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This pattern is [the designer’s] idea of what the beauty and majesty of Hogwarts must look like.
The main motif is reminiscent of a swarm of bees, wings spread as they move to gather honey.
Cables form large open areas, evoking the idea of space, and the spaces in between.
This asymmetrical sock pattern has cables that cross as they chase each other down the sock.
The cable pattern is unbroken around the leg and continues seamlessly into a ribbed heel and twines over the instep to the toe.
Cables twist like vines on the front of these socks.
Prim and proper cables run the length of these socks, creating a bit of a zig-zag design.
The textured diagonal rib of this pattern shows off a variety of yarns.
Cables twist on the front of these socks to somehow invoke both tongues of flame and leaves at the same time.
The lace pattern on these socks mimics the look of grain still on the stalk.
These fanciful Japanese stitches create a sock with some real personality.
Cables twist and turn, evoking the image lavender flowers.
This sock looks good on both the wrong side and the right side!
These cables are complex enough to make anyone impressed.
Not everyone is a fan of opera, but you wouldn’t know it from these lacy socks!
Cables create the idea of rose blossoms and vines on these socks.
Leaves and cables twine around the leg of these socks.
Cables and lace entwine to create the fanciful design on these socks.
A Hundred Ravens is a small studio in New Hampshire producing amazing hand-dyed yarn.
19 Cleveland Hill Road, Brookline, NH 03033+1-413-992-9883
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