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    Smile Free Fleece Sock Pattern

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    Thanks Michelle. These are different than the ones I'm making. I'll try a pair of these too!

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    It's different than the one I am using too, Michele. I'm using the Green Pepper pattern (which is a bear to trace, but the pattern itself is really easy). Which are you using?
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    I was going to buy the Green Pepper pattern, but opted to take a pair that I already have and took out the stitching. Using that as a pattern for women sizes and making it wider and longer for the men's sizes. I haven't sewn a new one up yet. I hope to post some picts once I get going. I would love to see more pictures of your stuff too Michelle if you have time for that.

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    any pictures of any of these? i would love to see a pair

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    DEAD LINK
    Last edited by Michelle; 04-20-2010 at 01:23 PM. Reason: Removing dead link
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    well how timely for me to check here~ I was thining the other day that I need to make some fleecy slipper socks of some kind as mine just kicked the bucket. lol

    I'll get right on those~!!

    thanks!

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    ~I used this pattern to draft my own pattern last night for sewn t-shirt socks. I didn't see a recommendation for enlargement of the pattern and couldn't get it to print larger than 3 inches across so I used the proportions of each pattern piece to make a pattern custom to my size foot.
    And the sock was quick to make and turned out pretty well!~
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    Can you post pictures of your t-shirt sock? I'd love to see how this pattern sews up.
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    I really want to see what these socks look like. For some reason I cannot bring up any of the links. Shall patiently wait for pictures!!
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    I'm having trouble too MM. The first one came up the first time I clicked on it, but saved to favorites and then could not go to pattern. 2nd one not at all

    No wonder we are having a problem; that was posted in 2005
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    http://www.cedesign.com/familyphotos...ecebooties.pdf

    Try this one MM. I googled fleece socks

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    ~Thanks Craftypam, that pattern is much nicer than the original! I'll try that one next and yes of course I'll post pics when I have a sample I think is worth showing. My prototypes are usually quite messy and I want to show something that I would actually be using. ~
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    Quote Originally Posted by craftypam View Post
    I'm having trouble too MM. The first one came up the first time I clicked on it, but saved to favorites and then could not go to pattern. 2nd one not at all

    No wonder we are having a problem; that was posted in 2005
    yes, that's why I posted "Dead Link" before anyone had clicked on it, and then I just deleted it.

    The first one works for me though
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    Mahalo Pam = got it!!

    Michelle - saw the dead link so figured it wouldn't work. Been working on DH's computer and sometimes it just doesn't link well!!

    In any event, there's a pattern to work with!!
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