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Originally released with paid membership to Hermione Jean Creations Ancient Runes Tonal Sock Yarn Club, Delectation is now available for individual purchase! The pattern will be delivered via e-mail, in PDF format, within 24 hours of purchase. Please make sure to provide your e-mail address when ordering, for ease of delivery. From the pattern description: '"Wunjo" was the inspiration for this pattern. This rune symbolizes joy, comfort, pleasure, fellowship, harmony, and prosperity. If reigned in it is a sign of general prosperity and recognition of worth. Obviously the soul of Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore was molded around these very descriptions. The rune is present throughout the pattern, with no breaks from one to the other. No matter what tragedy befell this mighty wizard, you see, he never let go of his joy, nor his pleasure, nor his desire to see everyone treated without discrimination. Able to see the inherent good in everyone shows an open-mindedness that is symbolized by the open lace pattern separating rune sections.' This pattern is one part of a 12 pattern set of Ancient Runes Sock Patterns. To purchase the yarn that inspired these patterns please visit Supernatural Yarns at BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Knit & Purl 2 together Knit & Purl Increase Knit & Purl Decrease Grafting (a.k.a. Kitchener Stitch) Able to follow a chart GAUGE 7 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch in Stockinette SUGGESTED YARN 438 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Supernatural Yarns Siren Sock COLORWAY Albus Dumbledore

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  • 1 skein of Supernatural Yarns Siren Sock in Albus Dumbledore
  • 1 set of US 1 (2.25 mm) DPNs
  • Stitch Marker

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Designs by JenniB.
Designs by JenniB.
I got my start sitting on my grandmother's lap and operating the knee pedal on her old Singer while she worked as a seamstress...must've been 3-4 years old. Such happy memories! I owe my knitting and crochet skills to my paternal grandmother, who was determined to make a lady out of her unruly, tomboy granddaughter. I'd like to think she succeeded....somewhat.