Blue purple yellow green white pink CUSTOM MADE Scandinavian pattern rustic fall autumn winter knit knee-high wool thick socks present gift
Socks have become the best present for my friends and relatives. They LAST LONG, keep you warm and cosy, have a lot of stretches. CAN BE WORN not only at home (you won't need slippers any more), but also outside: especially with a short skirt and short shoes, as well as over tight trousers or leggings. Essential for winter (skiing, skating, snowballs) and autumn (camping, biking, fishing) outdoor activities and sports. The socks will be MADE TO ORDER in 3-5 days after all the details have…
Toe-up Gusseted Heel
Warning: This is a very picture heavy post. Click on any picture to see a larger version. I am a big fan of toe-up socks. Partly because I have large feet and I always worry about running out of yarn...
Squircle pattern by General Hogbuffer
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’.
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Porthos, Baron du Vallon de Bracieux de Pierrefonds is a fictional character in the novels “The Three Musketeers” by Alexandre Dumas père. He and the other two musketeers Athos and Aramis are friends of the novel’s protagonist, d’Artagnan, and the four of them have many adventures. Porthos is the extrovert of the group, enjoying wine, women and song. Though he is often seen as the comic relief, he is also extremely dedicated, honest and loyal toward his friends and fellow Musketeers. As the…