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Spennende vri på hæl og tå! Mønsteret heter Maudie, og kan lastes ned fra Ravelry.

Spennende vri på hæl og tå! Mønsteret heter Maudie, og kan lastes ned fra Ravelry.

A sock inspired by classic fishermen ganseys. Apart from the main patterns, this design also tries to emulate the way the underarm gussets are shaped on close fitting sweaters to give a slighly different look to the gussets on the foot.

A sock inspired by classic fishermen ganseys. Apart from the main patterns, this design also tries to emulate the way the underarm gussets are shaped on close fitting sweaters to give a slighly different look to the gussets on the foot.

Ravelry: Kraut pattern by General Hogbuffer

Ravelry: Kraut pattern by General Hogbuffer

Bovary by General Hogbuffer ~ FREE pattern download ~ knit cuff top down in a fingering 4ply

Bovary by General Hogbuffer ~ FREE pattern download ~ knit cuff top down in a fingering 4ply

Ravelry: Bernice pattern by General Hogbuffer Free Sock pattern

Ravelry: Bernice pattern by General Hogbuffer Free Sock pattern

Wastl pattern by General Hogbuffer

Wastl pattern by General Hogbuffer

Mock Croc Socks free download knitting Pattern

Mock Croc Socks free download knitting Pattern

This is a very simple sock pattern, based on textured stitches like the ones found on traditional Guersey / Gansey fishermen’s sweaters.

This is a very simple sock pattern, based on textured stitches like the ones found on traditional Guersey / Gansey fishermen’s sweaters.

Galder, ’charm’ or ’incantation’ is Old English and relates to Old Norse galdr; from the verb galan, ’to sing’. The Oxford English Dictionary only lists two known usages of the word, one in Beowulf, the other dated c1205. In a way, knitting these socks reminded me of flowing, rhythmical chanting or weaving a spell. The cable begins to take form in the cuff, travels down the leg, finally splitting into two smaller cables that meander all the way to the heel and the toe.

Galder, ’charm’ or ’incantation’ is Old English and relates to Old Norse galdr; from the verb galan, ’to sing’. The Oxford English Dictionary only lists two known usages of the word, one in Beowulf, the other dated c1205. In a way, knitting these socks reminded me of flowing, rhythmical chanting or weaving a spell. The cable begins to take form in the cuff, travels down the leg, finally splitting into two smaller cables that meander all the way to the heel and the toe.

Ravelry: Wendel pattern compliments of General Hogbuffer, thank you!

Ravelry: Wendel pattern compliments of General Hogbuffer, thank you!

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