The Chestnut socks pattern – CrochetObjet

Welcome to a new CrochetObjet knitting pattern introduction. The Chestnut socks pattern is now available with an introductory 20% off for the entire weekend. This pattern has been in the making since last June and was a blissful design process. Designing a new pattern is on my top favorite list. I enjoy getting lost in the creative journey and this journey takes time. Publishing a new pattern is such an exciting moment for me. Maybe because it gets done in between teaching, running an Etsy shop, shooting for a YouTube channel, social and writing my blog corner. I try constantly to squeeze in some more ‘pattern writing time’ into my schedule. So yes I’m very excited to tell you about my new Chestnut sock pattern today. This is the second sock pattern that I have published so far and will be joining the Cosy Weekend socks.

sock knitterIf you’ve been here for a while you know how I love sock knitting and so do my beloved weekly girls. We always have at least one sock project on the go, almost each of us. I consider myself an advocate sock knitter and an obsessed sock knitting teacher. Plus, and take my advice here, it’s THE most perfect knitting project to travel with.

The Chestnut socks patternYou might remember this picture I posted, while waiting for our flight to Rome, last June. I had this beautiful La Bien Aimee sock wool which I planned to knit a basic plain pair of socks with and eventually ended up with a new pattern. Sock knitting is a great traveling project because it’s small and portable and doesn’t require too much brain space.

The Chestnut socks patternYou know when you have a little routine created during travel days? What a bliss. So on our days in Rome we had a lovely morning coffee routine. Our hotel room was right up the Thirsty Man monument in the Piazza Barberini, where I enjoyed my morning knitting time EVERY single day. The perfect rhythm of just knit knit knit in the round zipping coffee and cheating with E, Every morning before heading out for the day with our beloved family.

When I was just about to start the heel flap I realised how I love the wrong side of the stitches. I was so hooked with the softness of those purl bumps and just couldn’t stand having them hidden inside. So I decided to go on a trial and error journey, even though I was originally planning to knit plain vanilla socks.

sock patternThe garter section took my heart away and I finished and blocked the new pair of socks when we were back home. A few days after we were back I finally finished writing down the pattern and blocked my new socks.
The moment I put them on my legs for the photo shoot I felt they are just too short for me and that I prefer to have the garter top section longer for more of this softness. Plus the colourway looked a little harsh now and I felt it misses the look and feel I was aiming for so I decided to reknit it all over again. Sounds crazy but yes.

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