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Thursday, November 10, 2016

A New Pair of Socks

Scatterby Socks 
I started a new pair of socks!  This is the Scatterby pattern which is a really simple, allover texture pattern.  I've never knit this pattern before but it's fun.  I'm actually only using the stitch pattern because the sock pattern is worked toe-up.  I'd rather work top down, so I just plugged the stitch pattern into my plain, vanilla sock recipe.  The yarn is Lemonade Shop Simple Sock in Willow.

I'm always on the lookout for new stitch patterns that work well for socks that I can easily memorize.  This one seems to be a good one!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

When you change to do top down, do you read the instructions from the bottom up to keep the pattern correct?

I always wondered how you made it work.

11:58 PM  

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