These socks are just made for all of those minutes of down time. (Or up time, the socks aren’t picky!) Grab your favorite skein of DK-weight yarn, a cool drink, and fill your sock drawer and down time with sock knitting.
Finding yourself with some free time? I’ve got just the project for you: a poppingly-fun pair of two-color socks, perfect for all of those free moments that make up a full life.
Host a slumber party with a gaggle of your besties, and gift each attendee a pair of Slumber Slips. Not only will these comfy house socks knit up in a jiffy, you’ll make someone’s day by gifting a pair to them.
Feel free to be otherwise engaged while working on these socks – once you get in the rhythm, you’ll be able to concentrate on other things while working them. They are fantastic for a highly variegated skein, breaking up color in the most delightful way.
You’ll be all abuzz putting colors together for these striking socks. Complicated though they may appear, the knitting is easy as pie.
These socks just kind of go this way and that. The pattern is one that is simple, and elegant, and squishily perfect for any variegated gorgeousness you can’t stop yourself from amassing.
These ankle-length socks in DK weight yarn are a dream to knit – you can make a pair over a long and cozy weekend. In both toe up and cuff down options, with a whopping eight sizes, this pattern is sure to be your go-to for maximum knitting (and gifting) happiness.
Sure, we all have way too many irons in our personal fires. That’s why we are so lucky it takes a loooong time for iron to burn, huh? Go ahead, channel your inner blacksmith and put another iron in your knitterly fire by casting on these socks. They knit up quickly, with an easy-to-memorize chevron pattern that is elevated by …
You know those times you’re sitting in the sportsball stand, watching your kiddo at ? Or, the times you’re in pick-up line at school? Swim lessons? Birthday parties? Well, these little ditties are the perfect project for all of those times. With a reverse stockinette stitch path up the front, and an easy toe-up design, they are perfect for those …
When we have so many things pulling us in all directions, the last thing we want from our knitting projects is more pressure. That’s why I’m all about the anklet lately – just as you are finding yourself so stinking sick of your current project, it’s time to cast off and start something new. The Flying Geese pattern along the …
Want a little treat for your feet? The Sundae Socks are just the thing. Choose your bowl: toe up or cuff down. Then, choose your toppings – stockinette, picot, lacy, ribbed, ruffled, even with a wee pompom – there are so many to choose from. You can get three whole ankle socks out of one skein of Knitted Wit Victory …
I went through a years-long sock drought, but have come back into the sock life, big-time. It’s pretty safe to say that I am completely re-addicted. To feed that addiction, I’ve created this pattern – this is my version of a toe-up sock, with rounded toe and gusset.
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