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Showers of Flowers Socks

Showers of Flowers Socks

April showers might bring May flowers, but with these Springy socks you get both at once! Smocked stitches have delicate flowers trailing across your socks & down your legs so you can bring your garden with you wherever you go!



The pattern includes variations for both toe-up and cuff-down options and uses a short-row heel along with a standard wedge toe, but feel free to substitute your favorite toe as needed.


This pattern is written for 4 sizes: Baby – Adult Large. The smocked stitches really suck the fabric in so that’s why the stitch count seems high. Pick the circumference size that will fit you best, not the stitch count you usually cast-on with.


This purchase is for the single sock pattern only. Please visit the 2021 Indie Sock-a-Long page and register there if you are wanting to recieve this pattern & have a new sock pattern emailed to you the first Saturday of each month in 2021.

  • ​​​​​​​Sizes

    Baby, (Child, Adult S, Adult L)

  • Finished Foot Length

    4, (7.5, 9, 10.5)"

    [10, (19, 23, 26.5) cm]

  • Finished Circumference

    4.5, (6, 7.5, 9)”

    [11.5 (15, 19, 23) cm]

  • Yarn

    MC: 178, (309, 422, 545) ydsMC: [163, (282, 386, 498) m]CC: 20g mini-skein x 1 (Optional)

    Child-Sized Sample Used:

    Toad Hollow Yarns

    Sock Toad

    80/20 SW Merino/Nylon

    400 yds / 100 g


    In the Colorways:

    MC: The Fish Footman

    CC: When is a Raven Like a Writing Desk?

  • Needles

    US 1 (2.25 mm) Double Points
    or size and preferred needle type to obtain gauge

  • Notions

    • Cable Needle (optional)
    • Measuring Tape
    • Stitch Markers
    • Scissors
    • Tapestry Needle
  • Gauge

    32 sts x 48 rnds / 4” (10 cm) in Stockinette, blocked

  • Stitches Used

  • Notes

    Pattern includes links to relevant tutorials. Tutorials are also posted to the the YumiYarns Tutorials page.

    The needle size listed is the needle size I regularly use, but I am a very loose knitter so you may need to go up 1-2 needle sizes to get a fabric that you like. Most knitters do well with US size 2 (2.75 mm) & if you are a tight or newer knitter you may want to try a US size 3 (3.25 mm). If you know your standard needle size for sock knitting, use that instead of what I have listed (the size that gives you gauge).

    Make sure that your beginning of round marker is different from your other markers so you can tell the difference. Locking markers are recommended .

  • Knitting Community

    Share your project & connect with other knitters in the Indie Sock-a-Long! We’d love to see your version & cheer you on as you go.

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