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    Baby sock pattern

    Looking for a simple,maybe toe up? Baby sock pattern since I usually knit taat,toe up. The only ones I see on the sock blog I follow are
    ​​​from R. Would like just a simple version that I could maybe even do 4aat on 40" circular. Is that even possible?

    #2
    There is a chart for how may stitches to start with, heel flap etc in the Vogue Knitting Sock Book, there is a copy in my public library maybe yours has one too? Here is a link to it on Amazon (it is not expensive if you buy it used, too!) https://www.amazon.com/Vogue%C2%AE-K.../dp/1933027193
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    • PassthePeace1
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      bean Thank You, I ordered a used one.

    • bean
      bean commented
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      awesome PassthePeace1! I love the worksheets that are in the back of the book, too -- I made a ton of copies so if I want to recreate a sock I make up myself I have an easy reference.

    #3
    ggammon Have you tried DROPS?
    Here you'll find more than 120.000 free knitting patterns and crochet patterns with tutorial videos, as well as beautiful yarns at unbeatable prices!
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      #4
      Here is a blogspot link to a newborn hat and socks. http://funknitsfreepatterns.blogspot...socks.html?m=1

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        #5
        I made these booties from this blog and they turned out really cute. http://www.inesstrickt.de/portfolio/...chuhe-english/

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        • FreedomLover
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          These are adorable!

        #6
        Here is a free pattern from Judy Kaethler I used many times. Its not a based on using a 40" circular or toe up but its quick and turns out great

        Cozy Little Toes pattern link
        Last edited by Cablegrrl; 08-09-2019, 04:44 AM.

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        • ggammon
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          These look great,I'm definitely doing these,thanks!

        • Lisasews2
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          This links to R?

        • SouthernComfortKC
          SouthernComfortKC commented
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          Do you have a pattern that is not on ravelry as not all of us are members there.

        #7
        I CO36-38 STS and knit cuff down. German short-row heel. I suggest a ribbed pattern like k3p1 or a blueberry waffle type of stitch pattern that keeps the sock snug. These fit my LO from 2-5months old. I she figured out she could kick socks off there was no keeping socks on those little feet 😂. Also, knit the leg pretty long, they stay on nicely when you have a long leg.

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          #8
          FreedomLover I second you on that. I have knitted quite a few baby socks from Drops, using ADDI Crasytrio ( FlexiFlips), they are a good fit.

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          • FreedomLover
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            I love their patterns. I know some don't because of the AT THE SAME TIME instructions, but I find I can rewrite those sections into single steps.

          #9
          Rowan free socks:

          https://knitrowan.com/en/free-patter...tegory%3A14586

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