Kitty Ankle Socks pattern by Inorgaknit
These are two-toned, toe-up ankle socks with a kitty chart on the toe and foot. They feature a simple short-row heel. They can be made Yin and Yang style with contrasting colors or two-of-a-kind. This is my first foray into design and I had a lot of fun. Feel free to contact me with any issues!
Caterpillar Socks pattern by Olga Shkuta
Instructions in Russian and in English. Worked toe-up starting with Judy’s Magic Cast on. Owing to the special heel construction, these socks are worked best using the Magic Loop technique.
Please note that Margaret (the designer) is not very active on Ravelry. If you have any questions about this pattern, please post in the Sweet Paprika Ravelry group or email email@example.com for pattern support.
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Pattern: Moody Hose
Professor Moody's Hose: Now on Ravelry! Materials: <> Whatever yarn you want. I used 4 oz. Dream in Color Smooshy, colorway Blue Lagoon <> Set of 5 double point needles. I used US sz. 1 for a gauge of 8 sts per inch. Using the small directions yielded a small ladies' sock. <> Appropriately sized…
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Bas rayés à l'infini
Un patron de bas parfait pour passer nos restes! Utilisez 6 couleurs (ou même plus si désiré). Un petit motif que j’ai appelé “infini” descend le long du pied pour se joindre au bout. J’ai utilisé du bambou et du coton principalement, mais utilisez ce que vous avez dans vos restes de laine à bas.