This Craftable is a lot like a cookbook. Think of these designs as 'ingredients' for a sock recipe: you can choose from two different cuff patterns (one mild and one a little spicy), two bodies (each with its own distinct flavor), and two heel and toe combinations (both sturdy, dependable choices for any cuff-down sock). Each pattern is designed to play nice with the other components of the sock; in other words, you can mix and match with ease. Your finished socks will be a true testament to your own unique tastes.
Adding color to the mix is just icing on the cake. After all, where better to go crazy with color than on a sock? You can express your inner wild child without shame. If the combination turns out to be, well, too neon, you can simply hide your socks beneath your pant legs, and no one will ever know. Your feet will still be snuggly warm.
So what are you waiting for? Begin by picking three sock parts: a cuff, a body and a foot. Mix in two (or three . . . or four . . . ) colors. Knit up your socks, wear them with pride, and repeat!