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Ravelry: TrishKnits' No. 2 Pencil Socks

2 Pencil Socks" from The Yarn Enabler. The pattern has instructions for cuff down AND toe up!

(Photos: Deborah Kemball) These gorgeous socks were just published to Ravelry this week and are designed by one of our very own customers! Self-Important Socks by the lovely Deborah Kemball are kni…

Free pattern Friday: Self-Important Socks

(Photos: Deborah Kemball) These gorgeous socks were just published to Ravelry this week and are designed by one of our very own customers! Self-Important Socks by the lovely Deborah Kemball are kni…

photo inspiration! Uses the Modicum Mitts pattern as inspiration. A Great way to use up odds and ends of sock yarn. Use a basic sock pattern (free in the shop!) and stripe away. Love the grey cuff and toes

Modicum Mitts pattern as inspiration. A Great way to use up odds and ends of sock yarn. Use a basic sock pattern (free in the shop!) and stripe away. Love the grey cuff and toes

Pattern from Ravelry, costs only $1.99, so cute. Definitely adding to my Wish list for a future project.

Charlie Socks pattern by Bethany Richards

My Cup of Tea socks are worked top down on dpn’s. Inspiration for these socks came from the “crocuses” pattern (p. 60) The Stitch Collection Book 5/Specialty Stitches by Debbie O’Neill.

My Cup of Tea socks are worked top down on dpn’s. Inspiration for these socks came from the “crocuses” pattern (p. The Stitch Collection Book Stitches by Debbie O’Neill.

Free - use Gansey knit/purl patterns for socks  Ravelry: Gladys pattern by General Hogbuffer

cablesandpurls: “ Free Knitting Pattern: Gladys Sock Pattern by General Hogbuffer Cables & Purls on Etsy ”

Ravelry: Basic Toe-Up Socks pattern by Jesse Loesberg - This is one of the easiest patterns to follow for men or women.

I’ve gotten so much free advice, information, and so many free patterns from the interwebs that it was time to balance the karmic scales. Here’s my basic toe-up sock pattern for the Magic Loop, for free!

This is a deceptively simple way of constructing a sock by reducing the flap to a very small strip and working an extended gusset in its place. The rounds form a right angle around the ankle and instep, which gradually softens into a continuous round; hence the reference to the mathematical problem of ‘squaring the circle’.

constructing a sock by reducing the flap to a very small strip and working an extended gusset in its place

Ravelry: Geology Socks pattern by verybusymonkey

Geology Socks pattern by verybusymonkey

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