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Darling Lace Socks

You wont be able to resist the Darling Lace Socks pattern. Featuring a delightful little lace pattern up the calf of the sock, you'll love knitting and wearing these socks. You can fit these socks into almost any type of outfit, from elegant to girly. When it comes to knitting, the simple lace pattern will keep knitters who are already familiar with making socks engaged and pleasantly challenged. You'll find yourself wanting to show off these socks wherever you go.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size2 or 2.75 mm

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

To fit woman’s shoe sizes 5/6 (7/8-9/10)


Finished foot length
5/6: 9" [23 cm]
7/8:  9½" [24 cm]
9/10:  10½" [26.5 cm]

MATERIALS

  • Patons® Kroy Socks (50 g/1.75 oz; 152 m/166 yds) Muslin (55008) 1 ball
  • Set of four size 2.75 mm (U.S. 2) doublepointed knitting needles or size needed to obtain tension
  • Cable needle.


TENSION
30 sts and 40 rows = 4" [10 cm] in stocking st.

INSTRUCTIONS
Panel Pattern (worked over 17 sts)
1st row: *K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk.* K3. yo. ssk. K2. Rep from * to * once more.
2nd and alt rows: Knit.
3rd row: (K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk. K1) twice. K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk.
5th row: *K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk.* K2tog. yo. K3. yo. ssk. Rep from * to * once more.
6th row: Knit.
These 6 rows form Panel Pat.


Cast on 58 sts. Divide sts on 3 needles. Join to work in rnds, placing marker on rst st to indicate beg of rnd.
1st rnd: *K1tbl. P1. Rep from * around.
Rep last rnd of (K1tbl. P1) ribbing for 1½" [4 cm].
Divide sts as 23,12, 23 sts.


LEG
1st rnd: K6. Work 1st row of Panel Pat. K12. Work 1st row of Panel Pat. K6.
2nd rnd: K6. Work 2nd row of Panel Pat. K12. Work 2nd row of Panel Pat. K6.
Panel Pats are now in position.


Keeping cont on Panel Pat, cont even in pat until work from beg measures approx 7" [18 cm], ending on a 5th row of Panel Pat.
Arrange heel sts: K14. Slip next 9 sts onto beg of 2nd needle. Slip last 9 sts from 3rd needle to end of 2nd needle. Divide 30 sts on 2nd needle
onto 2 needles and leave for instep.
Make heel: 1st row: (WS). Sl1P. Purl to end of row.
2nd row: *Sl1. K1. Rep from * to end of row.
Rep last 2 rows for 2½" [6 cm], ending on a WS row.
Shape heel: 1st row: (RS). Sl1. K14. ssk. K1. Turn.
2nd row: Sl1P. P3. P2tog. P1. Turn.

3rd row: Sl1. K4. ssk. K1. Turn.
4th row: Sl1P. P5. P2tog. P1. Turn.
5th row: Sl1. K6. ssk. K1. Turn.
6th row: Sl1P. P7. P2tog. P1. Turn.
7th row: Sl1. K8. ssk. K1. Turn.
8th row: Sl1P. P9. P2tog. P1. Turn.
9th row: Sl1. K10. ssk. K1. Turn.
10th row: Sl1P. P11. P2tog. P1. Turn.
11th row: Sl1. K12. ssk. K1. Turn.
12th row: Sl1P. P13. P2tog. P1. 16 sts.
Shape instep: With RS facing and 1st needle, pick up and knit 16 sts along left side of heel. With 2nd needle, K30. With 3rd needle, pick up and knit 16 sts along right side of heel, then knit rst 8 sts from heel onto end of 3rd needle.
Slip rem 8 sts from heel onto beg of 1st needle.
78 sts are now divided as (24, 30, 24) sts.

1st rnd:

1st needle: Knit to last 3 sts. K2tog. K1.
2nd needle: K1. yo. K2tog. K1. *K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk.* K12. Rep from * to *. K1. ssk. yo. K1.
3rd needle: K1. ssk. Knit to end of needle.


2nd rnd: Knit.
 

3rd rnd:

1st needle: Knit to last 3 sts. K2tog. K1.
2nd needle: K1. ssk. yo. K1. *K2tog. yo. K1. yo. ssk.* K12. Rep from * to *. K1. yo. K2tog. K1.
3rd needle: K1. ssk. Knit to end of needle.


4th rnd: As 2nd rnd.


Rep these 4 rnds until there are 58 sts divided as (14, 30, 14) sts.

Keeping 2nd needle in pat, cont even until foot from picked up sts at heel measures 4½ (5½-6)" [11.5 (14-15) cm].


Note: For a custom fit, work to 2" [5 cm] less than desired nished foot length, ending on either a 1st or 3rd rnd of pat.


Next rnd: 1st needle: Knit. 2nd needle: K1. ssk. Knit to last 3 sts. K2tog. K1. 3rd needle: Knit. 56 sts.
2nd rnd: Knit.
Shape toe: 1st rnd: 1st needle: Knit to last 3 sts. K2tog. K1. 2nd needle: K1. ssk. Knit to last 3 sts. K2tog. K1. 3rd needle: K1. ssk. Knit to end of needle.
2nd rnd: Knit.
Rep last 2 rnds until there are 16 sts divided as (4, 8, 4). Slip 4 sts from 3rd needle onto end of 1st needle.

Graft 2 sets of 8 sts tog.  Weave in all ends.

Grafting

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This looks like a basic lace knitting sock pattern. I usually prefer to use circulars but I will stick to the instructions and use double pointed needles. My one complaint is the same number of stitches for the different sizes. I would normally start with less stitches since I have small feet and skinny legs. It is worth a try though since the pattern is so pretty. Have to put it on my list.

I am half way through the pattern. I wish I could contact the author to ask questions.

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