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Free Patterns: Infinitely Adjustable Socks

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Free Patterns: Infinitely Adjustable Socks

There are many sock patterns on the internet, and I know how hard it is to choose the right pattern for your feet and be sure they'll fit. That's why I love this Infinitely Adjustable Sock Pattern. This pattern, if made exactly as written, will fit most women's feet. Because the foot and leg are ribbed, they will stretch to hug skinny ankles or wider calves. I have made them in medium for myself, and for my teenage son, just by knitting the foot on his socks a bit longer. These pretty yellow socks are made in Cedar House Yarns' Sapling...

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Pretty Projects: Kelly's Eternal Spring Socks

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Pretty Projects: Kelly's Eternal Spring Socks

Our customer Kelly makes the prettiest socks! These are made from a pattern at Knitty called Eternal Spring, in our lovely Cedar House Sapling Sock. The color is Undertow, a pretty light blue. Make a pair for yourself with just one skein!

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Pretty Projects: Kelly's Unicorn Poop Socks!

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Pretty Projects: Kelly's Unicorn Poop Socks!

Our customer Kelly made these adorable socks out of Unicorn Poop, one of the cutest colorways from Yarn Love, in Juliet Sock. Juliet Sock is soft, springy and has a great bounce. Unicorn Poop is a soft white merino with rainbow streaks and speckles. It's perfect for adorable socks! Check out Kelly's project photos, then grab a skein of Unicorn Poop in Juliet Sock yourself, or pick up a skein of Unicorn Poop in Elizabeth Bennet (which has less yardage) and pair it with another color for a fantastic pair of multi-colored socks. Kelly used this FREE pattern from Ravelry,...

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