foot
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Caramel Latte Socks

Released on Thursday, 17-March-2016, as part of Coffee With C.C. ~ A 7 Pattern Caffeine Inspired Knitting Collection


As I mentioned in another of my coffee inspired sock patterns, I love, love, love sweet coffees. In the spring and summer, my preferred coffee is caramel flavoured.

For this pattern, I was inspired by the swirls of caramel the barista “draws” on the sides of the coffee cup and on the top of the coffee.

The design incorporates simple cable twists with swirls of texture. The pattern will shine on a solid or semi-solid skein of yarn.

So grab your Caramel Latte, your yarn, and your needles and cast on your socks. Happy Knitting!


These socks are knit using the magic loop method (although the purchaser could easily adapt it for two circulars or double points).

Judy’s Magic Cast On and Jeny’s Surprisingly Stretchy Bind Off are used in this pattern.

The knitter needs to be comfortable with the following techniques: knit, purl, ktbl, M1R, M1L, W+T, twisted stitches, & cables. Instructions for all these techniques are included in the pattern. In addition, a video tutorial for the shadow wrap technique of W+T for short rows has been recorded by the designer.

This pattern includes instructions in both written and chart forms for 56 stitch, 64 stitch, and 72 stitch socks.

Huge thanks to my amazing test knitters: Aimee (CrunchyMamaKnits), Amanda (littlepanda518), Andrea (angeiship), Ann (roocmc), Ashleah (a1dawen), Barb (outallday), Cristy (cristyray), & Susan (clucks). ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Pattern was tech edited by the phenomenal Rachel (porpoise) ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

Sample was knit by the brilliant Dami (damisdoodles) ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤


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