Thursday, March 27, 2008

Rings of Sarah Socks pattern

Rings of Sarah Socks
pattern
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One of my daughter's friends, Sarah asked if I would please knit a pair of socks for her like I do for my daughter, thus the name. She loves bright pink and green, thus the colors! And the close up of the pictures (click on each to enlarge) and the pattern will explain the "Rings." I hope you enjoy knitting them as much as I did!


Rings of Sarah Socks pattern is found "here" in pdf format.


This pattern is a great way to use leftover sock yarn! You can make the toes different colors from the heels or use a different color for each toe and heel! Use your imagination and that leftover sock yarn and let's see what you come up with! I know that they will be SO CUTE!


I found that weaving in the ends of the yarn as I knit was very helpful.
I certainly was glad they were all woven in the socks by the time I was finishing the toe and knew I was done!

Happy Knitting and God Bless

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

These are amazing. I haven't ventured into making socks yet, since I'm a new knitter. Slippers and hats are all I've made so far. I'd love to make these. I tried downloading the PDF of these but it seems to be just squares on the file. Any idea how I can get this?

Thanks so much.
Cinda

Becka the Spoiled Knitter said...

Hi Cinda!
I hope you pop back over here to read comments! I'm afraid I have another way to reach you. One must have Adobe Reader to open/read pdf files. It can be downloaded free of charge right here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
As a matter of fact, this is a rather new version, if you happen to have an older version of Adobe Reader it won't read all pdf files and you may need to upgrade to the latest one.
I hope this helps! Please don't hesitate to email me if I can be of assistance! I'm so very happy that you like the design, thank you!!!
Becka

Anonymous said...

Thank you Becka!! That time it worked. I've never made socks before so this will be a challenge. May take me awhile but I will make them.

Thanks so much.
Cinda

Becka the Spoiled Knitter said...

Oh, WONDERFUL!! I'm so happy it worked this time! I'm also so very happy that you like this pattern, I'm truly honored! Since I have your email, I'm emailing you right now about beginning socknitting - while this isn't a hard pattern, it may prove frustrating as your 1st experience in knitting socks and I DON'T want to discourage you in any way because socknitting is FUN, FUN, FUN!!