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On Mother’s Day, my boys would give me some Liseron that they would find growing wild near the riverbank and in our cedar hedge. The pattern reminded me of those Liserons.

#SuperSockCalculator -- An online calculator for toe-up (magic cast-on), short-row heels, two at a time socks. Here's a pre-filled the form with the gauge (26) used for Koigu Painter’s Palette Premium Merino (KPPPM) and 3mm (US 2.5) needles used in the videos. Please change the measurements and gauge to fit your own project. If you have any trouble understanding how to use the calculator, please view the first video! The pattern in on Ravelry.com too!

#SuperSockCalculator -- An online calculator for toe-up (magic cast-on), short-row heels, two at a time socks. Here's a pre-filled the form with the gauge (26) used for Koigu Painter’s Palette Premium Merino (KPPPM) and 3mm (US 2.5) needles used in the videos. Please change the measurements and gauge to fit your own project. If you have any trouble understanding how to use the calculator, please view the first video! The pattern in on Ravelry.com too!

Free Knitting Pattern for Key Cozies - These tiny key sweaters are great for identifying your keys, keeping them warm in winter, using up stash yarn and learning Magic Loop techniques. Designed by Liat Gat who has included an instructional video.

This is a good pattern for those for beginning knitters who want to be initiated into the wonders and joys of knitting socks. Knit in a chunky yarn on size 5mm needles, they don’t take much time, yarn or even effort. The following pattern is for an ankle sock which can be used as a bed sock. If you want a sock with a longer leg, add one more ball of yarn – bringing the total to three.

How To Make Baby Socks With This Free Knitting Pattern

A lovely free knitting pattern for pastel striped baby socks! This pattern is fairly easy and would be great for a beginner knitter. The finished socks will make the perfect new baby gift!