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  • Photo courtesy of Stick Chick Knits.
  • Photo courtesy of Stick Chick Knits.
  • Photo courtesy of Stick Chick Knits.

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Curling Tendrils Sock Pattern HARDCOPY


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If we are out of stock, select the "dye-to-order" option and the "add to cart" button will appear. If you need more skeins than our current stock level, select "dye to order". Please allow at least 14 days for production time plus delivery. All items in one order (both in stock and dye to order) will ship together.

Fixed Shipping

Big Wheels have a fixed shipping price of $9.95 and are excluded from free shipping offers. Due to their size and weight, they do not fit in our regular shipping boxes, therefore they will be mailed separately. If other purchased items total over $150 US and $250 international, those items will qualify for free shipping and there will be no additional shipping charges beyond the $9.95 (select "fixed shipping - $9.95 at the checkout screen. Addresses located in western states (where postage is $5-7 for this weight), we will refund any shipping over charges.

Dye to order products

We will begin shipping our "featured color" in this base on September 10, 2014. All items in one order (both in stock and featured color) will ship together. If you have a dye-to-order product, please allow an extra 14 days production time. If you need part of your order sent sooner, either order separately or conact us for assistance.

Product Description



Tendrils of lace curl around the leg and down onto the foot of this lovely sock. Large sections of stockinette make for a fast knit, however the lace work keeps the pattern interesting. This pattern works well with both solid and variegated yarns.


Shown in Toad Lily Artisan Sock


This pattern requires approximately 300 yards of fingering weight yarn and sizes US1 and US2 DPN needles (or size needed to get gauge.)


About the Designer, Melissa Goodale:

Mel spends her days in Seattle dreaming up new designs and playing with yarn. Her projects expand to fill the space available. Luckily, this doesn’t seem to bother her loving husband and son.

Copyright 2009 Melissa J. Goodale. All rights reserved.



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