Friday, September 29, 2006

Basketweave Socks Pattern

This pattern is a great way to use up leftover sock yarn. Knitted toe up with short rows heel and toe. Team with matching basketweave beanie for a cosy bub!

Size: Newborn – 3 months
Materials: Small amount sock yarn, one set double-pointed needles or two circular needles to achieve gauge.
Gauge: 7st per inch in stocking st

Toe
Using waste yarn and crochet cast on, CO 16st, join main yarn
Row 1: P all stsRow 2: k15, turn Row 3: yo, p14, turn Row 4: yo, k13, turnContinue in this manner until: yo, p6, turn Next row: yo, k5, untwist next st (yo from previous row), k2tog (yo has been knit tog with next st on needle), turn Next row: yo, p6, p2tog, turnNext row: yo, k7, untwist next 2 yos, k3tog (2 yos and next st), turnNext row: yo, p8, p3tog, turnWork as for previous two rows, working each row 1 st longer than the last until: yo, k14, untwist next 2 sts, k3tog
Remove crochet chain from CO and place resulting 15 live sts on needle, k these sts, m1
Next row (working in the round): k3tog (last 2 yo and next st), knit to end of round, 32 st

Instep
R1 and 2: k1, (p2, k2) 3 times, p2, k17
R3 and 4: k
R5 and 6: k1, (k2, p2) 3 times, k19
R7 and 8: k
Repeat rounds 1-7 once more, pattern forms on top of foot while the underneath is stocking st.
R8: k31, turn

Heel
Work short rows as for toe on 16 stitches until: yo, k14, untwist next 2 sts, k3tog
Recommence working in the round

Cuff
R1: k1, (p2, k2) 3 times, p2, k1, k3tog, (p2, k2) 3 times, p2, k1
R2: k1, (p2, k2) 7 times, p2, k1
R3 and 4: k
R5 and 6: p1, (k2, p2) 7 times, k2, p1
R7 and 8: k
R9 and 10: k1, (p2, k2) 7 times, p2, k1
R11 and 12: k
R13 and 14: p1, (k2, p2) 7 times, k2, p1
R15 and 16: k

Ribbing
Work eight rows
Rib: k1, (p2, k2) 7 times, p2, k1
Bind off, darn in ends.

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4 Comments:

At 8:07 am, Blogger Auntie Noo said...

You still have time to put so much on your blog??????!!!!!! The cat is gorgeous - but I'd try to get him in hand luggage - they treat those suitacases with contempt!!!!!

The socks and beanie are adorable - and so good of you to include the pattern - just need to find someone who's expecting now. . . . .

 
At 6:18 pm, Anonymous amanda cathleen said...

Thank you so much for sharing your patterns! They are too cute for words. Love the cat your kids gave you : )

 
At 10:16 pm, Anonymous Carrie k said...

Those are so cute!

Have fun packing! And moving. May it all go swimmingly.

 
At 7:44 pm, Blogger Badger said...

Another great pattern! Am I going to be seeing you at Ally Pally - we're going on the Friday, and it'd be great to meet up if you'll be there!

 

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