Here it is! I am sorry that there wasn't a "Sneek Peek" this past month, but I have had a crazy month. I am just lucky to have it done--stayed up late last night finishing.
I know all of you are saying, "Norwegian socks are multi-colored and almost always have some sort of snowflake pattern incorporated in the design." Well, in my quest to know all things "socks" I came across a picture of a Norwegian stocking in a museum that was not like any I'd ever seen. Perfect!! I thought. The stocking I saw is originally from Setesdal and the socks were knit in natural white and then if they were for a woman they would be dyed black. Men wore the white.
The design is a pattern of twisted and traveling stitches, purls, and tiny cable-like stitches. I designed the sock to be worked toe up, but it can easily be altered and worked cuff down.
The pattern will be on Google in just a few minutes.