« Multiplier Madness | Main | Catherine Lowe Kit Has Arrived »

November 30, 2004

Help! Nona Cannot Stop Making Footlets!

Nona is having way too much fun with these footlets.  I love how the toe and heel are shaped exactly the same using short rows.   I've modified the cuff to use ribbing instead of garter stitch -- believe you me, the ribbing cuff is far superior.  This pair is off to nona-sister4.  What next?  Well my Catherine Lowe kit just arrived in the mail, stay tuned...

Nona cannot stop with the footlets!

November 30, 2004 in Project - Eastern European Footlets | Permalink


Wow Nona, I love those socks nice work!

Posted by: Mary | Jan 9, 2005 6:29:17 PM

Hi! Is this footlets pattern "secret"( your own or?)? Or where you find it?
If you can, plz, answer via email ;o)

Posted by: Kati | Jul 26, 2005 10:53:40 AM

I'm a beginner and interested in making adult booties. Saw your and hope they are easy and available to copy.

Posted by: eileen stallings | Nov 11, 2005 12:18:04 PM

would love Nona's pattern for European Footlets - is the pattern available somewhere??

Posted by: Tracey Gonyea | Nov 12, 2005 6:09:18 PM

The footlets are gorgeous. Can you provide the pattern or a link to it. I'd be most grateful.

Posted by: Heidi Horowitz | Jan 18, 2006 2:36:15 PM

I LOVE these footies. Winter '03 Interweave mag is no longer available (checked online). Can the pattern be obtained anywhere?

Posted by: Sandie | Feb 4, 2006 2:52:06 AM

Oh, I want this pattern!

Posted by: Avivah | Mar 16, 2006 4:55:57 PM

interweave press can no longer sell this issue. They can also not sell any patterns separately prior to 2004.

If anyone finds this complete pattern, I would love a copy.

Posted by: TattinTeacher | Mar 17, 2006 8:27:58 AM

I too would like the European footlet pattern. Hard to find the Winter 2003 back issue of Interweave..Can someone please provide a copy via email..
Thank you,

Posted by: Rhoda Bailey | Mar 29, 2006 3:30:16 PM

I would like the pattern too... Interweave Knits no longer has back issues of it. Oh, well

Posted by: callista | Jul 4, 2006 6:26:46 PM

Me, too! Me, too! These are just too cute to pass up. If any one has a copy, please e-mail me at: scole456@att.net , please.

Posted by: Sherry Cole | Sep 30, 2006 12:32:44 AM

Love your blog. Thanks for the gauge multiplier. A great help!
You've got me intrigued...the footlets are sooo much fun. I went to the Interweave site to try to find the pattern, but alas, there are no more back issues! How could one get this pattern???

Posted by: Diane | Oct 23, 2006 6:00:07 PM

These are beautiful! May I add my name
to the "Is there a copy of this pattern"
list? They are simply adorable and my
toes are wiggling just at the thought of
being wrapped up in them!
Sorry, not sure what my URL is.

Posted by: Remi | Dec 27, 2007 7:29:28 AM

I'm diabetic and my feet get very cold, I would like the pattern for these footlets, is this possible.

Posted by: Eileen Thomson | May 12, 2008 3:47:19 AM

Hi, Nona:
I have been knitting your darling blue footlets with the white trim but wonder what type of yarn you use to knit yours. please tell me.

thank you. If you have the time or the inclination would you write and tell me?

Posted by: Janet Upchurch | May 26, 2008 7:35:15 AM

Is there a chance to get this footlet pattern? It's the best looking one I've seen. Thanks!

Posted by: suki | Aug 2, 2008 11:42:36 PM

Did anyone ever get the pattern, I really like them too

Posted by: Janet Klein | Jul 13, 2009 4:04:33 PM

The comments to this entry are closed.

All patterns, designs, content, and photographs Copyright 2004-2010 nonaKnits and Carolyn Quill Steele. All rights reserved. If you have any copyright questions or request, please ask -- nonaKnits at gmail dot com.