Wednesday, November 26, 2008

A Touch of Whimsy Socks Pattern

A Touch of Whimsy Socks
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I've designed this trio of sock patterns to go along with the "A Touch of Whimsy" accessories - please enjoy!

This design is a fun knit!
The cuff is folded down to show off the Whimsical Design!
Picot Edging...fun, fun, fun!


The pattern is found "here" in pdf format.

Happy Knitting and God Bless!!

7 comments:

Katy said...

I have never tried knitting socks..but they look fantastic!! I will definitely have to try this soon! ;)

Becka the Spoiled Knitter said...

THANKS SO MUCH! What a wonderful compliment! I'm so happy to have inspired you to knit socks - one of my very favorite items to knit!

Gramma 2 Many said...

I just found you searching free pattens!! So glad I did. Will add you to my favs and be back often:)

Eden House Updates said...

Hi I am part of a secret Santa draw next week at work the theme is socks and being me wanted it to be different . The recipient is a friend so would like an easy pattern for a first pair of socks if possible any ideas LOVE your blog

kimberly said...

I consider this blog very interesting, most of all because i would like to lean kniting, i think is a good activity that i can practice in my free time. In fact now i will have a lot of free time for me, because i will get a house throw costa rica homes for sale and i really liked the style that i chose.

Tina said...

I want to Thank You for posting this sock pattern. I am a beginning knitter and I am finding that most knitting patterns out there have mistakes in them, even the ones that aren't free.
Your socks pattern is lovely, no mistakes, easily understood, I DONT have to read a chart since you so generously posted the instructions and I can't believe I actually knit lace! I can't knit lace! But, here I am with the lacy cuff from your sock pattern! Thank You again, my daughter is going to LOVE her new socks!

Becka said...

Thanks, everyone! I love these socks, too...they are comfy and VERY WARM!