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Magic Family Socks


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A "Denise's Favorites" Pattern After knitting lots and lots of plain vanilla type socks, I found myself teaching others to make them too. This pattern was first written for a class to use and has been tested by many students. I included 4 sizes so you can make these for a wide variety of feet. This easy to follow pattern is written for beginners and beyond in sizes to fit the whole family. It's almost like magic! Make your socks with a plain stockinette cuff or with ribbing in one of two different options. This is a great pattern even for beginning sock knitters with enough explanation to get you through the rough patches. Pattern requires fingering weight sock yarn with about 215 - 230 yards per 50 grams. Extra yarn may be needed for extra-long cuffs or larger men's sizes. Sizes 3-5yrs 6-10yrs Women Men Yarn 50g 100g 100g 100g Finished diameter 5" 6.5" 8" 9" Pattern has been re-written and updated 6/10/2011 BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, cast on GAUGE 9 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3--5yrs, 6-10yrs, Women, Men Finished diameter 5", 6.5", 8", 9"

Recommended with this pattern

  • fingering weight sock yarn with about 215-230 yards per 50g, 50grams for the smallest size, 100 grams for all other sizes. Extra yarn may be needed for extra-long cuffs or larger men's sizes
  • stitch markers if you wish, darning needle for finishing

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Denise's Needleworks
Thank you for your patronage! I learned to knit when I was about 6 or 7 years old. It soon became a passion that I have honed over the years by knitting for myself, my husband and our 8 children as well as many other friends and family members. Our first grandchild is drowning in knits! I taught most of our children how to knit and have taught others through my LYS over the past several years. I love sharing my passion with other knitters! My latest projects have often included lace and Norwegian designs that look more difficult than they really are, Honest! I started designing patterns to use in the classes I was teaching. Because of that many of my patterns are for basics. The knitting muse has been taking me to new things lately though! I hope you enjoy seeing what I am doing. Thanks for your interest in my work. Happy knitting! Denise