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In early childhood my grandmothers shared their love of crafting with me, ever since I have been crocheting, knitting, embroidering, quilting, sewing and painting. I enjoy making items I love, and ...
In early childhood my grandmothers shared their love of crafting with me, ever since I have been crocheting, knitting, embroidering, quilting, sewing and painting. I enjoy making items I love, and want to share these items with others. My favorite things to make are both beautiful and useful, combining the appeal of function and winsome charm. I hope I can bring the feel of the years past, spent sitting with my grandmothers and great grandmothers, creating in the warmth and comfort of their homes to you.
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This pattern is great for gardening socks, covering your calves and fitted perfectly to our legs. Great to wear with boots or on their own. Perfect for cool weather when knit in wool, great for summer if knit in cotton. No matter how you work these up I am sure you will be delighted with the results!
Can't ever find socks you like, that are comfy, and that fit your feet? Here is to making your own socks and being one step closer to self sufficient and not dependent on the commercialism giants.
This is a great pattern and I am super proud of it! Perfect for boots and I can honestly and proudly say this is a perfect sock for so many uses. Super customize able pattern for best fit for you and your body!
Errata: March 7, 2012
Decrease rounds: should read as follows...
Row 1: K 2 tog, work in Thermal pattern till last 2 sts, P 2 tog.
Row 2: P 2 tog, work in Thermal pattern last 2 sts, K 2 tog.
Row 3: K
Row 4: P
Row 1: P 2 tog, work in Thermal pattern last 2 sts, K 2 tog.
Row 2: K 2 tog, work in Thermal pattern till last 2 sts, P 2 tog.
Row 3: K
Row 4: P
Errata only applies to patterns downloaded before this date. PDF has been corrected.
Gauge: 20 stitches in thermal pattern = 3" & 4 rows = 1/2 inch