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Astrid Socks - The Pattern.

Hi everyone! Remember these?

The pattern for Astrid socks is finally out. (It only took me like 1.5 years...) You can find it in my Ravelry store by clicking HERE

And because you guys have put up with me and my lazy blogging during this past year or so, I want to offer you a change to get a free sample of the pattern. Use the code astridfree at the Ravelry checkout and the pattern is yours, free of charge. Happy knitting!

P.S. The code is valid until January 31st 2017 11:59pm Helsinki time.

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for this pattern! They look awesome!

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  2. Well done! They're very lovely, and haven't gone out of style since you first knit them, so don't worry ;)

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  3. Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern. I do not know if I will ever have the courage to deal with socks, but one never knows...
    Have a nice day
    Léonie

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  4. These are adorable! Thank you!

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  5. These socks are absolutely gorgeous, I lvoe the three-colour combo!! Straight into the queue. And thank you so much for the coupon code, that is so generous!!

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  6. I discovered your blog only yesterday and I love it SO much! I think you're an amazing knitter (I wish I was so talented!) and your photographs are so beautiful! You've got yourself a new, Belgian fan! ;)
    Greetings, Hilde

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  7. Such a cute pair of socks! I love the color combination, traditional, bright and happy.

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