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Ulla 03/12 - Directions - Walk Like An Egyptian

Ulla 03/12 - Directions - Walk Like An Egyptian

Free sock knitting pattern Disappearing Act  from Knit Purl Hunter: Watch one color fade playfully into another in this toe up sock pattern that makes the most out of minimal yardage. Directions for a striped afterthought heel are just part of the fun in this two colored sock. You can download the free pattern for this scarf here: link

Free sock knitting pattern Disappearing Act from Knit Purl Hunter: Watch one color fade playfully into another in this toe up sock pattern that makes the most out of minimal yardage. Directions for a striped afterthought heel are just part of the fun in this two colored sock. You can download the free pattern for this scarf here: link

Ulla 02/10 - Ohjeet - Ees taas

Ulla 02/10 - Ohjeet - Ees taas

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Pehmeitä paketteja: sukat

Pehmeitä paketteja: sukat

OHJE: Sinivalkoiset sukat

OHJE: Sinivalkoiset sukat

These socks are my first experiment in open work knitting in a sock pattern and my first pattern to feature toe up construction. I loved the subtle variations of the yarn that I chose, and thought they would combine well with a lace pattern because the variegations wouldn’t be so strong that they would overwhelm the lace.

These socks are my first experiment in open work knitting in a sock pattern and my first pattern to feature toe up construction. I loved the subtle variations of the yarn that I chose, and thought they would combine well with a lace pattern because the variegations wouldn’t be so strong that they would overwhelm the lace.

Ravelry: Ripple Effect pattern by Jen Lucas

Ravelry: Ripple Effect pattern by Jen Lucas

Widsith is an Old English poem that only survives in one tenth-century manuscript, known as the Exeter book. The poem is an account of the travels of Widsith, whose name means ’far journey’. These socks were inspired by a skein of variegated yarn sent to me by a swap partner across the sea. The first version of these socks went through some changes to become this pattern – much like texts copied from manuscript to manuscript changed and were changed along the way.

Widsith is an Old English poem that only survives in one tenth-century manuscript, known as the Exeter book. The poem is an account of the travels of Widsith, whose name means ’far journey’. These socks were inspired by a skein of variegated yarn sent to me by a swap partner across the sea. The first version of these socks went through some changes to become this pattern – much like texts copied from manuscript to manuscript changed and were changed along the way.

Ravelry: Spring Roses - in Vienna (the socks) pattern by Kamilla

Spring Roses - in Vienna (the socks) pattern by Kamilla

Ravelry: Spring Roses - in Vienna (the socks) pattern by Kamilla

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