I am pleased to say that the second pattern in my sock series - Walks in Lakeland is published today.
The Comb Gill socks were inspired by a recent family walk up the mountain of Glaramara, this design represents the second in a series of four.
|Comb Gill - Louise Tilbrook Designs|
After you leave the fell wall and sheep behind you, you start the failry steep ascent and Comb Gill (pronounced Coombe Gill) provides an ideal spot for a quick drink and a breather.
A scenic stopping point where a mountain beck cascades over dark grey slate and granite.
|Comb Gill, Borrowdale|
The small twisted cables in this sock echo the paths taken as the water finds it own way down the mountainside, carving intricate niches and channels as it does so.
As with many of my patterns, this is offered in both cuff down and toe-up formats - although I'm hoping to win you all over to the way of the toe-up eventually :)
Until midnight on Sunday April 19th, 2015 this pattern is offered with a 25% discount applied at the checkout - no code needed.
For added fun and for those speedy knitters amongst you, knitting a pair of your very own Comb Gill socks and posting a picture to your Ravelry project page (and in the FO thread on my Ravlery group - link here) will get you a discount code for 50% off any of my other patterns.
So, grab your needles and join me..next stop is the wild and rocky summit of Glaramara