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This is the pattern I've been looking for! I just sat down and made a pair of these for myself in under two hours.  I used a #5 wool in dark charcoal and they're the most comfortable socks I've ever made!!!

This is the pattern I've been looking for! I just sat down and made a pair of these for myself in under two hours. I used a #5 wool in dark charcoal and they're the most comfortable socks I've ever made!!!

If you're a knitter, pin this! I just used this method for a hat and it works! JL Yarnworks: Tutorial: Jogless Join

If you're a knitter, pin this! I just used this method for a hat and it works! JL Yarnworks: Tutorial: Jogless Join

Dublin Bay sock pattern by Mossy Cottage Sock Patterns. FREE download here: http://www.nwkniterati.com/movabletype/archives/MossyCottage/DublinBay4.pdf

Dublin Bay sock pattern by Mossy Cottage Sock Patterns. FREE download here: http://www.nwkniterati.com/movabletype/archives/MossyCottage/DublinBay4.pdf

How to crochet a Reversible stitch: Same pattern on both sides ~ Free Scarf Pattern | Casual Crafter

How to crochet a Reversible stitch: Same pattern on both sides ~ Free Scarf Pattern | Casual Crafter

I designed this pattern to help with hand-dyed yarns that tend to pool. The slipped stitches help to break-up the visual lines and swirls and create a firm fabric. Baby cables up each side of the foot help add elasticity to the slipped-stitch pattern while the bottom of the sock is worked plain to reduce bulk on the sole of the foot.

I designed this pattern to help with hand-dyed yarns that tend to pool. The slipped stitches help to break-up the visual lines and swirls and create a firm fabric. Baby cables up each side of the foot help add elasticity to the slipped-stitch pattern while the bottom of the sock is worked plain to reduce bulk on the sole of the foot.

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