New pattern: Almost the same socks, crochet


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What’s this: These are the Almost the same socks.

Why should I make these: This pattern is for a mismatched pair of socks to highlight the beauty both of the yarn, and of the simplest of crochet cables.

When will these get the most use: With your prettiest maryjanes!

Who are they for: Sized teen to adult women and men, with option for a thinner or wider foot.

Where do I start: This pattern is rated Intermediate – you’ll need to be comfortable with crochet, including post stitches before you take these on. You will need 100 to 200g of sock weight yarn (you won’t actually use both skeins for the larger sizes, but you will need to start on a 2nd one) (used here: Lambstrings Yarns, MCN Sock

80% SW Merino / 10% Cashmere / 10% Nylon) 100g (435 yds), Kittiwake colourway) & a 2.25 mm hook. Other notions: a yarn needle, and some stitch markers.

 

Julie xx

PS: I’ll be talking some more about the yarn I used next week! See you then!

You can fin this pattern in all my pattern shops:

Ravelry, Craftsy, LoveCrochet 

 

And huge thanks to my tester, Megan!