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Tonalita Sock Pattern – Now Free

November 18

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Just in time for holiday and cold weather knitting, I give you my Tonalita Socks pattern… for free! Made of Trendsetter’s lovely, soft Tonalita yarn, the socks are just right for lounging around the fire, giving as gifts, and even wearing to bed on those chilly nights when your feet just can’t get warm enough. Tonalita comes in lots of gorgeous colors. If you’re like me, you’ll end up making several pairs – they’re quick to knit, and its a pleasure to watch the colorways reveal themselves.


Here are the details:

Women’s’ sizes: S (shoe size US 5-6), M (shoe size US 7-8) and L (shoe size US 9-10)
Finished Measurements: 
Leg Length: 6 inches/15.25 cm for all sizes
6.5 (7.25,8) inches/16.5 (18.5, 20.3) cm
Foot Length, Approx.: 8.75 (9.5, 10.5) inches/22.25 (24.2, 26.7) cm
Trendsetter Tonalita (52% wool, 48% acrylic, 100 yds/50g/1.75 oz) (for substitution purposes:18 sts = 4” on US9 per ball band); 2*(2*, 3) balls
*Note: If you want a longer leg (such as 8”) you will need an additional ball of yarn
Needles: 1 set of 5 US#4/3.5mm double-pointed needles
1 set of 5 US#5/3.75mm double-pointed needles

You can download the pattern for free here:

Happy knitting!

4 Comments to

“Tonalita Sock Pattern – Now Free”

  1. On November 18th, 2011 at 10:15 pm Chris Says:

    These look lovely and warm. Thank you for the pattern! I love to wear thicker socks like these in the winter, and the wool-nylon blend seems ideal for warmth and wear. Is there an online source for the Tonalita sock yarn, please? Thank you!

  2. On November 20th, 2011 at 8:32 am Adrienne Garner Says:

    I love my Tonalita socks and keep them on my night table for those extra cold evenings.

  3. On November 20th, 2011 at 10:14 am AudKnits Says:

    I love the colors in yours!

  4. On November 22nd, 2011 at 5:35 pm AudKnits Says:

    If you like thick socks in the winter, these might be just the ticket for you. The yarn isn’t a sock yarn, it’s actually a worsted. On the #5 needles called for in the pattern, it creates the perfect density for the sock’s foot. I buy most of my Tonalita through my LYS, but when shopping online I get it through Yarnmarket.

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