Designer Feature

Independent Designer Feature: Angler’s Loop Socks

We’ve known about and admired the Angler’s Loop Socks {web link} {ravelry link}, knit by Andrea Mules, of Knitting by Bicycle, out of Canopy Fingering in Laguna for a while now, but can’t seem to figure out why it took us so long to feature them!


Named after the sailor’s knot that forms a fixed loop, the socks are inspired by  sailor’s knots and life on a boat.  The socks begin with a 2 x 2 ribbing that flow beautifully into an intricate cable panel along the back of the sock. The foot and leg feature a wide ribbing, for optimum ease of fit and comfort.


Socks are the perfect project for this time of year – their portability makes them easy to carry around and pick up in moments of free time, and the Canopy Fingering is the perfect blend of fibers, creating a fabric with warmth and softness.

• Finished Size: 7.5 (8.5)” leg circumference.
• Yarn: Canopy Fingering in Laguna, 2 skeins.
• Needles: 1 set size US 1 (2.25 mm) dpns.
• Gauge: 36 sts and 44 rows = 4” in pattern.
• Notions: Stitch marker, cable needle.

As a wonderful treat, Andrea has generously provided this pattern for free! For more information and to download the .pdf, visit the pattern page here.

One thought on “Independent Designer Feature: Angler’s Loop Socks

  1. andrea says:

    thanks for the feature! i love knitting with canopy fingering. it really is the perfect sock yarn!

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