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Old 02-21-2006, 11:44 PM   #1
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"Socks, socks, socks" bk. Piggy toe sock pattern??
Anyone have this bk?

I've seen a few pics of this bk @, and read some posts at different message boards saying there is a individual toe sock pattern "Piggy toe socks". Lil pigs for toes...I've looked for it at barnes n' noble but wasn't in stock. Not that I want to make it exactly like lil pigs LOL! but...just the basic "toe sock" pattern.

I was wondering what size needles the pattern calls for and yarn weight?? :thinking:

Also, I was wondering if the pattern is easy to understand. Anyone knit toe socks???

I know there's also a pattern in that bk. "Twisted Sister sock workbook", but it's mostly about dyeing, painting, spinning, etc. I just want the individual toe sock pattern.


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