When you’re up for a pair of socks and want the stripes aligned with cute cable along the front of the sock, look no further than free pattern featuring Uneek Sock.Read More
Do you love hand dyed sock yarn but hate when the socks don’t match? Urth’s Uneek Sock Kit solves that problem. The kit includes two pre-wound skeins (one for each sock) so that your stripes will match.
This free pattern is made using one kit to create a pair of chevron striped socks. The socks are knitted in the round from the toe-up allowing you to customize for foot sizes.Read More
Who doesn’t love a cute pair of lace socks? These socks have an allover easy-to-remember lace pattern and a pretty scalloped edge at the top. The socks are knitted in-the-round from the top down using circular needles. Best of all, it’s a one skein project!Read More
Knitting socks from the toe-up is a genius idea! It allows you to try on the socks so you can insure a proper fit and length. This free pattern features Wisdom Prose yarn. You'll knit wide colorful stripes while the yarn does the color changes for you! This simple, basic sock pattern is a must-have for your knitting library. Download the pattern and keep it in your knitting bag.Read More
One pattern - includes instructions to make a pair of socks in two versions. You'll be able to knit a lace cuff or cabled cuff version. Either design takes just one skein of Plymouth Reserve Fingering yarn.Read More
Slippers for guys or gals! This simple to knit project uses two skeins of self striping Plymouth Gina Chunky yarn. Small pom-poms were added to the ladies' slippers for a bit of pop. They're cute, comfy, and a lot of fun to knit.Read More
Why knit a pair of socks from the toe-up? That way, you'll be able to make sure the socks are the correct length before starting the heel and cuff. You'll also be able to adjust the length of the cuff as you go. This basic toe-up sock pattern is knitted in the round featuring self-striping Wisdom Stanza yarn.Read More