school sock

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not too cool for school (or work, or the pub), and making good use of a nearly solid yarn—though a little bit o’ multi works great too.

shown here in araucania ranco, a wool/nylon blend, colorway 107 midnight.
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i am very grateful to melissa, who test knit this pattern; go take a look at the other beautiful spinning and knitting projects she has at her blog; she’s fantastic!

15 thoughts on “school sock

  1. You slipped these right in on us! Maybe you talked about them when I was gone, and I missed it, but the socks are a surprise to me! They’re really great. Did you like that yarn? I’ve been contemplating some of it, myself.

  2. Cute socks!! Like how I can adjust size for my 10 year old grandson and how I can make for my son too! I think I have some of that yarn somewhere in my many bins of sock yarns. Now, which bin was that in . . mmmm.

  3. Very nice! It might be just the thing to convince DH that plain stockinette with wild variegate yarn isn’t the only way to go.

  4. Really nice, Ann! Oh, btw, I knit another pair of your dolomite socks for my husband in the largest size, and they fit perfectly! He loves them, so thanks so much for a wonderful pattern, and this one looks like a real winner, too!

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