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Minerva’s Tower Socks

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Pattern: Minerva’s Tower Socks

The owl is a symbol of wisdom, and in Roman mythology the owl belongs to Minerva. This cable & lace combination looks like stacked owls with little faces and curved horns formed from the yarn overs and the cables.

Working magic loop style from the cuff down, the Minerva’s Tower Socks by Corrina Ferguson are presented in written and charted instructions. It has a slip stitch heel, and a drawn-up toe. Loosely based on a stitch pattern from the Barbara Walker books, this motif has a real wow factor to it. To see it best, work it up in semi-solid or solid yarn!

The Minerva’s Tower Socks Pattern includes:

  • Complete materials and yarn requirements list
  • Detailed written pattern instructions
  • Large, easy-to-read chart
  • Written instructions for chart
  • Full color photos
  • Notes page for keeping track of your progress and/or modifications
  • This pattern is a 4-page downloadable and printable digital PDF.

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