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Ravelry: anitram13's Butterblümchenwiese 32/2014

Ravelry: anitram13's Butterblümchenwiese 32/2014

Ravelry: squarejane's End of the year Monster socks 2013 13/13

These are a bright reminder to use up those scrappy small balls! squarejane's End of the year Monster socks 2013

Ravelry: JennyF's Music to my eyes

/ jenny f's music to my eyes / ravelry /

Free - pretty shaping of the pattern bands and back of heel/leg.  Ravelry: Woodruff pattern by General Hogbuffer

Free - pretty shaping of the pattern bands and back of heel/leg. Ravelry: Woodruff pattern by General Hogbuffer

Ravelry: Flechtmuster pattern by Simi76

Great lattice effect! Totally awesome for Christmas tootsies. - Ravelry: Flechtmuster pattern by

Ravelry: ringofkerry's Flattery socks

Pattern 'Flattery socks', knit with 2 skeins of Latvian mitten Knit Picks Tidepool Heather as main colour. Inspired by Latvian Mittens and can be found on Ravelry.

Ravelry: Hermione's Everyday Socks pattern by Erica Lueder Probably my favorite sock pattern!

Hermione's Everyday Socks by Erica Lueder knit in a fingering yarn and sized for a women's medium foot. These are top-cuff-down and seamless ~ FREE pattern on ravelry in English, French and German versions

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Garland Socks pattern by Lesley Melliship

Garland Socks pattern by Lesley Melliship

Not sure if I like it better with the multi color, or the white toe/heel :) . Ravelry: Project Gallery for Garland Socks pattern by Lesley Melliship - Free knitting pattern

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

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