Knit in the round from the cuff down on two circular needles, Hidden Path socks look like plain stockinette socks from the front, but feature a lace motif running down the back of the leg. Another unusual feature of the sock is its “upside-down” gusset, a gusset which runs along the sides of the sole, rather than diagonally across the ankle.
This pattern is suitable for knitters who are comfortable knitting socks on two circular needles, can follow a chart, and don’t mind being a little adventurous with their gussets. Techniques include right- and left-leaning decreases worked on both the right and wrong side, yarn overs, and picking up stitches.
This pattern is intended for personal, non-commercial use. If you are interested in producing garments from this pattern for sale, I’d be happy to discuss a licensing arrangement!