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Lace Socks

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Knit Sock Workshop taught by Donna Druchunas

Donna teaches basic sock knitting, but even experienced sock knitters will pick up new tricks, including the Kitchener stitch and figure-8 cast-on.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Fingering (4 ply)
Sizing Women
Style Casual, Classic, Traditional, Cute
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What needles did you use? US 3 / 3.0 mm / UK 11

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What materials did you use? Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll Sock Yarn in Ash

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Well these look wonderful on you! Great job making them long over the knee. I now know that I can make them for my daughter and daughter -in-law and grandchildren. Much to my surprise, I have old lady legs. That was a shock!!!

03/03/2014 Flag

Love your socks. Now thinking about if I have enough yarn to do the same thing... :)

03/07/2014 Flag

Great Socks

05/03/2014 Flag

These look really good! They should use them for the class example as they are much more attractive than the red ones she has in there. did you do extra increases over the leg above the knees sock ending area or just continue straight? I agree it would be better to make them longer with more ribbing at the top. I'm a dancer and I like long leg warmers which these remind me of with feet! You are obviously a dancer too ( your feet and legs tell me!) Having made leg warmers a few times now I make them about 4" longer than your socks and end with 2.5 -3 inches ribbing at the top. I do insert elastic and they do stay up now.

01/20/2015 Flag

Cool, love them above the knee!

03/06/2015 Flag