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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

New Footie Socks!

I decided my simple, small project would be another pair of footie socks!  This is Malabrigo Sock in Ravelry Red leftover from some gloves (I think) I made a couple of years ago.  I've found that this pattern makes the perfect sleeping sock - just enough sock to be warm, not so much that they get bunched up, and knit in wool, they don't make my feet sweat.  They also knit up very quickly and use just under 50 grams of sock yarn.  According to my Ravelry Projects, I've knit these seven times already and this will be my eighth pair!

Now I have a project that's small and easy, doesn't involve counting or reading directions (for the most part).  Just what I needed!



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