Dizzy and the Jazz Collection

Introducing… the Dizzy sock pattern!


This brand new pattern, named after Dizzy Gillespie, features large reverse stockinette and rib chevrons. There are 3 sizes, all charted, with mirrored left and right socks. By shifting stitches around, the horizontal waving bands of reverse stockinette blend in seamlessly without a jog. You’ll spin around, dizzy with delight! You can purchase Dizzy through the Cookie A Ravelry Store.

Sock Knitters Anonymous KAL

SKA Promo

We’re super excited that Cookie is a featured designer during the May for the Sock Knitters Anonymous group on Ravelry. In honor of that, use the code SKA to receive 25% off all individual patterns in the Ravelry Store in the month of May. Join in on the fun at the SKA group on Ravelry.

The Jazz Collection

Also in honor of the Sock Knitters Anonymous knitalong, for a very limited time through the end of May only, all 6 jazz themed sock patterns will be available as a bundle for $20. This includes Dizzy and 5 previously published patterns that have been heavily updated since their original release: Thelonious, Ellington, Ornette, Mingus, and Calloway. You must be a member of Ravelry to purchase this bundle which is available in the Ravelry Store.

Jazz Cover

Ellington has been re-worked in the beautiful String Theory Caper sock. The charts have been completely re-done in a simplified and more streamlined manner.

Calloway, a past favorite with swerving lace panels and cabled medallions, has been re-formatted and re-worded.

Mingus has been re-charted, re-formatted with two sizes added, and re-worked in the beautiful Hazel Knits sock yarn.

Thelonious, originally released in 2007, was updated and included in the book Knit. Sock. Love. That updated version is included in this bundle.

Ornette has been updated with new streamlined charts and an additional size. New photographs show Ornette knitted in Wollmeise sock yarn. The updated pattern calls for a tighter gauge of 9 stitches per inch in stockinette to match the new yarn. It can be knit at the original gauge of 8 stitches per inch and down one size to achieve the same sizing.



One Response to “Dizzy and the Jazz Collection”

  1. Get Smart says:

    Yep, we have an elf. His name is Ted. The kids really look forward to figuring out where he’s hiding each day, and I really enjoy my time off while he’s here. What do I mean? Well, when Ted’s here, the kids tattle to HIM… I hear “I’m telling TED! He’s going to tell Santa you’re being naughty!” I just sit back and laugh.Anyway… this is Ted’s 3rd year here, and somewhere along his travels between our house and the North Pole, Ted lost his red elf hat. So last year, I made him a new one (and a matching scarf), and I set him on the mantle with a crochet hook to make it look like he had made it himself. But it was pretty ugly… so THIS year I made him a new and improved set, and it’s MUCH cuter! I typed up the pattern & I’m sharing it with you… your elf will be cuter & this will solve your “NOW what should we do with the elf?” problem for ONE day. You’re welcome! The pattern requires 5-7 yards of worsted weight yarn, a G crochet hook, and about 30 minutes of your time.You can download your FREE copy of this adorable crochet pattern on RAVELRY or CRAFTSY This is a free pattern & you’re welcome to use this pattern in any way you like. Please don’t post this pattern, copy it, alter it, or claim it as your own. If you sell this item online, please include a link back to my blog as a courtesy. :) Thank you & Happy Holidays!

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