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Tuesday, August 09, 2016

Pop Rocks Footie Socks!

Footie sock in Pop Rocks 
I had some Pop Rocks left from my Featherweight Cardigan so I've decided to make a pair of Footie Socks.  This is that same pattern I used a couple of years back.  I love these for sleep socks.  They take just under 50 grams for a pair and I've knit them enough that they're super fast and fit perfectly.

The pattern is written for any gauge, and while I've only ever knit them at 8 stitches per inch, I really should try a pair in worsted weight for slipper socks.  Maybe with my leftovers from my Pink Beeline...



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