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Cotton Candy Socks

By: Sheila Alexander from havencottagehappenings.com
Updated May 15, 2018
Cotton Candy Socks
Cotton Candy Socks

"Cotton Candy Socks are an open stitch design that work well for warmer weather. These socks are worked from the toe up with an after thought heel. The yarn called for in the pattern has a luxurious soft feel that your feet will love. These socks would be great stitched up as gifts (Mothers Day, birthday, Christmas). They would also work well for donation projects. This pattern is a one size fits most. Size can be adjusted by changing the hook size."

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Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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These look comfy, dont they? I like that theyre lighter weight because I make a lot of bed socks and slippers for the elderly. Most of the time they complain that their feet are too cold, but occasionally Ill get a request for some lighter cotton socks. The original pattern calls for a lightweight worsted, but cotton might work, too.

These are cute! What a great name for the pattern, too. I wonder, how thick are these socks? I ask because these days it is trendy to wear your cute socks with a pair or heels for an interesting juxtaposition of fashion. If they're too thick, then I say I would wear these in the house and I can be fashionable anyway! I like how the heel is added in at the end.

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