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Ravelry: Not exactly brain surgery pattern by Lena Gjerald

Not exactly brain surgery

Ravelry: Not exactly brain surgery pattern by Lena Gjerald

Ravelry: Cable & Fancy Stitch Socks pattern by Madeline Weston

Ravelry: Cable & Fancy Stitch Socks pattern by Madeline Weston

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Ravelry: Swatching Socks pattern by Stefanie Bold - free pattern

A relatively basic cuff down sock pattern that is suitable for both men and women. The instructions are given for 66 and 72 stitches so the pattern can be applied for fingering weight yarn to fit most women. Scaling up and down in 6-stitch intervals shouldn’t be too difficult for experienced knitters.

Ravelry: Älä koskaan ikinä pattern by Tiina Kuu

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Mystery sock for the Sock Knitters Anonymous, May 2012

Blleping Socks 2010 KAL

Ravelry: Flower pattern by Heatherly Walker

This pattern is exclusive to the Magpielly Solid Sock Club, it will be available to non club members after the club has finished.

Archim pattern by Rachel Coopey

Ravelry: Archim pattern by Rachel Coopey

Swirl Socks - A toe up sock pattern by Maureen Fold. Came across this pattern thanks to the Yarn Harlot.

Swirl Socks pattern by Maureen Foulds

Ravelry: Swirl Socks pattern by Maureen Foulds - paid pattern

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A wee bit knitty Mystery Sock

Ravelry: completelyhooked's Mint Twist

Ravelry: completelyhooked's Mint Twist

Ravelry: Mongolfiera Socks pattern by Corrina Ferguson

Note: Clue Three had an error in rnd 2 of the 60 st sock and some confusing language was re-written. Please make sure you have version 3 of this clue.

Ravelry: Broken Cable Rib pattern by Ann Budd

Ann Budd just can’t stop knitting socks. This pair features five-stitch cables - right-twist for one sock; left-twist for the other.

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.

Ravelry: Galder pattern by Mari-Liisa Varila

A relatively basic cuff down sock pattern that is suitable for both men and women. The instructions are given for 66 and 72 stitches so the pattern can be applied for fingering weight yarn to fit most women. Scaling up and down in 6-stitch intervals shouldn’t be too difficult for experienced knitters.

Ravelry: Älä koskaan ikinä pattern by Tiina Kuu free sock pattern

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Ravelry: St-Andrew's Cross pattern by Yvette Noel

Ravelry: Kraut pattern by General Hogbuffer

A leafy concoction that may well count as one of your

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