Rose Tendrils socks

You may remember that when I went up to Scotland for The Glasgow School of Yarn, I had a sock entered in the Charles Rennie Mackintosh design competition... Well, the design has finished test knitting and tech editing, and is ready for sale.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Margaret McKintosh Glasgow School of Yarn Art Nouveau Arts & Crafts art style toeup sock pattern

I'm so very happy to release the Rose Tendrils toe-up socks. These socks are an engaging knit for someone who wants a little bit of a challenge, and a beautiful pair of socks at the end of it. The textured knit & purl pattern on the top of the foot was adapted from two different Japanese stitch patterns, and the lace motifs clocking each side of the ankle, in the shape of a Mackintosh Rose, are wholly original. The sock is constructed from the toe up with a gusset and heel flap, and has three sizes for an easily customized fit.

for $5.00faux cables art nouveau mackintosh scotland original knitting stitch pattern

Yarn: 100g/400yds of fingering / 4ply / sock weight yarn (Shown: Juno Fibre Arts Milly High-Twist, color Rosewood)
Needles: US 1.5 / 2.5mm
Special Techniques: Toe-up socks, short rows, charts



  1. You're so friggin talented! I'd swear these were store-bought-for reals.

  2. Awww thank you!! I just can't get enough of socks. The best thing about them is you can go a little bit crazy with them, make them in all sorts of crazy patterns and colors - for example I wouldn't ever wear a bright green-and-orange sweater, but I have bright green and orange socks and I love 'em.

  3. Gorgeous design! Best of luck with your sales.