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Knitting in the Round: 10 Knit Sock Patterns and Knitted Slipper Patterns
This beautiful, simple knit sock pattern features almost every shade of blue, so it's a great way to get rid of excess teal, green, and royal blue yarns you have lying around. Although the instructions call for worsted weight yarn, the Aquamarine Autopilot Socks are based on an algebraic pattern that adjusts for the weight you use, so there's no need to second guess on stitches. The Aquamarine Autopilot Socks are a simple, mindless knit sock pattern that are both comfortable and warm. Knit a pair today and enjoy them for years to come.
Make yourself, and the family, a pair of cozy slippers that they'll enjoy for years to come! Do you prefer knitting with double pointed needles? Or are straight needles your favorite tool to work with? Thankfully no matter how you answered, you'll enjoy making this knit slipper pattern because it features two different versions: one for DPNs, and one for straight needles! This pattern offers two adult sizes and a children's size.
Use this free knitting socks pattern to make blueberry waffle socks for yourself or a friend. These versatile socks can be worn around the house or under your boots, and they're great for both men and women.
It's time to clean our your yarn bin with this easy knit sock pattern. The Stash Buster Socks are a great way to clear out old yarn to make room for...more yarn! These simple socks are a quick project and make a great last minute gift for anyone who enjoys a cozy pair of socks. The Stash Buster Socks look great with self-pattern sock yarn, but solid color baby weight yarn works just as well.
It's always fun to match, especially with warm winter socks! The Baby and Me Socks pattern is a basic knit sock pattern that is an absolute classic for both adults and children. The simple stockinette stitch base is made cozy by an attractive ribbed edge. We love the Baby and Me Socks in the gorgeous mocha brown color featured in the picture, but any other sock weight yarn works just as well.
I can't get over these adorable Summer Slice socks! Doesn't the lovely lace middle remind you of the pulp from a watermelon? Create this lacy design with just a 12-row repeat. If you're familiar with the magic loop method, you'll be able to knit these juicy socks two at a time.
Get ready for summer with lightweight free sock knitting patterns like this one for colorful Serendipity Socks! Knit up these richly textured socks with a series of simple knit stitches and yarn overs. Directions are written for knitting with circular needles, but they can easily be converted to five dpns.
With just a hint of neon color on the toe, heel and trim, these Summer Socks are practical, playful and perfect for warmer weather. Knit sock patterns are also wonderful projects for lazy summer afternoons. Make your own pair entirely in the stockinette stitch and wear them all season long!
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