Rosa rubiginosa Socks by Hunter Hammersen

Rosa rubiginosa Socks

Knitting
March 2012
8 stitches = 1 inch
in s
325 - 400 yards (297 - 366 m)
s, l, fits a foot of about 8, 10.5 inches
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In July of 2022, I took down all my patterns. A tiny handful are destined to return, most are not.

I’m still releasing new patterns (along with other fun projects). I just want to focus my time and energy on making new things rather than on maintaining a back catalog of hundreds of older patterns. But there are lots of new things planned, and I’m excited to share them with you!

If you want to follow along with what comes next or read a little more about why I made this change (and the nifty things that happened along the way), you can do that here.

And don’t worry, if you had the pattern in your ravelry library before it went away, it will still be there. It’s always a good idea to keep backups on your own computer (websites don’t last forever), but nothing I can do can take anything out of your library (and I wouldn’t even if I could). Taking the patterns down just means no on else can buy them.




Curiosity cabinets were collections of wonderful objects brought together to inspire, delight, and inform.

Presented here, in this first volume of the series, is a knitter’s interpretation of a curiosity cabinet. It is an assemblage of lace and cables and ribbings (instead of the more traditional rocks and shells and leaves) that have been brought together to create 20 new patterns. In this book you’ll find ten socks, two hats, three cuffs, three cowls, and two shawls.

There’s sure to be something worthy of being added to your own collection of knitted treasures.