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The rune Jera (pronounced yer-ah) is the 12th rune of the Elder Futhark, representing “the year” or “the harvest.” These socks use twisted stitches and cable crosses to form a pattern that resembles the rune, but would be pretty at any time of year!
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The rune Jera (pronounced yer-ah) is the 12th rune of the Elder Futhark, representing “the year” or “the harvest.” These socks use twisted stitches and cable crosses to form a pattern that resembles the rune, but would be pretty at any time of year!

The rune Jera (pronounced yer-ah) is the 12th rune of the Elder Futhark, representing “the year” or “the harvest.” These socks use twisted stitches and cable crosses to form a pattern that resembles the rune, but would be pretty at any time of year!

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The rune Jera (pronounced yer-ah) is the rune of the Elder Futhark, representing “the year” or “the harvest.” These socks use twisted stitches and cable crosses to form a pattern that resembles the rune, but would be pretty at any time of year!

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Ravelry: Cays pattern by Rachel Coopey April 2013 #knit
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Ravelry: Arkin socks pattern by Rachel Coopey. ~$5.13. Also available in e-book ~$10.27
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Ravelry: Arkin socks pattern by Rachel Coopey. ~$5.13.  Also available in e-book ~$10.27
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This pattern has been updated since its original release. The new version now features simplified streamlined charts (separate charts for each size, instead of a combination of charts to achieve each size).
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This pattern has been updated since its original release. The new version now features simplified streamlined charts (separate charts for each size, instead of a combination of charts to achieve each size).
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Worked form the top down, Galloway features a cable pattern that starts at the very top of the sock and continues all the way down to the toe.
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Worked form the top down, Galloway features a cable pattern that starts at the very top of the sock and continues all the way down to the toe.
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Inconceivable sock pattern
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