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Dogwoods
by Christina Harris
[dawg, dog]–nouna foot. (usually plural) [woods]–nouna large and thick collection of growing trees; a grove or forest.
Finished SizeWomen’s medium (8” foot / leg circumference) Yarn: I ball each Sandnesgarn Sisu (80% wool, 20% nylon) in 3 colours: MC: I755 ‘Dark Teal’ CC1: W001 ‘White’ CC2: I733 ‘Turquoise’ Needles: Set of four size US 2 / 2.75mm dpns Notions: Crochet hook Smooth scrap yarn Gauge: 8 sts = 1” Pattern Notes: Socks are worked from the toe up using short row toes and heels. Toes and heels may be double-stranded for extra strength. ABBREVIATIONS: CC1—contrast colour 1 CC2—contrast colour 2 Dpns—double-pointed needles k—knit k2tog—knit 2 together m1—Make 1 stitch: Insert left needle, from front to back, under strand of yarn which runs between last stitch on left needle and first stitch on right needle; knit this stitch through back loop. 1 stitch increased.MC—main colour rnd—round RS—right side SSK—slip 2 stitches as if to knit, then knit those 2 stitches together st(s)—stitch(es)
INSTRUCTIONS: Toe Note: Toes and heels may be worked with yarn held double for extra strength and overall thick-ness which is closer to rest of stranded sock. To do so, pull centre of yarn skein to outside and either find other end, or give yourself roughly 1/2 of skein, cut yarn, and continue to work with two skeins. With scrap yarn and crochet hook, crochet a chain of 36 chains. Using a dpn and CC2, knit into the centre loops of the back of the chain for 32 stitches.It may be easiest to use 2 dpns; 1 to pick up the sts and the other to hold them. Purl back. Row 1: Knit 31 sts. Move the working yarn as if to purl. Slip the last st. Turn. Row 2: Slip the first (unworked) st from the left to right needle, wrapping the st with the work-ing yarn. Purl across to the last st. Move the yarn as if to knit and slip the last st. Turn. Row 3: Slip the first st and knit across to the last st before the unworked st. Wrap and turn.
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Row 4: Slip and first st and purl across to the stitch before the unworked st. Wrap and turn. Repeat rows 3 and 4 until 9 of the toe sts are wrapped on each side and 14 sts are in the middle. You should be ready to work a RS row. Note: if you would like the toe of your sock to be wider, work fewer short rows, if narrower, work more. The toe is half done. Row 1: Knit across to the first wrapped st. Pick up the wrap, move it to the right of its st and knit them together. Turn. Row 2: Slip the first st and purl across to the first wrapped st. Pick up the wrap, move it to the right of its st and purl them together. Turn. Slip first st of next row and continue as estab-lished until you have worked all the sts and you once again have 32 “live” sts. Unzip the provisional cast on and divide these sts over two needles. When you unzip the pro-visional sts you will have 1 less than you started with—the remainder of the sock to the heel is worked over 32 sts on the top of the foot and 31 sts on the bottom. Foot Break CC2 and attach MC. Work 1 rnd. Attach CC1 and begin Chart A over first 31 sts fol-
lowed by Chart B over following 32 sts. Work 3 repeats of charts. Note:At the same time, you will be increasing 3 sts on either side of the foot before the heel, then decreasing them again after the heel. On the 1st row of the 3rd repeat of Chart B, m1 on either end of the top of foot sts. Repeat on rnds #7 and 13. 6 stitches increased. Ensure as you increase on either end that you only work the chart on the original 32 sts. After completing the 3rd repeat of charts, move the sts so the 38 top of foot sts are divided on 2 needles and the 31 bottom of foot sts are on a 3rd needle.Heel Attach CC2 and work a short row heel on the bottom of foot sts in CC2 as follows: Row 1: Knit 30 sts. Move the working yarn as if to purl. Slip the last st. Turn. Row 2: Slip the first st. Purl across to the last st. Move the yarn as if to knit and slip the last st. Turn. Row 3: Slip the first st and knit across to the last st before the unworked st. Wrap and turn. Row 4: Slip the first st and purl across to the st brfore the unworked st. Wrap and turn. Repeat rows 3 and 4 until you have 9 wrapped sts on each side and 13 in the middle. Again, you can make your heel narrower or wider by working fewer or more sts. Heel is half finished. Row 1: Knit across to the first wrapped st. Pick up the wrap, move it to the right of its st and knit them together. Turn. Row 2: Slip the first st and purl across to the first wrapped st. Pick up the wrap, move it to the right of its st and purl them together. Turn.
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Slip first st of next row and continue as estab-lished until you have worked all the sts and you once again have 31 “live” sts, ending with a purl side row. Leg Divide the sts on needles again as you did for the foot, with two on back of leg sts and one across front of leg. Cut the CC2 yarn, attach MC andwork 1 round in MC, increasing 1 st at point where the heel meets the top of the foot at beginning of rnd. 70 sts total. Attach CC1 and work 3 repeats of Chart B. At the same time, on rnds #2,8 and 14 of the 1st repeat of the chart, SSK at the beginning of the front of foot sts and k2tog at the end of these sts. So on rnd #1 you will work 3 sts in MC, then work the chart once, then work 3 sts in MC on the front of leg sts. Repeat chart once across back of leg sts. After decreasing on rnd #2, you’ll work 2 sts in MC, work chart, work 1 ,
k2tog, work chart once more. Repeat as above until 3 sts on either side have been decreased. 64 sts total. After completing chart B 3 times, break CC1 and work 1 rnd in MC. Attach CC2. Next rnd: *k1 CC2, p1 MC; repeat to end of rnd. Work ribbing for 10 rnds or desired length.To bind off in ribbing, you can do a regular bind off, or I recommend using Jeny’s stretchy bind off which “processes” each stitch, found here: http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEfall09/ FEATjssbo.phpand described below: When you reach a Knit stitch, do a reverse YO (wrap the yarn in the opposite direction from a standard YO—from the back over the top of the needle), knit 1, insert left needle into YO and pull over st you just knit. Before the purl st do a regular YO, then purl 1 st. Insert left needle and pull YO over purled stitch. Then pull right st over left st as per a regular BO. Continue, repeating:(Process next stitch. Pass right stitch over left stitch and off the needle) until only 1 stitch remains. Cut working yarn and pull through. Weave in ends. Block lightly. Repeat for sec-ond sock. Enjoy!
Dogwoods by Christina HarrisIf you have any questions, please contact me atimdoodle@hotmail.com.doodlesinstring.blogspot.com
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Dogwoods by Christina Harris
If you have any questions, please contact me atimdoodle@hotmail.com.doodlesinstring.blogspot.com
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