little cable knee highs - the purl bee - free pattern

Whit's Knits: Little Cable Knee Highs - The Purl Bee - Knitting Crochet Sewing Embroidery Crafts Patterns and Ideas! Maybe this can be the knitting project that teaches me to cable.

A tutorial on knitting socks from the toe up with a gusseted heel.

Toe-up Gusseted Heel

Terrific Toe up Sock Knitting tutorial! (lots of photos.) I love toe-up magic loop socks!

Ravelry: Little Cable Knee Highs pattern by Purl Soho

The ultimate bucket list of knitted sock patterns. Includes beautiful free patterns from Rachel Coopey to Purl Soho, for the beginner to advanced knitter.

Labores en Red: 2049.- Calcetines... tan largos como quieras (o la lana lo permita).

Long DROPS socks in ”Alpaca” with lace border. ~ DROPS Design-Amanda in chocolate brown

Very tall socks  Striped, solid, or spotted socks like these will keep your legs warm whatever the weather. These very tall socks are knit in affordable acrylic, but if you've got a stash of wool in a similar gauge, go right ahead! Do wear them with garters. It's the thing. Let winter do its worst -- you can keep your skirts!

by Kelly Griffith Taken from Striped, solid, or spotted socks like these will keep your legs warm whatever the weather.

Whit's Knits: Little Cable Knee Highs - The Purl Bee

Whit's Knits: Little Cable Knee Highs - Knitting Crochet Sewing Crafts Patterns and Ideas! - the purl bee

The prettiest #knit socks this winter! #garnstudio

Winter Fantasy - DROPS Jacket in ”Alpaca” and ”Glitter” with pattern in round yoke. Size S to XXXL. Long socks in ”Fabel” with the same pattern. - Free pattern by DROPS Design

Who Needs a Pattern to Make Socks.... tutorial and it show's how to knit two socks at one time....worth the read

Sock tutorial- shows how to knit socks 2 at a time,& also how to calculate your own pattern for perfectly fitting socks, from just a couple of measurements Puritan Therapy: Who Needs a Pattern to Make Socks?

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"Kloobok" is a Russian word for a ball of yarn. In Russian fairy tales it often guides a wanderer through inhospitable land, and helps him reach his goal.

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