Saturday, July 01, 2006

Picot Eyelet Socks


Yarn Regia Havanna col:4198 100g; Ribbon to thread through eyelets
Ndls 3mm DPNs (US 3)

Measurements are for an average size with a foot length of 24cm (9.5in)
Tension 7 sts and 10 rows = 1" (St st in the rnd)

SOCKS

Using 3mm ndles, CO 60 sts and join.

Facing K 6 rnds

Picot edge *K2tog, yo; rep from * to end of rnd.

K 6 rnds… 13 rnds.

Attach facing Fold facing along picot edge to inside of sock and attach as folls: Pick up the edge of the first CO st and knit this tog with the first st on the ndle. Cont to end of rnd.

Next rnd P

Eyelet rnd *YO, k2tog; rep from * to end

Next rnd P

K in rnds until work meas a total of 24cm (adjust length here if desired).

Heel... 30sts

Row 1 (RS) *Sl 1, K1*

Row 2 Sl 1, P29

Rep these 2 rnds until heel meas 6cm ending with with RS row facing

Turn heel

Row 1 (RS) Sl 1, K16, K2tog tbl, K1, turn

Row 2 Sl 1, P5, P2tog, P1, turn

Row 3 Sl 1, K6, K2tog tbl, K1, turn

Row 4 Sl 1, P7, P2tog, P1, turn

Row 5 Sl 1, K8, K2tog tbl, K1, turn

Cont working 1 more st until all sts have been worked.

Next row Sl 1, K across

Pick up 15 gusset sts per side

Foot

Rnd 1 N1 K to last 3 sts, K 2tog K1; N2 K; N3 K1, SSK, K to end

Rnd 2 K

Rep rnds 1 and 2 until 60 sts rem

Cont without dec to toe

Star toe

Rnd 1 * K2, P1, K to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rnd 2 K

Rnd 3 * K3, P1, K to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rnd 4 K

Rnd 5 * K4, P1, K to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rnd 6 K

Rnd 7 * K5, P1, k to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rnd 8 K

Rnd 9 * K6, P1, K to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rnd 10 K

Rnd 11 * K7, P1, K to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rnd 12 K

Rnd 13 * K to last 2 sts on ndle, P2tog *

Rep last rnd until 8 sts rem

Finishing Break yarn leaving a 21cm tail. Thread tail through rem sts, pull tight and fasten off. Weave in ends. Steam block lightly.

more pictures/info at http://black-dog-knits.blogspot.com

8 comments:

Sue Knits 4 Fun said...

Love your designs, Laura dear. Keep up the great work. I envy you your retired status!!

Anonymous said...

I would like to knit a skirt. You know, kinda straight, mid-calf, not too tight and if possible in the round. I have considered just making it up, but I don't have alot of spare time right now to think it up. I've heard that knitting a skirt in the round can cause it to go kitty-wampus (twist). Does anyone have any good skirt patterns or ideas about them. Thanks. mwalde@comcast.net.

fleegle said...

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Thanks!

randi K design said...

Love all your patterns, nice work!

Nora said...

Anon:
skirt patt here:

http://www.kpixie.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=1977

N. Maria said...

That pattern is beautiful and perfect! You are amazing and I am so grateful you shared it!

Kat Stewart said...

LOVE the pattern. I've actually knitted socks with the same yarn before. The yarn is soooo soft. I noticed the way the sock coloring layed out. Thanks for posting!

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