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Stirrup Socks
Pattern Number: 70668AD
Rating: ****
4.0 (based on 5 reviews)
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Stirrup Socks Reviewed by Carla Wilson on 2014-10-19 ****
This was easy to make. I made them in a day.The only thing was I bind off in pattern-k1 p1 and they turned out too big at the top..I will experiment with this since they are so quick to make...

Reviewed by Danielle Shaw on 2013-06-09 *****
I used a size smaller needle for the ribbing and crocheted two stitches together at the corners of the heel, and I think these look pretty neat. My mom requested these for yoga, and they're quick enough to make that she'll be getting a few pairs. Thanks for the pattern, Lion Brand!

Stirrup Socks Reviewed by Michell King on 2010-05-25 *
The title gives you the impression that the pattern is in both knit AND crochet...but it is mostly knitted and then a teeny tiny bit crochet...:(

Stirrup Socks Reviewed by Denise Harris on 2009-10-13 *****
I made this pattern three times. I did make a slight change to the pattern, and worked it in the round. I also found that it ran large, if you have slim ankles and feet, so I used the smaller size.

Stirrup Socks Reviewed by Clarinda Flannery on 2008-09-11 *****
I love this pattern. I made pairs for myself and 5 friends to keep our feet warm during our Pilates class. Very, very easy--and very practical. LOVE this pattern.

I am an advanced knitter, and I wish I had done a project like this before I attempted socks. After working this pattern, working a heel might not have seemed as daunting.

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