Crocodile Tears, Lace Socks by Coryna Blasko
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Crocodile Tears, Lace Socks

April 2011
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 0 - 2.0 mm
416 - 437 yards (380 - 400 m)
Ladies 9-11, or Medium
This pattern is available from for £2.00.

These were destined originally to be called simply oatmeal socks, after the colour of the wool used, Truly’s Cygnet 4 ply fingering in shade 2046, Oatmeal. However, as I brought the socks to life on my needles, it occurred to me that the lacy meandering teardrops looked more like the large rivulets of tears that might form if a crocodile really were to weep.

The lace pattern is really quite simple to master. If you have never made socks before, then these are a great place to start as the pattern is written row by row, and the final results are impressive.

Hope you enjoy them!