Sunday, August 14, 2011
This is probably the most basic top down sock but it fits nicely and I managed to adjust a few different patterns to get just the right fit.
1 Ball (100g) Self stripe sock yarn
Set of 4 DPN size 3 mm
Cast on 64 stitches very loosely
Divide stitches over needles N1 16, N2 32, N3 16
LEG Rib cuff. Establish a 2x2 rib pattern for 18 stitches or 5cm
Work in St st for 56 rounds or 15 cm
HEEL flap Over N2 with right side facing work back and forth as follows:
Rw 1 : *Sl 1 purlwise, k1. Repeat from * to end.
Rw 2 : Sl 1 purlwise p to end.
Repeat these 2 rows until 32 rws are complete 6 cm
TURN Heel : Note Sl 1 = sl 1 purlwise
Rw 1: (RS) K18 ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 2: Sl 1, p5, p2tog, p1. Turn
Rw 3: Sl 1, k6, ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 4: Sl 1, p7,p2tog, p1. Turn
Rw 5 Sl 1, k8,ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 6 Sl 1, p9 p2tog, p1. Turn
Rw 7 Sl 1, k10, ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 8 Sl 1, p11, p2tog, p1. Turn
Rw 9 Sl 1, k12, ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 10Sl 1, p13, p2tog, p1. Turn
Rw 11Sl 1, k14, ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 12 Sl 1, p15, p2tog, p1. Turn
Rw 13: Sl 1, k16, ssk, k1. Turn
Rw 14: Sl 1, p 16, p2 tog, p1 Turn
Knit 9 sts Beginning of round
Continue with same needle pick up 16 sts along the left side of the heel
Pick up and knit st from the row below the first instep st to prevent a hole
Knit across instep sts with free needle pick up and knit from the row below the first heel st to prevent a hole. Pick up 16 sts along the right side of the heel and work across the remaining heel sts.
SHAPE gusset: dec. rnd.
N1 work to 3 sts from end, k2 tog, k1.
N2 (instep) work even.
N3 k1, ssk, work to end.
Repeat these two rnds until there are 64 sts remaining.
Foot: Continue working until foot measures 15 cm about 28 rounds
SHAPE Toe: Rnd 1:
N1(Heel) work to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1.
N2(instep) K1,ssk, work to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1.
N3(heel) K1, ssk, complete round.
Rnd 2: Work even.
Repeat these two rnds until 32 st remain(16 rounds)
Work Rnd 1 only until 20 sts remain.
Use Kitchener st to finish sock off
Work second sock.
Have a crafty week
Monday, August 8, 2011
This project started as leftover sock yarn and hating leftover bits lying around ... What do you do with itsy bitsy pieces ???
I started with about 30 chain stitches and then carried on with rows of single crochet stitches. When I got to the end I decided that it would be nice to have a little handle so two stitches and about 10 rows did the trick.
fold your whole piece in half and sew one side and bottom closed
I sewed the zip into place by hand.
and there you have it a zippered pouch with a tag.Have a crafty week