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Recovered via the wayback machine and Ravelry. Thank Bob for Ravelry.

November 2006



Hidey ho! I finished up the second of some new socks this afternoon.


Likey? Have a pattern: CLICK
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Me? I love em. *wiggles toes*


Another recovered pattern, compliments of the wayback machine. September 2006


I’ve been making some worsted weight toddler socks lately and decided I’d like something a little more engaging than stockinette. So I made up this sock and decided to share the pattern. I really enjoy the look of this pattern, because there is no abrupt change from ribbing to pattern. The cables themselves actually form part of what works just like a rib.

Click below for the pattern and notes.

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This was my first pattern. You can probably tell by how simple it is. Thankfully The Leaky Cauldron crafty witches had archived it on the site, so I was able to recover it. January 2006


Left over worsted weight yarn in house colors
Note: The author used Mission Falls 1824 Wool, #22 (MC) and 13 (CC)
Set of 5 US5 (3.75 mm) DPN needles
Size H crochet hook (optionnal)


20 stitches per 4” (10 cm)


Cast on 40 stitches in MC.

Divide stitches onto 4 double pointed needles, and prepare to knit in the round.

Knit 5 rounds of 2×2 ribbing (K2, P2).

Round 6: (K2, YO, K2Tog) 8 times.

Knit 5 more rounds of 2×2 ribbing.

Knit 5 rounds plain.

Switch to CC and knit 3 rounds.

Switch back to MC and knit 16 rounds.

Next round: On Needle 1: K1, SSK, knit to end. On Needle 2: knit to last 3 stitches on needle, K2Tog, K1. On Needle 3: K1 SSK, knit to end. On Needle 4: knit to last 3 stitches on needle, K2Tog, K1.

Last round: Knit plain.

Arrange remaining stitches on 2 needles and kitchener stitch closed

Make drawstring out of CC using the crochet hook and a crochet chain. You can also use an icord (a tutorial can be found here, just scroll down) would be nice as well.

Weave the cord through eyelet row (round 6).

Final Product