Ravelry: Leaflink pattern by Vintage Purls

Leaflink pattern by Vintage Purls

The cable panel is just worked up the front of the sock, the rest is plain which makes for a speedy knit.

Ravelry: Bling (Arkansas) pattern by Adrienne Fong - beautiful beads on the socks. love the lacework.

Bling (Arkansas) pattern by Adrienne Fong

Ravelry: Bling (Arkansas) pattern by Adrienne Fong - beautiful beads on the socks. love the lacework.

Ravelry: Kaika pattern by Michelle Hunter

Kaika pattern by Michelle Hunter

Kaika is the Japanese word for “bloom” and this toe up sock is blooming with gorgeous stitches and techniques. The design debuted in my April 2015 KAL and features Japanese-inspired stitches and a Japanese short row heel.

Ravelry: Leptomitus pattern by Mary Hough

Leptomitus pattern by Mary Hough

Ravelry: Beltane Socks pattern by Louise Tilbrook

Beltane Socks pattern by Louise Tilbrook

Beltane Socks by Louise Tilbrook ~ just enough patterning to be interesting, but not overwhelming.

Ravelry: Crescendo! Socks pattern by Laura Jenkins

This mystery sock was designed for the Solid Socks group August/September 2013 Mystery KAL and was knit, starting on August over a period of 4 weeks.

Neulotut DROPS vinoraitasukat ”Delight”-langasta. Koot 35 - 43. ~ DROPS Design

Herringbone - Knitted DROPS socks with displacements in ”Delight”. Size 35 - - Free pattern by DROPS Design

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This sock was designed for Sock Madness It features a traveling slip stitch pattern that works well with variegated, semi-solid, or solid yarns. It has a heel flap with a “riverbed” gusset and a star toe.

Spring Pools are a lovely swirling pattern giving the serene feeling of pools of spring water. These are so much fun to knit, you won’t want to put them down as the 20st repeat develops the pattern. Each row has something to do so you will never get bored.

Spring Pools are a lovely swirling pattern giving the serene feeling of pools of spring water. These are so much fun to knit, you won’t want to put them down as the repeat develops the pattern. Each row has something to do so you will never get bored.

Viking Socks #knit #free_pattern

I call these socks “Viking Socks” - a change in name from “Viking Girl” since my husband also wanted a pair ;

Friday Finds – Threadpanda

These are top down socks using fingering weight sock yarn with cast on 74 or 78 sts. The socks have a heel flap and gusset decrease. Dependent on your gauge and choice of yarn, this should give you socks in female size (US size -

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