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I knitted some socks at the end of last year, the pattern by Donna Druchunas, I found in a book I bought "Vogue Knitting, Socks Two"
The pattern is ingenious and so easy. There is no decreasing or increasing just a long knitted strip of rib (knit one, purl one) making them nice and stretchy. The really clever bit is the shaping of the heel and toe done by just changing to finer needles. I can't reproduce the pattern as it is copyrighted but you can still get the book and it contains patterns for about 20 pairs of socks, mostly knitted on four needles.
I knitted both socks at the same time using wool from an old sweater I unravelled (I think this is what makes my stitches look a little uneven!) When I reached the heel and toe I placed yarn markers, then changed to smaller needles. Yarn markers are an invaluable must when it comes to sewing up the seams.
I have noticed knitting a pair of socks on four needles seems to be a rite of passage for a lot of knitters, inferring, by attempting and completing this tricky feat, you know what you are doing! I know too some people are daunted by the thought of four needles and this is the pattern for you, a first step into the world of sock knitting.