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Piquant Socks Pattern

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Pattern: Piquant Socks

The Piquant Socks by Karen Whooley are fast, fun, and have just a hint of texture in the leg to make the socks interesting. Customize the length of the socks to your liking on both the foot and on the leg – just add or subtract repeats!

Piquant is meant to fit snugly with negative ease. This helps the sock stay on your foot and fit comfortably in your shoe. Made from the toe up, they are seamless, and easily adjusted to your foot because you can keep trying them on until they fit the way you want. Perfect for yourself, your family, or pop a set in a gift for a special person in your life!

This beginner-friendly pattern is created with 300 to 400 yards of fingering weight yarn (depending on size), and sizes C/2 (3.0mm) and B (2.5mm) crochet hooks.

This pattern is delivered as a 6-page Downloadable PDF, which you can view and/or print.

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