Tarr Steps Socks

Tarr Steps Socks is another pattern in the series ‘Around Britain on your hands and feet’. Tarr Steps is actually a ‘clapper bridge’ within the Exmoor National park. It consists of 17 huge slabs of stone mounted on pillars & the river ripples between these pillars deep in the valley of the River Barle. The bridge could date back over 1,000 years and according to local legend the stones were placed there by the devil to win a bet!

tarr steps

Tarr Steps socks are a gentle lace pattern sock that works with plain or self striping yarn. The pattern is easy to remember and makes a good travel or TV watching knit. The pattern contains travel details and photographs of Tarr Steps to fit with the ‘Around Britain’ theme. The pattern is obtainable from Ravelry.

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