A big part of my design life has been spent in the excellent company of Tina, the color maven behind Blue Moon Fiber Arts. We've conspired with sweaters and socks and cowls and all sorts of knitted goodies over the years.
Her Rockin' Sock Club is a big whirlwind of sockstravaganza craziness, with hundreds of knitters looking forward to packages of yarn and patterns hitting their mailboxes every other month. Back in 2014, I contributed a sock pattern to the Club that's hands-down my favorite one to knit and wear.
I named them 'Keystone' partly because of the way the shaping cradles the arch of the foot on the sole, and partly after the Port Townsend-to-Keystone ferry run that's a part of life here in my little hometown.
Today, Keystone Socks are available on Ravelry for your downloading and knitting pleasure!
Hope you enjoy them - they're a great way to feature fabulous hand-dyed yarns like Blue Moon's Socks that Rock™!