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Crochet & Knitwear designs for socks & slippers

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Acorn Lace Socks

$5.25
Design by Evelyn A. Clark Lacy diamonds framing tiny garter and stockinette acorns form vertical scallops that continue down the instep of these socks. They will flatter and warm your feet even after acorn season has ended. Size: Women's average Yarn Requirements: 400 yards of sock weight yarn. Needles: Set of 5 double pointed needles US size 1 (2.25mm). Gauge: 16 sts = 2" (5cm). Learn More

Basic Sock

$7.00
Our mothers (and their mothers) knew this sock by heart, with its vertical heel flap, turned heel, picked up gussets and grafted toe. For many of us, it's the first sock we learned and our point of departure into the ever widening world of socks. While we love some of the new approaches, we return again and again to this straightforward, comfy basic. Once you understand its simple structure, improvise to your heart's content. Learn More

Basic Toe Up Sock 6sts/1"

$4.20
A basic toe-up sock pattern, worked in DK weight yarn. Includes directions for the figure 8 cast on. Yarn weight: DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) Gauge: 6 stitches = 1 inch in Stockinette Stitch Needle size: US 5 - 3.75 mm Yardage: 300 yards (274 m) Learn More

Basic Toe Up Sock 8sts/1"

$4.20
A basic toe-up sock pattern, worked in DK weight yarn. Includes directions for the figure 8 cast on. Yarn weight: Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) Gauge: 8 stitches = 1 inch in Stockinette Stitch Needle size: US 2 - 2.75 mm Yardage: 300 yards (274 m) Learn More

Beginner Mid Weight Sock

$4.20
A simple to knit sock written for sport weight yarn at 28 sts to 4 inches, sized for men and women. Learn More

Beginner Socks

$4.50
This pattern was written with sock workshops in mind. An easy worsted weight sock, 20 sts to 4 inches. Many beginning sock knitters can knit it with no extra help. Women's sizes. Learn More

Dainty Ankle Socks

$7.35
PATTERN DESCRIPTION If you need a dressy sock for your little miss, try Dainty Ankles. The pattern includes instruction for baby and child size and the project begins at the lacy rib cuff, moves on to the round heel and Stockinette stitch foot, and ends with a round toe, eliminating the need for grafting. SIZING Baby (Child 10/12) SKILLS USED Knitting in the round, decreases, lace, picking up stitches FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 5.25 (7)" circumference MATERIALS Yarn used: Cascade Heritage Sock Yarn (75% Superwash Merino Wool / 25% Nylon), 100 g/427 yds, one skein (colors #5613 and #5652) • Fingering weight yarn, approx 150 (250) yds • US size 1 (2.5 mm) dpn set of five • Stitch marker • Darning needle GAUGE: 32 sts & 48 rnds = 4"/10 cm in St st Learn More

Fedora Scarf & Sock

$7.35
PATTERN DESCRIPTION If you need the perfect gift for your guy, try this pair. It's not fussy, but it'll be fun for you to knit. The same easy stitch pattern appears on both socks and scarf, but the use of different yarn weights for each piece produces different results. The socks are knit from the cuff down to the reinforced round heel and on to the grafted toe. SIZING Adult medium sock Scarf approx 56" long SKILLS USED Knitting in the round, picking up stitches, decreases, grafting FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8.75" circumference MATERIALS Yarns used: Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock (80% Superwash Merino/20% Nylon) 4 oz (435 yd), 1 skein, color Pewter; Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sport (100% Superwash Merino Wool); 70g / 200 yds, 2 skeins, color #102, Mine Shaft Fingering weight yarn, approx 425 yds Sport weight yarn, 400 yds (366 m) US size 1 (2.5 mm) circular needles (2) US size 7 (4.5 mm) 16" circular or straight needles Stitch markers Darning needle GAUGE 32 sts & 44 rnds = 4"/10 cm in St st with sock weight 20 sts & 28 rows = 4"/10 cm in St st with sport weight Learn More

Felted Clog

$5.25
Design by Bev Galeskas One of our most popular patterns. . Knit with double yarn. Sizes: Women's sm, med, lg and men's med and lg. To fit US shoe size up to women's 6, (8, 10) and men's (11,13). Sizes can easily be adjusted up or down by carefully controlling the felting, which is the key to a really custom fit. Yarn Requirements: Approximately 500 (540, 580 / 675, 720) yards per pair. This yardage allows for yarn to be held double throughout. Contrasting cuffs require from 50 to 70 yards depending on size. Cuffs with novelty yarn require about 35 yards of a thick "fur" type synthetic yarn that will hold up to the felting process. 2-color clogs will require approximately 1/3 of the yardage in upper color and 2/3 in sole/cuff color, but be sure to allow for some extra in each color. Choose a worsted weight wool that felts easily to a firm fabric. Shown in double strand Naturally 10 ply Alpine, 100% New Zealand wool. Teal clog has Temptation added to the cuff and the cuff of brown clog is knit in 10 ply. Optional: Fiber Trends suede soles will add both traction and durability to your clogs. Needles: US size 13 (9mm), 24" and 16" (60cm and 40cm) circular needles. Also, a spare circular needle in a smaller size. Learn More

Fidalgo Feet

$5.25
Design by Linda Peterson Fidalgo Island is known as the gateway to the San Juan Island's in Western Washington. Using the beauty of the island as inspiration, this sock is patterned with evergreen trees and wave-like ribbings. The rib pattern extends to decorate the heel and the tree motif is repeated on the top of the foot making these great socks for wearing with sandals or clogs. Size: To fit average women's feet. Knit to desired length. Yarn Requirements: 370 yards (338m) of sock weight yarn. Learn More

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