5.08.2009

My Pattern On Ravelry! This means a contest!

For some time now I have been working on writing up a new sock pattern. I have a couple of patterns available for free, but I wanted to try to start selling some. After much test knitting and proofreading (thanks to my speedy knitting friend Jenni), I present the Spider Lace Socks:

Simple Lace Socks? Yes, please!
I look good in a variety of colors!C'mon, you know you want to knit me!

Here is my description of the pattern from Etsy:

Spider Lace Socks by Jen Hansen

For me, there is nothing better than combining socks with an easy lace pattern. Enter the Spider Lace Socks. These socks have an easy 10 stitch lace pattern that can be easily memorized for easy sock knitting.

Sock pattern is written for a women’s size medium. Socks are knit with US Size 2 (2.75mm) needles at a gauge of 7sts/inch in stockinette. A total of 60 stitches around are used. The Spider Lace Socks pattern is written for a cuff down sock with heel flap.

Materials needed for this pattern are US Size 2 double pointed needles or size needed to obtain gauge, one skein of fingering weight sock yarn (Knitting Like Crazy Crazy Soft Sock yarn is recommended) and a tapestry needle.

Anyway, my pattern is available for $5.00 both on my Etsy site and on Ravelry (I tickled pink by the fact that I got my pattern store set up on Ravelry this morning)

Now to the contest part. :) Please leave a comment here on the blog before Tuesday, May 12 at 5pm. A random number generator will pick three people to receive the pattern for free.

So, comment away!

Hope you like it. Happy Friday and happy knitting!

34 comments:

  1. Very pretty! I love the laciness! Congrats!

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  2. Your socks are gorgeous! I saw them on the pattern page and instantly added them to my queue.

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  3. They're beautiful! I love the subtle lace pattern that you used for them.

    I posted about your contest on WiKnit (http://wiknit.blogspot.com), my knitting contest blog!

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  4. Beautiful! I have the perfect semi-solid yarn to knit up these pretties!
    Chrissy at knittoday(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  5. as one who is learning to knit socks, these are beautiful...i hope they are not as complicated as they look!

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  6. hodgepodgespv is spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  7. OOh pretty! I love lace and I'm getting into socks!

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  8. Your blog is the one I Stumbled Upon that inspired me to start knitting! Your patterns are gorgeous and an inspiration to us new to the knitting world. Great socks, as usual!

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  9. Ohhh... these are beautiful! If I win I will make them for my daughter... she celebrates her 19th birthday on May 12 and loves handknit socks

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  10. I love the lacy look of these socks. If I don't win, I'll probably be back to visit your Rav store to get these!

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  11. Oh excellent pattern. I can't decide which color looks better...oh well, guess it will just have to be knit several times!

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  12. Very nice pattern. I'm a fan.

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  13. very nice pattern! loke the name as well!

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  14. Very pretty! Can't wait to knit them!

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  15. Good Luck with your new "shop". Very nice pattern also.

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  16. Very pretty and the color is so nice love the pattern

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  17. mappy on ravelry10:30:00 AM

    Congrats on the pretty pattern! :)

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  18. Those are so pretty! What a lovely pattern.

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  19. The socks look lovely. I would be honored to win a pattern and knit them. Thanks for the contest. Debbie

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  20. I adore those! They are going in my queue right now :)

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  21. Love to knit lace and socks, great combination. (sueh on Ravelry)

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  22. that is a cute sock i like it vbarton24 aat gmaial dot com

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  23. What a pretty sock! I love it!

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  24. Very cute! I've been looking for a lace pattern sock to knit.

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  25. looks like this would be fun to knit and wear. lacey without being too airy.

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  26. Très belle! I want a shot at this pattern!

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  27. Hi, Friend!

    Purdy socks!

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  28. Anonymous5:23:00 PM

    Prettiness! Me want!

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