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Stranding + lace = this will be my first attempt at socks. So beautiful! #ravelry #knitting

Volturi Palace Socks pattern by Rachel Coopey

Stranding + lace = this will be my first attempt at socks. So beautiful! #ravelry #knitting

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Fancy Feet Anklets Set pattern by Kerin Dimeler-Laurence

Ravelry: Greenwich Village pattern by Rosee Woodland

Greenwich Village pattern by Rosee Woodland

Imagining an old-fashioned “wedding stocking,” Deborah Newton created these lacy yet rustic over-the-knee socks. Beginning with a wide rib, an array of lace patterns gradually decrease in width to shape the stocking. As intricate as the ice crystals on a wintry windowpane, these lovely stockings will keep you warm on the coldest day.

Frost Feather Stockings pattern by Deborah Newton

Imagining an old-fashioned “wedding stocking,” Deborah Newton created these lacy yet rustic over-the-knee socks. Beginning with a wide rib, an array of lace patterns gradually decrease in width to shape the stocking. As intricate as the ice crystals on a wintry windowpane, these lovely stockings will keep you warm on the coldest day.

If you’re not from the prairie what you see in spring is dirty and brown; when you are from the prairie, or you to take a moment to look, you see the robin’s red breast, the sky reflected in the cold blue water of the recently melted creek, the warm golden sun bouncing off the rocks, the fresh green buds on the bushes and trees, and the dirt under the nails of the farmer turning last years’ yellow stubble to this years’ rows ready for seed.

Prairie Spring pattern by devonshire Knots

If you’re not from the prairie what you see in spring is dirty and brown; when you are from the prairie, or you to take a moment to look, you see the robin’s red breast, the sky reflected in the cold blue water of the recently melted creek, the warm golden sun bouncing off the rocks, the fresh green buds on the bushes and trees, and the dirt under the nails of the farmer turning last years’ yellow stubble to this years’ rows ready for seed.