To Darcy with Love
“You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you”
This sock pattern was inspired by the character of Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy.
You simply cannot read Pride and Prejudice and not fall in love with Mr Darcy yourself.
From the very first moment of meeting him, all stiff and proper to those wonderful declarations of love…and you can’t tell me that, should the love of your life declare their love to you in such a manner, you wouldn’t swoon… there is just something about Mr. Darcy that captures the heart and imagination.
This is probably why it has made him one of the most famous male literary characters of all time.
Continuing reading about To Darcy with Love HERE
7″ (8″, 9″)
421-465yds/385-425m Fingering 4ply yarn
(Sample was knit in Sherwood Yarn BFL Sock in the Blue Steel colourway with the Holly Blue colourway used for contrast)
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Needles & Gauge
2.25mm [US size 1] needles in your preferred sock circumference knitting method
Sample was worked at a gauge of 36 sts and 48 rows = 4” [10cm] stockinette stitch using 2.25mm needles (blocked).
Please be aware any changes in gauge may affect your yardage and finished size.
You will also need;
– 1 stitch marker
Due to the easy nature of this pattern only written instructions are required.