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two knitted mittens sitting next to each other on a blue surface with an elephant design
Fairy Tale Socks pattern by Sini Huupponen
Könnte man auch mit Bumerangferse machen.
three knitted socks with flowers on them sitting on a checkered tablecloths
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a pair of blue socks sitting on top of a wooden floor next to an envelope
пятница же!.. болталка!
пятница же!.. болталка!
three pairs of colorful socks hanging on a rack
Estonia Adventures Part 4: Muhu Island
Estonia Adventures Part 4: Muhu Island – Fancy Tiger Crafts
someone is wearing socks with colorful designs on them
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the legs and feet of a person wearing socks with colorful designs on them, standing in grass
three knitted dishcloths sitting next to each other
Socke No 2 in Größe 46 ♥ (Stine & Stitch)
Socke No 2 in Größe 46 ♥
someone's feet wearing socks with red, white and blue designs on them sitting on the floor
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Ein Tag Sommer ☀️ eine Woche Schietwetter 🌧, den Sommer habe ich mir anders vorgestellt. Wenigstens habe ich warme Füße 😉#stricken #knitting #knittingsocks #sockenstricken #soxxno16 #soxxbook#frechverlag #jawoll #langyarns #knittersofinstagram #knitting_inspiration
a pair of green mittens sitting on top of red flowers
The Gardener - sole
The Gardener - sole <--- I just adore beautiful, flowing lines in knitting shaping.
a pair of yellow socks that have been worn by someone who is sitting on the floor
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Spider Socks by Kitman Figueroa
the legs of a person wearing blue and white socks with snowflakes on them
snoozeecow's Estonian traditional motif socks
Around the World in Knitted Socks: 26 Inspired Designs, snoozecow's Estonian traditional motif socks,
two knitted mittens sitting on top of a wooden table next to a rug
Knitting Articles & Blogs
The “Colorful Armenian Socks” by Priscilla Gibson-Roberts, featured in Knitted Socks of the World: 5 Traditional Sock Designs from Across the Globe, were adapted from a nineteenth-century sock. Pricilla’s version uses larger needles and thicker yarn than were that used for the original, and she believes that the methods for color stranding the toe and heel appear to have begun in Bulgaria.