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DROPS slippers in garter st in ”Eskimo”. DROPS ESKIMO UNI COLOUR (50g) 3.60 USD DROPS ESKIMO MIX (50g) 4.15 USD DROPS ESKIMO PRINT (50g) 4.50 USD DROPS ESKIMO TWEED (50g) 4.50 USD DROPS ESKIMO DEGRADÉ (50g) 4.50 USD Thanks for all your votes and feedback on our new collection.

DROPS slippers in garter st in ”Eskimo”.

The DROPS team is now working full time proofreading and translating, and the chosen patterns will start to be published soon! 2015 will be filled with new designs, new inspiration and new yarns - so make sure you don't miss out anything Subscribe to our newsletter! Need help with this pattern? Take a look at the list of Tutorial Videos available on the video tab to the right of the photo, or take a look at our FAQ! NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. SLIPPER: Worked back and forth on needle in garter st, i.e. ASSEMBLY: Pull a thread through outer loops of sts on toe, tighten tog and fasten.

For further pattern help, please contact the store where you bought the yarn. Hat-heel sock - Knitty: Fall 2009. HEEL Using the figure-eight cast-on, CO 8 stitches as follows: • Take two DPNs or the two ends of your long needle for magic loop and wrap the yarn figure-eight-wise around them so there are 4 loops on each needle. • With a separate DPN, K the 4 sts on the top needle.

Hat-heel sock - Knitty: Fall 2009

Then k the 4 sts on the bottom needle. You have now cast on for a closed tube. • Divide the 8 sts among your needles however you prefer, mark the beginning of round, and begin working in the round as follows: Initial Increases Round 1: Knit all sts. DROPS knitted tube sock in ”Delight. DROPS DELIGHT PRINT (50g) 4.95 USD DROPS 152-155 are now available in the stores for $2 per catalog – no yarn purchase required!

DROPS knitted tube sock in ”Delight

The catalogs are printed in a limited edition, so visit your local DROPS store today! Find the DROPS Spring & Summer 2014 Collection here! The DROPS knitting and crochet experts are also working full time making new tutorial videos for this new collection! The videos show how to work the techniques used on the patterns. NOTE: This pattern is written in American English. TUBE SOCK: Cast on 48-56-64 sts on double pointed needles size 2.5 mm / US 1 with Delight. For further pattern help, please contact the store where you bought the yarn. All patterns are carefully reviewed, but we must make reservation for possible mistakes.

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My current work in progress: 1. Hats! 2. You are here: Home / Gallery of Finished work, free patterns, and tips / Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff Free Patterns, Help, and Other Stuff I am providing the patterns below free of charge as a courtesy to knitters, as-is, without pattern support from me. Socks From the Toe Up – errata. Mermaidia. So, I mentioned I learned Magic Loop and Toe Up Socks in this post.


I love knitting socks, but ever since knitting my Wicked I’ve found I enjoy being able to try things on as I am knitting them. You are able to get a much better fit. Plus if you have to frog back, it’s easier to do that while in the middle of knitting it, than it is having a finished garment that just doesn’t fit properly. Anyway, I took the bulls by the horn, and cast on for some socks, but wanted something a bit fancier than just plain stocking stitch, so I frogged it and started over. I took my favourite dishcloth pattern, and turned it into a sock pattern. I was so determined to use my Regia Bamboo Colours, but it’s a little hard to see the lacework. I had to modify a bit as the wool knit tighter than the Bamboo did. And one a little closer, showing the lacework. The lighting, plus my novice photo editing skills don’t do the colour justice. So, here is the pattern. Gauge: 9 st x 12 rows per inch in stocking stitch.

Apprivoiser la chaussette. Ça y est, vous vous êtes décidé(e), vous allez vous jeter à l’eau et oser affronter la terrible chaussette (qui ne demande qu’à être tricotée par vous).

Apprivoiser la chaussette

Pour vous aider, j’ai puisé dans mes souvenirs de débuts en chaussette. Puisse cet article vous éviter certains déboires que j’ai pu connaître. Tout d’abord, il n’y a pas « une » façon de tricoter des chaussettes, mais plusieurs. On peut classer les chaussettes en deux grandes familles : celles qui se tricotent par la pointe du pied (« toe-up ») ou l’inverse, celles qui se tricotent par le haut de la jambe (« cuff down »). Je ne fais que des « cuff down » parce que : 1) c’est comme ça que j’ai commencé. 2) ça fonctionne pour moi. 3) j’y suis habituée et maintenant je peux mettre le « pilote automatique ». Gâtez-vous ! Vous êtes sur le point d’entamer une aventure excitante ! Première chose, choisissez une très jolie laine à chaussette (type fingering) de belle qualité. Deuxième chose, le matériel. Alors quel modèle ? Les chaussettes de la schtroumpfette : le patron.