4 ply sock knitting patterns

I know I could increase the number of stitches, but I wanted to do the pattern as written first. rounds 2 and 3 until you have 28 stitches left and divide these between two Any hints on this? Knit your own socks with our huge range of easy to follow sock knitting patterns. Just got stuck in this one teeny spot! Give me a shout if you need help working it out - and good luck! Maybe that my feet are cold? Thanks!I like to knit my socks 2 at a time (magic loop) to avoid 'second sock syndrome'. Thanks so much. search. 6-8? Remember DK yarn is also known as 8ply, and 6ply is (as far as I can tell), mostly used for accessories rather than garments - it's quite easy to get hold of in European brands such as Regia and Opal but you don't always see it around otherwise. Thanks again :), That's great to hear! This picture illustrates the SSK stitch - slip the first stitch as if to knit, the second stitch as if to purl, slip them both back onto the left hand needle and knit through the back of the stitches. Rows 2 onwards are your decrease rows which decrease one stitch on every alternate row, pulling the sides of the flap around to make the V shape. Thanks again, Mary G. Greetings! A couple of pairs later, I just happened to search for sock yarn on the internet. I can't get over the picture of your picked up stitches, I have never seen any so neat! Graft Next paragraph says in your case it would be 8inches (foot measurement x 8) equals 64. Pattern type. The heavier yarn, the more versatile it can become. You want one stitch marker on either side of the top of the foot stitches, although you'll probably find that you need to put the one on the K2tog side on last otherwise it will fall off your needle whilst you're picking up the stitches on the other side. :-), Thank you so much for sharing this sock pattern....inspires me to continue :). each block of 4 stitches less than 60 stitches. needle at this point), place marker, then pick up 19 stitches (or more if Where you will have to change the numbers is on the heel turn - your set up row will be p1, p18, p2tog, p1. :-) xx, Hello Christine, Today I mentioned to my mum I'd love to get into sock knitting (we mainly crochet and I also quilt), she mentioned she'd heard of you over at the attic24 instagram, so I popped over here to take a look. Yes, Machu Picchu is on the itinerary with an intention to see it at dawn - I'm very envious and hope she takes plenty of photos! (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), tapestry needle. Thanks for all your help. In the sock calculator, it said the heel/toe section would be about 13 stitches. Fast forward to when small daughter was a baby. Did you keep the number of the top of the foot stitches the same (in your case it would have been 26) and decrease on either side of them or do you think you might have decreased across the top of the foot instead? all of the heel stitches are used. 283 Item(s) Sort ... Sugar and Spice Socks in West Yorkshire Spinners Signature 4 Ply Pattern. yours was the best instruction i could find! Laughing Hens. I don't have any plans to create a knee-high pattern at the moment, but will add it to my list of future ideas. Is there a secret ? Hi! Your pictures are spot on amazing. Yes, I'm really looking forward to the second sock. by 4, but remember that you will need to make adjustments when you turn the slip marker, knit to next, Repeat rounds 2 and 3 to shape the gusset and continue. stitch markers. Amano (2) Bergere de France (8) Cascade (253) DROPS (470) Laughing Hens (1) More. Home / Knitting Shop / Knitting Patterns / Knitted SOCK Patterns / Free Sock Pattern & How-to-Knit Guide 4 Ply. Oh, that is so impressive, you are a real professional when it comes to sock knitting. During this year, I'm intending to add videos for the Sockalong tutorials so do keep checking my YouTube channel if you get stuck! a larger or smaller sock, you will need to alter the number of purl stitches in Well done on working it out! Hi. These are the best instructions for picking up stitches (and how to calculate the correct number of stitches for the heel turn) I've ever found. Just in case you're interested, my new stripy socks are knitted in Regia Design Line "Random Stripe" shade 02904 Delphinium and the red socks for illustrating this tutorial are knitted in Regia Galaxy shade 1559 Jupiter Red. Thank you xx, Hello Sheila, it's lovely to see you! I've been trying to find it without success. Thank you, Hi Gwinni, it's lovely to see you! You need to measure around the ball of your foot which is the widest part and that will give you the measurement that you need for the calculation. However I am now sat at the first marker, in the top of the foot, wondering what to do now.Feeling a bit silly now, I must have gone wrong somewhere because your instructions are wonderful. Oh, that did make me laugh and thanks for visiting! I am an experienced knitter but was a little out of touch with sock knitting. sock, just add or remove stitches in blocks of 4 from the cast on total. I don't have any video tutorials at the moment, although I think that's something I should definitely consider to go along with the Sockalong tutorials. Think 80s, think colour, think completely over the top ... it was wonderful! half the number of stitches that you cast on, so if you have cast on more or I can now cast on, knit and purl stitch, It looks messy but I'm staying with it. xx PS Isn't it easy on a tiny circular? I think it is ok if they are a little big but will be shame if I make them and they are too small. Hi Jane, what you're doing is creating a V-shaped heel and row 1 is your set up row to get you to the middle of your heel flap. I cast on about 56 for my youngest daughter's socks and they stretch just a bit too much on a 30cm needle. Living in rural Spain halfway up a mountain, it gets cold here in the winter http://lifeinextremadura.blogspot.com.es/, Hello Tanya, it's lovely to see you! :-) xx, on shaping the toes, the pattern only tells you to place one marker in round one so I don't know where to place the second marker what have I missed this is my first time knitting socks please help, Hello! Thanks! :-) Unfortunately I'm the only person on the planet who doesn't use FB. (, What else? That's brilliant to hear, thanks for letting me know! !thank you sooooooo much for sharing!! Thank you for your reply. Continue in this way, into the second stitch on the back DPN and don't slip it off. To be honest, using the terms "small", "medium" and "large" can often be confusing with hand-knit socks because the actual size is based on the person's foot - the longer I have been knitting and designing socks the more I try to encourage people to actually measure their feet rather than work to a shoe size. Tel: 01572 868 480 It's lovely to see you, and to hear that the sock is progressing so well! It's in the tension tutorial section of book and it's worth taking a few minutes to check your knitting and work out the numbers for your foot. into the first stitch on the back DPN and slip it off. Winwick Mum Sockalong basic 4ply sock pattern, click, The idea of knitting socks can be quite daunting if you've not done it before. Save. Make two socks if you don't want to hop everywhere and wear them with pride! No, it should work out fine. If you're on Ravelry, please link your project to the pattern, Favourite Knitting Book - More Super Socks, If you shop at Amazon, please consider using these links and help to support my site - thank you! I'm glad you found the pattern helpful! I'm worried that I'll knit them 'top down' & they won't fit! Thank you for such clear instructions and photos-they are most helpful. Socks aren't scary once you get into knitting them, it's all about trusting that the pattern will turn out as it should do - and it will :-) xx. They begin with casting on, knitting, and purling, and work up to knitting in the round and more. Here, we’ve got designs for adults, children and babies alike, and these 4 ply patterns range vastly in difficulty to ensure that knitters of all skill sets are able to find a piece that they find challenging yet enjoyable. Pattern Count: 1. Beth xxx, Hello Beth, it's lovely to see you! 1  Hold the two DPNs with your left hand. There are so many lovely sock yarns out there that I have even made them for myself. into the second stitch on the front DPN and don't slip it off. I suggest you try either a US1 (which is equivalent to our 2.25mm) or a US2 (which is equivalent to our 2.75mm) depending on whether you are a tighter or looser knitter. with gratitude <3, I'm so pleased that you found the tutorial useful - and it's great that you've blogged about your socks too, as I don't always get to see first pairs when they're finished :) xx, Hijust called by to say thank you for your wonderful instructions on how to do the Kitchener stitch i have just finished my first pair of socks and am sooo proud of myself lol I will definately be making more. Will read this regular. P17, P2tog, P1, turn*, Row 2:             Sl1, K5, SSK, K1, turn, Row 3:             Sl1, P6, P2tog, P1, turn, Row 4:             Sl1, K7, SSK, K1, turn. Thank you, thank you. I used the calculator at: https://www.goodknitkisses.com/sock-calculator/. Hello Susan, it's lovely to see you! I must get hold of it. I've never worried too much about it as the largest socks I knit are about a UK size 8 and I know that I'll get those out of a 100g ball of yarn, and I use up my leftovers for blanket squares. Then I can start in socks after practice? If your markers are so close together then it sounds like something might have gone wrong with your gusset decreases. p.s. Insert the wool needle. Occasion. Welcome to The Sock Yarn Shop! Rounds 2 and 3 merge into each other so perhaps it's easier to consider it as Round 2: slip marker, knit to next marker, slip marker, knit to 3 stitches before end of round, k2tog, K1 Round 3: slip marker, knit to next marker, K1, SSK, knit to marker. each block of 4 stitches extra that you cast on, or decreasing by 1 stitch for This is what the SSK looks like on the right side of the sock ... and this is what the P2tog looks like. Hi Sila, I always decrease from the right hand side of the top of the foot stitches which, if you consider the first gusset decrease to be the start and end of your round, is actually the start of the next round. Free UK delivery on orders over £25. Jacque Dooley, That's great to hear, I'm so glad they're helping, Jacque! Out of stock. Tues closed Do I just repeat rows 1-4 until all the stitches are used or am I being completely dense? Thank you so much. Ankle Socks Knitting Patterns These ankle socks are knitted from Novita Louhetar sock yarn, with cotton as well as wool in … I cannot wait to get started and have clicked to follow on facebook etc. Round 1:       K1, SSK, K24 sts, K2tog, K1, place The pattern was quite awkward, involving sewing gussets and side seams, and I wasn't sure they were anything like up to my Aunt Ella's standard. that if you made the heel flap bigger, you will need to pick up more Already frustrated as when I was counting my stitches I forgot there was no knob at one to keep the stitches on the needle and off they came. Thanks for the pattern and tutorials. Try www.blacksheepwools.com as I know they did have some, and you can use our Sockalong code WINWICK10 until Christmas for a 10% discount too :-) So glad you're joining in with the Sockalong! Hi Christine. We stock a full palette of colours in our 4 Ply wool range, from baby pink to ice blue, so you can adapt one of our many knitting patterns to suit your preferences. thanks loads, now i am close to the toe part, i have 68 stitches on my needles ( did the sole with 1 round of slip one, knit one ) now on which side did you start with the decreasing instructions? I'm so glad that you're finding the patterns and tutorials helpful, both warm socks and mittens are useful for the weather right now, wherever you are in the world! This simple sock knitting pattern is perfect for first-time sock knitters because there’s no heel to turn and no shaping until the simple decreases for the toe. I was hooked! Happy New Year! "They make lovely socks. Hello there I want to make socks for Someone with large size feet. Thanks for a great pattern :), Hello! Repeat Hi! Knitting; Projects; The Basic Toe-Up Sock Pattern; The Basic Toe-Up Sock Pattern. I never knitted socks for myself before ( I have knitted baby socks with a heel in the past)because I was sort of dreading it but now I have read through all the posts and i think I have built up enough courage to get started! Do you have any idea what size feet they are at all? I know there are many sock patterns and tutorials on the internet aimed at beginners, but sometimes you just need one basic pattern that you can use to get started, increase your confidence and then adapt to suit your own feet. Your feet should definitely be warmer when they're wrapped in wool! (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){ Ker-ching! Different pattern ? Can you tell me why I am having such a problem sourcing 2.5mm 30cm circular needles? See more ideas about sock patterns, knitting socks, knit crochet. I also tried it on DPNs, which weren't long enough for the number of stitches. increasing one stitch between slip stitch and SSK or P2tog on each row until For the gusset, you repeat rounds 2 and 3 until you are back to your original number of stitches. Continue Thank you so much for your donation, we really appreciate it! in this way, decreasing by two stitches at the gusset on every other row until I think it's so important to have least have a grasp on the basics when you go to somewhere like this - and I'll look out for the new words when she comes home! Hope that helps! The original pattern itself is long gone, along with the one for sideways knitted gloves, but I had the foresight to type them out for future use, and is now installed on my laptop.Several years ago I decided to have a go at knitting them on four needles.