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Free sock knitting pattern! Kevathuuma socks by Tiin Kuu. Sportweight sock knitting pattern.

Free sock knitting pattern! Kevathuuma socks by Tiin Kuu. Sportweight sock knitting pattern.

Nutkin is an easy to memorize pattern with dramatic results. Although the pattern includes many YOs, the sock does not appear lacey. Great for subtle striping yarns, like the one pictured here.

Nutkin is an easy to memorize pattern with dramatic results. Although the pattern includes many YOs, the sock does not appear lacey. Great for subtle striping yarns, like the one pictured here.

Short Socks with Cables || Free Knitting Pattern  Garnstudio is one of my favorite sites for free knitting and crochet patterns!

Short Socks with Cables || Free Knitting Pattern Garnstudio is one of my favorite sites for free knitting and crochet patterns!

Free sock knitting pattern! Kevathuuma socks by Tiin Kuu. Sportweight sock knitting pattern.

Free sock knitting pattern! Kevathuuma socks by Tiin Kuu. Sportweight sock knitting pattern.

Sukkia ja lapasia

Sukkia ja lapasia

Ravelry: Conina Socks by Rachel Coopey

Conina Socks pattern by Rachel Coopey

Ravelry: Conina Socks by Rachel Coopey

Koti männikössä: Harmon palmikkosukat ja ohjetta

Koti männikössä: Harmon palmikkosukat ja ohjetta

A perfect example of how a sock pattern can be simple without being boring. Also, knit toe-up!

Kiila pattern by Yarnissima

A perfect example of how a sock pattern can be simple without being boring. Also, knit toe-up!

Sukat & Tohvelit ~ DROPS Design

Sukat & Tohvelit ~ DROPS Design

Galder, ’charm’ or ’incantation’ is Old English and relates to Old Norse galdr; from the verb galan, ’to sing’. The Oxford English Dictionary only lists two known usages of the word, one in Beowulf, the other dated c1205. In a way, knitting these socks reminded me of flowing, rhythmical chanting or weaving a spell. The cable begins to take form in the cuff, travels down the leg, finally splitting into two smaller cables that meander all the way to the heel and the toe.

Galder, ’charm’ or ’incantation’ is Old English and relates to Old Norse galdr; from the verb galan, ’to sing’. The Oxford English Dictionary only lists two known usages of the word, one in Beowulf, the other dated c1205. In a way, knitting these socks reminded me of flowing, rhythmical chanting or weaving a spell. The cable begins to take form in the cuff, travels down the leg, finally splitting into two smaller cables that meander all the way to the heel and the toe.

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