Knitting Socks from Around the World: 25 Patterns in a
This publication collects 25 marvelous styles for socks encouraged by way of knitting traditions from world wide. styles from best designers together with superstar Athena, Beth Brown-Reinsel, Candace Eisner Strick, Chrissy Gardiner, Janel Laidman and Anna Zilboorg are featured, in addition to an creation from Nancy Bush, writer of Folk Socks.
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N1 and N2: Needle 1 and Needle 2 with N1 holding heel/sole sts and N2 holding instep sts. Double-Purl Stitch (optional): This can be substituted for any twisted purl stitch (p1-tbl) in the pattern. It gives a slightly more pronounced purl bump and extra reinforcement. Work as follows: Bring yarn to the front; sl 1 pwise; bring yarn to back; pass slipped st back to LH needle; p1. See Chart, page 35 Note: For longer leg, rep Rnd 15 until you reach desired length. mini-CaBLe (4-sT PaneL) Rnds 1–3: P1, k2, p1.
Whenever necessary in pattern, cut yarn and slide stitches to opposite end of needle to start next row. After the leg is complete, stitches from the beginning and end of the leg are joined for the heel flap and heel turn. The sock is worked in the round from the gusset to the toe. The left and right socks have mirrored symmetry: the short rows are begun on opposite sides for each sock. Carry stranded yarn loosely to maintain sock’s elasticity. sPeCIal abbr evIatIOns stItCh Patterns stRIpe patteRn *Work 1 row A, 2 rows MC; rep from *, ending 1 row A.
Indd 54 (RAY) 4/13/11 6:45:20 PM 3/30/11 4:02:50 PM JOB:03-24578 Title:MBI-149843 Knitting Socks From around the World 04-C61991 #175 Dtp:204 Page:54 Short-Row Fair Isle Socks Design by Teva Du r h a m traditional Fair Isle knitting, a stranded technique in which no more than two colors are used in one row, originated on Fair Isle, one of the shetland Islands located north of scotland. In early Fair Isle knitting, any given color was not repeated for more than three stitches in a row to prevent long strands between colors on the back of the work.