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Baby Sock Knitting Patterns


Knitting baby socks from free patterns found on the internet can be addictive - many are so cute and so very tiny that they are completed quicker than one may think at first glance. Another obvious fact about baby sock knitting patterns is that they can be made in just about any color of yarn or combination, meaning that a long standing yarn stash of small scraps can be put to good use and depleted in no time at all. Check out the links listed below and you'll discover that they will whisk you away to some excellent free knitting patterns that among the best to be found anywhere.

Stretch Baby Socks - These are warm, pretty and can fit the chubbiest little feet and ankles, available at http://www.patonsyarns.com/pattern.php?PID=5419&cps=21191

Duck Socks - This are big and yellow and look just like duck feet for 3 to 9 month old babies, found at http://knitty.com/ISSUEss10/PATTduck.php

Short Cuff Socks - A very warm pair of socks for babies up to 6 months, available at http://suite101.com/article/knit-baby-socks-with-a-short-cuff---free-knitting-pattern-a404246

Baby Knee Socks - These go almost to the knee with colorful horizontal stripes, available at http://www.classiceliteyarns.com/WebLetter/241/Issue241.php

Swirly Stripes Socks - A very interesting but pretty baby sock pattern, found at http://www.p2designs.com/pdfs/ptn-SwirlySox.pdf

Froggy Socks - A cute frog that baby will love to wear, available at http://www.p2designs.com/pdfs/ptn-froggySox.pdf

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