Permanent residency socks
In the instep & sole section, in Row 9 after the 3rd set of k2tog, there should not be a k4. Note that the chart is correct.
This pattern was designed while I was studying for (and taking) an exam in the UK to obtain my permanent residency hence the silly name.
The pattern combines creation of elongated stitches and a mock cable and works equally well with hand-dyed, self-striping, or semi-solid yarns.
It is worked toe up and written to allow the knitter to choose what type of needles/method they want to use. The heel is a heel flap similar to one in a top-down sock, but requires no picking up of stitches!
You should be familiar with sock construction or be adventurous to use this pattern. A chart is included.
Change in pricing
I chose to reduce the price of this pattern after looking more closely at a number of other patterns and decided that for the level of difficulty I couldn’t really justify the higher price. I hope those who purchased the pattern at the higher price understand and know that I did donate half of the sales to Doctors without Borders.