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Alignment Socks

By: Sybil Ra from knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.de
Alignment Socks
Alignment Socks

"The Alignment Socks are knitted toe-up with a short row heel that uses the shadow wrap technique. The pattern is written in a way that you can adapt it to your foot size — even in a way that you don't have to knit a swatch. The pattern uses the intarsia in the round technique — which allows you to incorporate smaller amounts of yarn into a pair of socks without doing plain stripes — e.g., that beautiful mini skein you bought at a yarn fair."

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Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is a really good sock pattern. It gives a lot of detail and instructions. I has links to videos and different techniques. Although it is written in European sizing, you can find the equivalent in American sizing. I am so glad I found this pattern. I have joined a sock knitting group and we are busy exploring all different techniques in making socks. I prefer toe up and have used that cast on. I also do two at a time. Intarsia should be fun to try on socks. Thank you.

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