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Keväthuuma, Finnish for "Spring Ecstasy". The pattern was exclusive to the Great Finnish Yarn Club from Villavyyhti until November 2014. It is now available as a free Ravelry download for everyone. Tiina Kuu has great designs.

Keväthuuma by Tiina Kuu Spring Ecstasy Socks are worked toe up. Charts are provided for the budding vine cabling as well as for the heel.

Lilac Socks from Sweet Paprika Designs

Lilac Socks

Inspired by the dainty lilac flower and starting with a scalloped edge, these socks are knit from the cuff down and embellished with flowers created by using wrapped and slipped stitches. The stitch pattern is given in both written and chart form.

Ravelry: My Cup of Tea socks pattern by Robin Lynn

My Cup of Tea socks are worked top down on dpn’s. Inspiration for these socks came from the “crocuses” pattern (p. The Stitch Collection Book Stitches by Debbie O’Neill.

Tackle your first pair of socks with Alexa and Emily! Rye is a quick-knitting sock pattern (in DK / Worsted weight yarn) sized from toddler to Dad. Simple, straightforward instructions and our in-depth 'Let's Knit Socks' tutorial will have you knitting socks for the entire family in no time!

Rye by tincanknits. Rye is a quick-knitting sock pattern (in DK / Worsted weight yarn) sized from toddler to Dad.

Boleyn sock pattern by Margaret Sullivan

Boleyn

Named for Anne Boleyn, wife of Henry VIII, the cable pattern on these socks is reminiscent of the lattice patterns in Tudor windows. The socks are worked from the top down, and the stitch pattern is given in both written and chart form.

These socks are inspired by old Gotlandic socks with roses and leaves in stranded knitting.

Longing for Gotland pattern by Pia Kammeborn

Ravelry: Waterfall Cable Sock pattern by Emmy Coplea

Ravelry: Waterfall Cable Sock pattern by Emmy Coplea, Free Pattern Fingering wpi) ? Gauge 28 stitches = 4 inches Needle size US 2 - mm Yardage 370 yards m) Sizes available: one size

Randiga sockor med rosmönster i Miniraggi från Järbo

These socks are inspired by old Gotlandic socks with roses and leaves in stranded knitting.

This mystery sock was designed for the Solid Socks group August/September 2013 Mystery KAL and was knit, starting on August 1st, over a period of 4 weeks.

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.

This pattern provides a great way to play with colors, and use up sock yarn leftovers. The crazier your socks look, the more fun they are to knit and wear!

Popping Dots Socks pattern by Natalia Moreva

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