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Table of Contents BABY AND ME SOCKS .............................................................................................................................................................. 5 KNOCKOFF BABY UGGS........................................................................................................................................................... 8 GAME DAY SLIPPER SOCKS .................................................................................................................................................. 10 BERRIES AND CREAM SLIPPER SOCKS ............................................................................................................................... 15 YOGA SOCKS FOR THE LOUNGER ......................................................................................................................................... 18 KNIT MARY SLIPPERS ........................................................................................................................................................... 19 LAZY DAY KNIT SOCKS ......................................................................................................................................................... 21 LACE TOE-UP SOCKS............................................................................................................................................................. 24 TRADITIONAL FAIR ISLE SLIPPERS ..................................................................................................................................... 27 DARLING LACE SOCKS........................................................................................................................................................... 33

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Baby and Me Socks By Sasha from A La Sascha It’s always fun to match, especially with warm winter socks. The Baby and Me Socks pattern is a basic knit sock pattern that is an absolute classic for both adults and children. The simple stockinette stitch base is made cozy by an attractive ribbed edge. We love the Baby and Me Socks in the gorgeous mocha brown color featured in the picture, but any other sock weight yarn works just as well.

Materials   

5mm 60 or 80 cm (US 3) circular knitting needle Yarn appropriate for 5-4mm needles (US 3) Needle

Note: Make sure that you knit the first stitch of every needle very tight so the stitches won’t look different at the sides where you switch needles. When you have to slip a stitch you can see by the stitch after the slip if you have to slip purl-wise or knit-wise.

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Instructions ADULT SOCK Rnd 1-12: P2, k2 rib for 12 rows. Rnd 13- 43: Knit for 30 rows. Heel: (the heel is knit back and forth on one of the two needles) Rnd 44: Turn, sl1, Purl 23 Rnd 45: Turn *sl 1, k1* repeat Rnd 46-57: repeat row 44-45 Rnd 58: sl1, p13, p2tog, p1, turn Rnd 59: sl1, k6, sl1 k1 psso, k1, turn Rnd 60: sl1, p7, p2tog, p1, turn Rnd 61: sl1, k8, sl1 k1 psso, k1, turn Rnd 62: sl1, p9, p2tog, p1, turn Rnd 63: sl1, k10, sl1 k1 psso, k1, turn Rnd 64: sl1, p11, p2tog, p1, turn Rnd 65: sl1, k12, sl1 k1 psso, k1, turn Rnd 66: sl1, p13, p2tog, turn Rnd 67: sl1, k12, sl1 k1 psso, turn Rnd 68: pick up 8 stitches along the side of the heel and on keep same needle as heel, knit 24 from other needle, pick up 8 stitches along the other side of the heel and on keep on same needle as you are now going to knit the heel (needle 1: 30 stitches, needle 2: 24 stitches). Rnd 69: Knit Rnd 70: K1, k2tog, knit to last three of first needle, sl1 k1 psso, knit second needle to end. Rnd 71: Knit Rnd 72 - 75: repeat rnd 69-70 Foot: Rnd 76-110: Knit Toe: Rnd 111: k1, k2tog, k18, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k18, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 112: knit Rnd 113: k1, k2tog, k16, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k16, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 114: knit Rnd 115: k1, k2tog, k14, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k14, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 116: knit Rnd 117: k1, k2tog, k12, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k12, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 118: knit Rnd 119: k1, k2tog, k10, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k10, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 120: knit Rnd 121: k1, k2tog, k8, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k8, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 122: k1, k2tog, k6, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k6, sl1 k1 psso, k1 6


Rnd 123: k1, k2tog, k4, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k4, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 124: k1, k2tog, k2, sl1 k1 psso, k1, k1, k2tog, k2, sl1 k1 psso, k1

BABY SOCK Rnd 1-6: P2, k2 rib for 12 rows. Rnd 7- 13: Knit. Heel: (the heel is knit back and forth on one of the two needles) Rnd 14: Turn, sl1, Purl 11 Rnd 15: Turn *sl 1, k1* repeat Rnd 16-21: repeat row 14-15 Rnd 22: sl1, p6, p2tog, p1 turn Rnd 23: sl1, k3, sl1 k1 psso, k1, turn Rnd 24: sl1, p4, p2tog, p1, turn Rnd 25: sl1, k5, sl1 k1 psso, k1 Rnd 26: Pick up 4 stitches along the side of the heel and on keep same needle as you are now going to knit the heel, knit 12 from other needle, pick up 4 stitches along the other side of heel and on keep same needle as you are now going to knit the heel. Rnd 27: Knit Rnd 28: k1, k2tog, k10, sl1 k1 psso, k1, knit second needle. Rnd 29: Knit Rnd 30: k1, k2tog, k8, sl1 k1 psso, k1, knit second needle. Rnd 31: Knit Foot: Rnd 32-44: Knit Toe: Rnd 45: *k1, k2tog, k6, sl1 k1 psso, k1*repeat for second needle Rnd 46: knit Rnd 47: *k1, k2tog, k4, sl1 k1 psso, k1*repeat for second needle Rnd 48: knit Rnd 49: *k1, k2tog, k2, sl1 k1 psso, k1*repeat for second needle

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Knockoff Baby Uggs By Sasha from A La Sascha Do you love the look of designer Uggs but hate the price tag? How about a DIY designer pair? These Knockoff Baby Uggs may be even cuter than the originals. This adorable knit baby booties pattern is prefect for the fashionista baby who just has to have the latest style. Baby will stay warm while heads turn with these insanely cute Knockoff Baby Uggs. They're proof that it's never too early to be a slave to fashion.

Materials    

4.0mm knitting needles Worsted weight yarn Fluffy yarn Yarn needle and scissors

Sizes Preemie/doll size (Newborn, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 18-24 months) Preemie/doll size: 7-8cm Newborn: 8,5-9,5cm 3-6 months: 10-12cm 6-12 months: 12-13cm 18-24 months: 13-14cm

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Instructions Cast on 31 (37, 45, 51, 57) stitches, loosely, with worsted weight yarn. Knit for 8 (10, 12, 14, 16) rows. Rnd 9 (11, 13, 15, 17): K12 (15, 19, 22, 25), k2tog, k3, k2tog, k12 (15, 19, 22, 25) Rnd 10 (12, 14, 16, 18): K11 (14, 18, 21, 24), k2tog, k3, k2tog, k11 (14, 18, 21, 24) Rnd 11 (13, 15, 17, 19): K10 (13, 17, 20, 23), k2tog, k3, k2tog, k10 (13, 17, 20, 23) Rnd 12 (14, 16, 18, 20): K9 (12, 16, 19, 22), k2tog, k3, k2tog, k9 (12, 16, 19, 22) Rnd 13 (15, 17, 19, 21): K8 (11, 15, 18, 21), k2tog, k3, k2tog, k8 (11, 15, 18, 21) Rnd 14 (16, 18, 20, 22): K7 (10, 14, 17, 20), k2tog, k3, k2tog, k7 (10, 14, 17, 20) For size 3-6 months add one extra decrease round as described above, for size 6-12 months and 18-24 months add two extra decrease rounds. Knit 2 rows with the furry yarn. Knit 8 (10, 14, 16, 18) rows. Knit 2 rows with the furry yarn. Cast off loosely, leave a long tail tom embroider the sides with. Fold bootie in half with wrong side out. Sew bottom and back seam. Fold right side out and embroider along the middle of the sides a line of fur.

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Game Day Slipper Socks By Ellen from The Chilly Dog This festive knit sock pattern is a great way to show team spirit. The Game Day Slipper Socks are bold slipper sock knit with contrasting colors in a simple stockinette stitch construction. These socks are a great opportunity to knit for the man in your life because they're easily customizable to his favorite team. Knit a pair for your hubby or brother - they might become their new good luck charm when watching the game.

Materials     

7 oz skein of Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Carrot (Color A) 7 oz skein of Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Royal (Color B) 4 - size 8 DPN, or size necessary to obtain gauge stitch marker plastic yarn needle

Gauge Stockinette stitch (with alternating colors for each stitch) 20 sts or 20 rows = 4 inches Finished Measurements Slippers are approximately 10 ½ inches from heel to toe and 9 ¼ inches in circumference and fit men’s (US) shoe sizes 8-12. 10


Stitches k2tog - knit 2 stitches together ssk - slip two stitches individually knitwise then knit the two slipped stitches together p2tog - purl 2 stitches together

Directions (Make 2) Ankle With color A co 48 across 3 dpn. Work k1, p1 ribbing for one inch (5 rounds). Heel Continue working Row 1 of the heel in the same direction as the ankle rounds. Work the 24 stitches of Row 1 onto one dpn. Place remaining 24 stitches on a spare needle or stitch holder to work later for the instep. Row 1 (RS): With color B *sl 1, k1; repeat from * 11 more times, turn. Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, p to end, turn. Row 3: With color A *sl 1, k1; repeat from * 11 more times, turn. Row 4: Sl 1, p to end, turn. Repeat rows 1-4 five more times. Turn Heel Work each stitch of the turn heel in alternating colors unless noted. Row 1 (RS): Starting with color B, knit across 12 sts, place marker, starting with color A k2, with color A ssk and k1, turn. Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, starting with color B, purl to marker, starting with color B, p2, with color B p2tog and p1, turn. Row 3: Sl 1, starting with color A, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color B ssk and k1, turn. Row 4: Sl 1, starting with color A, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color A p2tog and p1, turn. Row 5: Sl 1, starting with color B, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color A ssk and k1, turn. Row 6: Sl 1, starting with color B, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color B p2tog and p1, turn. Row 7: Sl 1, starting with color A, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color B ssk and k1, turn. Row 8: Sl 1, starting with color A, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color A p2tog and p1, turn. Row 9: Sl 1, starting with color B, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color B ssk, turn. Row 10: Sl 1, starting with color A, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color B p2tog, turn.

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Gusset On needle 1, starting with color A, knit to marker, starting with color A, k7, continue alternating colors and pick up 12 sts across the selvage edge; on needle 2 continue alternating colors and knit across held stitches, on needle 3 continue alternating colors and pick up 12 sts across selvage edge, k7 stitches from needle 1, remove marker. (62 stitches) From this point you will knit into each stitch with the opposite color of the stitch you are knitting into. The exception is decreased (k2tog and ssk) stitches that are two different colors. If both the stitches you are decreasing into are the same color (both carrot or both royal), k2tog or ssk with the opposite color If the stitches you are decreasing into are different colors (one carrot, one royal): K2tog: with the same color as the stich you just knit ssk: with the opposite color as the stitch you just knit Round 1: Knit to last 3 sts on needle 1, k2tog, k1; knit across all sts on needle 2; on needle 3, k1, ssk, knit to the end. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until 48 sts remain. Foot Continue knitting around each needle with the opposite color of the stitch you are knitting into until piece measures 8 ½ inches from the back of the heel. Toe Round 1: On needle 1, knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1; on needle 2, k1, ssk, knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1; on needle 3, k1, ssk, knit to the end of the needle. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1-2 until 20 sts remain. Knit 5 stitches from needle 1 onto needle 3 using the same color as the stitch you are knitting into, so there are the same number of stitches on each of the two needles. Cut the yarn leaving an 18 inch tail. Use the tail from the last stitch knit for grafting. Tuck the tail from the second to last stitch into the sock to weave in later.

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BONUS: How-to grafting tutorial Instructions 1. Bring the needle through the first front stitch as if to purl and pull the yarn through.

2. Bring the needle through the first back stitch as if to knit and pull the yarn through.

3. Bring the needle through the first front stitch as if to knit. Pull the yarn through and drop the stitch off the knitting needle.

4. Bring the needle through the next front stitch as if to purl and pull the yarn through.

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5. Bring the needle through the first back stitch as if to purl. Pull the yarn through and drop the stitch off the knitting needle.

6. Bring the needle through the next back stitch as if to knit and pull the yarn through.

Repeat Step 3-6 until one stitch remains on each needle. 7. Bring the needle through the last front stitch as if to knit. Pull the yarn through and drop the stitch off the knitting needle.

8. Bring the needle through the last back stitch as if to purl. Pull the yarn through and drop the stitch off the knitting needle.

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Berries and Cream Slipper Socks By Ellen from The Chilly Dog There’s nothing better than putting your feet up after a long day of work. The Berries and Cream Slipper Socks are the perfect accompaniment to a cup of hot tea and a good book. This adorable knit sock pattern is knit with a pretty mix of white and pink. These thick, warm slipper socks make a great gift for anyone on your list. Knit a pair for yourself and see why The Berries and Cream Slipper Socks are the perfect pair of winter socks.

Materials     

1 - 3 ½ oz skein of Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Dusty Pink (Color A) 1 - 3 ½ oz skein of Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Yarn in Linen (Color B) Set of 4 size DPN (US 8) or size necessary to obtain gauge Stitch marker Plastic yarn needle

Gauge Stockinette stitch (with alternating colors for each stitch) 20 sts or 20 rows = 4 inches

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Finished Measurement Slippers are approximately 9 ½ inches from heel to toe and 8 inches in circumference and fit women’s (US) shoe sizes 6-10. Stitches k2tog - knit 2 stitches together ssk - slip two stitches individually knitwise then knit the two slipped stitches together p2tog - purl 2 stitches together Instructions (Make 2) Ankle With color A co 40 across 3 dpn. Work k1, p1 ribbing for one inch (5 rounds). Heel Continue working Row 1 of the heel in the same direction as the ankle rounds. Work the 20 stitches of Row 1 onto one dpn. Place remaining 20 stitches on a spare needle or stitch holder to work later for the instep. Row 1 (RS): With color B *sl 1, k1; repeat from * 9 more times, turn. Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, p to end, turn. Row 3: With color A *sl 1, k1; repeat from * 9 more times, turn. Row 4: Sl 1, p to end, turn. Repeat rows 1-4 four more times. Turn Heel Work each stitch of the turn heel in alternating colors unless noted. Row 1 (RS): Starting with color B, knit across 10 sts, place marker, starting with color A, k2, with color A ssk and k1, turn. Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, starting with color B, purl to marker, starting with color B, p2, with color B p2tog and p1, turn. Row 3: Sl 1, starting with color A, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color B ssk and k1, turn. Row 4: Sl 1, starting with color A, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color A p2tog and p1, turn. Row 5: Sl 1, starting with color B, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color A ssk and k1, turn. Row 6: Sl 1, starting with color B, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color B p2tog and p1, turn. Row 7: Sl 1, starting with color A, knit to marker, starting with color A, knit to 1 st before the gap, with color A ssk, turn. Row 8: Sl 1, starting with color B, purl to marker, starting with color B, purl to 1 st before the gap, with color A p2tog, turn. 16


Gusset On needle 1, starting with color B, knit to marker, starting with color A, k6, continue alternating colors and pick up 10 sts across the selvage edge; on needle 2 continue alternating colors and knit across held stitches, on needle 3 continue alternating colors and pick up 10 sts across selvage edge, k6 stitches from needle 1, remove marker. (52 stitches) From this point you will knit into each stitch with the opposite color of the stitch you are knitting into. The exception is decreased (k2tog and ssk) stitches that are two different colors. If both the stitches you are decreasing into are the same color (both dusty pink or both linen), k2tog or ssk with the opposite color If the stitches you are decreasing into are different colors (one dusty pink, one linen): K2tog: with the same color as the stich you just knit ssk: with the opposite color as the stitch you just knit. Round 1: Knit to last 3 sts on needle 1, k2tog, k1; knit across all sts on needle 2; on needle 3,k1, ssk, knit to the end. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until 40 sts remain. Foot Continue knitting around each needle with the opposite color of the stitch you are knitting into until piece measures 7 ½ inches from the back of the heel. Toe Round 1: On needle 1, knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1; on needle 2, k1, ssk, knit to last 3 sts, k2tog, k1; on needle 3, k1, ssk, knit to the end of the needle. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1-2 until 16 sts remain. Knit 4 stitches from needle 1 onto needle 3 using the same color as the stitch you are knitting into, so there are the same number of stitches on each of the two needles. Cut the yarn leaving an 18 inch tail. Use the tail from the last stitch knit for grafting. Tuck the tail from the second to last stitch into the sock to weave in later. Finishing Grafting the Toe Using the Kitchner Stitch. Thread the yarn needle. Hold the knitting needles parallel so that the last knit stitch is on the back needle. Graft from right to left. (See pages 13-14). Weave in loose ends.

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Yoga Socks for the Lounger By SR from Knitting and So On If you like yoga pants you'll easily fall in love with these Yoga Socks for the Lounger! Just as comfy as the pants, these socks will make you never want to take them off! Their unique heel-revealing pattern will catch the eye of your friends and family. For the intermediate knitter, this is a new and different pattern that will spice up your crafting life. This simple "how to" will help you make pairs upon pairs for the demand that is sure to follow. Just try slipping during your "downward dog" in yoga class with these socks, they are designed for the balance and comfort needed during your exercise routine (or just while you lounge around!).

Materials 3.5 mm (US 4) or 4 mm (US 4), Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs) Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches) Instructions CO60 with 4mm needles and join in round. Change to 3mm needles. Knit 34 rounds of “p1 k3 p1�-ribbing. 35th round: BO30 and finish round 36th round: CO30 (knitted cast-on) and finish round. Knit 33 more rows of "p1 k3 p1"-ribbing. BO using sewn bind technique.

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Knit Mary Slippers By Bernat Knit Mary Slippers will make your feet feel amazing. Knit a pair to lounge around the house in. The strap and snug fit will help keep in the warmth.

Materials   

Yarn: 1 ball of Bernat Sox (100 g / 3.5 oz) # 42117 (Wooded Denim) Size 2.75 mm (U.S. 2) knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge 2 buttons

Guage: 32 sts and 40 rows = 4 ins 10 cm in stocking st. Sizes To fit adult’s shoe size 5/6 (7/8-9/10). Finished foot length 9 (9 1/2-10 1/2)" 23 (24-26.5) cm.

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Instructions The instructions are written for smallest size. If changes are necessary for larger sizes the instructions will be written thus ( ). Cast on 5 sts. Beg at heel, work in garter st (knit every row), inc 1 st each end of needle on 4th and every following 6th row 3 times. 13 sts. Cont even for 2" [5 cm] in total, ending with a WS row. Cast on 17 sts beg next 2 rows. 47 sts. Next row: (RS). K1. *yf. Sl1P. yb. K1. Rep from * to end of row. Next row: Purl. Next row: K2. *yf. Sl1P. yb. K1. Rep from * to last st. K1. Next row: Purl. Rep last 4 rows for pat until work from last cast on row measures 1 1/2 (2-3)" [4 (5-7.5) cm], ending with a purl row. Inc 1 st each end of needle on next and every following alt row twice more. 53 sts. Cast on 6 sts beg next 2 rows. 65 sts. Cont even in pat until work from last cast on row measures 2 1/2 (4- 5)" [6 (10-12.5) cm], ending with a purl row. Shape top: 1st row: (RS). K1. *K2tog. Pat 6 sts. Rep from * to end of row. 57 sts. 2nd row: Purl. 3rd row: K1. *K2tog. Pat 5 sts. Rep from * to end of row. 49 sts. 4th row: Purl. Continue in same manner, dec 8 sts on next and every following alt row to 17 sts. Break yarn, leaving a long end. Thread yarn through rem sts. Pull tightly. Sew top seam. Strap (make 2). Cast on 28 sts. Knit 5 rows, noting 1st row is WS. Next row: (RS). K4. Cast off 2 sts. K22. Next row: Knit, casting on 2 sts over cast off sts. Knit 3 rows. Cast off. Sew on Strap. Sew button to correspond to buttonhole.

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Lazy Day Knit Socks By Karen Wooley for Red Heart Yarn Lounging around the house is best done in a pair of hand knit socks. You won’t want to take the Lazy Day Knit Socks off of your feet once you put them on. Your feet will stay nice and warm when you wear these cozy socks around the house. No matter what the weather is like outside, the bright colors of these socks will instantly put you in a good mood. Knitting up these socks gives you ultimate control over the fit and shape, meaning that you can create the socks of your dreams.

Materials    

RED HEART® With Love®: 1 skein each 1805 Bluebell A, 1502 Iced Aqua B and 1303 Aran C Susan Bates® Double-pointed needles: one set each 5mm (US 8) and 5.5mm (US 9) Yarn needle Stitch markers

Gauge 16 sts = 4” [10 cm]; 22 rows = 4” [10 cm] in St st with larger needles. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needles to obtain the gauge. Note: Directions are for sock size 7-9; changes for 9-11 and 10-12 are in parentheses Special Stitches SKP- Slip 1, K1, pass slip st over K2tog-Knit 2 sts together P2tog-Purl 2 sts together

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Stripe Pattern Rounds 1-2: A Rounds 3-4: B Instructions Cuff With smaller size needles and A, cast on 26 (30, 34) sts. Divide sts evenly around needles. Join to work in rounds, being careful not to twist sts. Place marker for beginning of round. Rounds 1: *K1, p1, repeat from * around. Repeat Round 1 until piece measures 1� [2.5 cm] from beginning. Next Row: Change to larger size needles and work 22 (28, 34) rounds in Stripe Pattern (2 rows A, 2 rows B) ending with B (A, B). Heel Place 14 (16, 18) sts on needle 1 for Heel. Leave remaining 12 (14, 16) unworked sts on needle 2 (instep). Heel Flap Row 1: Change to C. Slip 1 st purl-wise, purl to end of row, turn. Row 2: *Slip 1 st knit-wise, knit 1; repeat from * across row, turn. Repeat Rows 1-2, 6 (6, 6) times–14 (14, 14) rows. Turn Heel Row 1: P7 (8, 9), p2tog, p1, turn. Row 2: Slip 1, k1 (1, 1), k2tog, k1, turn. Row 3: Slip 1, p2 (2, 2), p2tog, p1, turn. Row 4: Slip 1, k3 (3, 3), k2tog, k1, turn. Row 5: Slip 1, p4 (4, 4), p2tog, p1, turn. Row 6: Slip 1, k5 (5, 5), k2tog, k1, turn. 8 sts remain for size 7-9. For size 9-11 Row 7: Slip 1, p6, p2tog, turn. Row 8: Slip 1, k6, k2tog, turn. 8 sts remain for size 9-11. For size 10-12 Row 7: Slip 1, p6, p2tog, p1, turn. Row 8: Slip 1, k7, k2tog, k1 turn. 10 sts remain for size 10-12. Gusset With right side facing, pick up and knit 7 (7, 7) sts along left side of Heel Flap, place marker for First Gusset, knit across remaining 12 (14, 16) unworked sts on second needle, place marker for Second 22


Gusset, pick up and knit 7 (7, 7) sts along opposite side of Heel Flap, knit 4, (4, 5) sts, place marker for beginning of round– 34 (36, 40) sts. Note: Beginning of round should now be above center of back heel. Divide sts around needles as follows: Needle 1: 11 (11, 12) sts. Needle 2: 12 (14, 16) sts. Needle 3: 11 (11, 12) sts. Work Heel Gusset decrease rounds as follows: Round 1: Needle 1: Knit to last 4 sts, k2tog, k2. Needle 2: Knit all sts. Needle 3: K2, SKP, knit to end —32 (34, 38) sts total remain on needles. Round 2: Knit all sts. Change to B (A, B). Rounds 3-8 (6, 6): Repeat Rounds 1-2 until 7 (8, 9) sts remain on Needles 1 and 3-26 (30, 34) sts total remain on needles. Foot Rounds 15-30 (36, 42): Continue working Round 2 in Stripe Pattern (2 rows A, 2 rows B). Shape Toe Change to C. Round 1: Needle 1: Knit, to last 3 sts, SKP, k1. Needle 2: K1, k2tog, knit to last 3 sts, SKP, k1. Needle 3: Knit to last 3 sts, SKP, k1. K1, k2tog, knit to end—22 (26, 30) sts total remain on needles. Round 2: Knit all sts. Repeat Rounds 1-2 until 10 (14, 14) sts remain. Finishing Graft toe sts together using the Kitchener Stitch (see tutorial on page 13-14).

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Lace Toe-Up Socks By Cynthia Yanak for Red Heart Yarn For socks with a special twist you can’t go wrong with the Lacy Toe-Up Socks. These delightful socks can be worn around the house, or with low shoes to show off your hard work. A simple lace pattern up the side of this knit sock pattern adds a dressy air to this easily customizable pattern. Pick a brightly colored yarn to add a bit of sunshine to even the dreariest of days.

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RED HEART® “Stardust™”: 2 (2, 3) balls 1252 Orange. Double Pointed Knitting Needles: 2.25mm (US 1). Crochet Hook: 2.25mm (US B-1). Yarn needle, smooth waste yarn

Gauge: 28 sts = 4” in St st. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size needles to obtain the gauge. Special Abbreviations M1R (Make 1 right) = With left needle pick up horizontal strand between 2 sts from back to front and knit through the front loop. M1L (Make 1 left) = With left needle pick up horizontal strand between 2 sts from front to back and knit through the back loop. Ssk (Slip, slip, knit) = Slip next 2 sts, one at a time, knitwise, to right needle; insert point of left needle into the fronts of these 2 sts from left to right and knit them together from this position.

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Provisional Cast-On 1. With waste yarn, put a slip-knot on the crochet hook. 2. Hold a double-pointed needle in your left hand and the crochet hook in your right hand. Hold the yarn in your left hand. 3. Put the double-pointed needle over the strand of yarn. With the crochet hook, draw a loop over the needle and through the slip-knot. 4. Place the yarn under the needle. 5. With the crochet hook, draw up a loop over the needle and through the stitch on the hook. 6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 until you have one stitch less than the required number. 7. Put the last loop from the crochet hook onto the needle. Cut the waste yarn leaving a 6” tail. 8. Begin knitting with sock yarn. Later, you will be removing the provisional cast-on by unraveling the crochet chain and placing each stitch on a double-pointed needle. Sock (Begin at Toe) With waste yarn and provisional cast-on, cast on 10 (12, 12) sts. Do not join. Purl 1 row with sock yarn. Work back and forth in St st for 6 rows ending with a Purl row. This is Needle #1. Remove waste yarn and place these 10 (12, 12) sts on a spare needle. Begin knitting in the round: With right side facing, K10 (12, 12) sts from Needle #1; pick up and K2 sts across first half of side edge; with Needle #2, pick up and K2 sts across remaining side edge and K5 (6, 6) sts from cast-on edg knit; with Needle #3, knit remaining 5 (6, 6) sts from cast on edge, pick up and K2 sts across first half of side edge; with spare needle pick up and K2 sts across remaining side edge for Needle #1 – 28 (32, 32) sts. Complete this round by knitting across remaining sts on Needle #1 and all sts on Needles #2 and #3 – 14 (16, 16) sts on Needle #1 and 7 (8, 8) sts each on Needles #2 and #3. Toe Increases Round 1: Needle #1: K1, M1R, knit to last st, M1L, K1; Needle #2: K1, M1R, knit to end; Needle #3: knit to last st, M1L, K1 – 32 (36, 36) sts: 16 (18, 18) sts on Needle #1; 8 (9, 9) sts each on Needles #2 and #3. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until there are 48 (56, 64) sts in total. Foot Knit even every round until foot is desired length or 6.25 (6.75, 7.25)” from beginning. Divide for Heel Flap Knit across Needle #1. Divide 24 (28, 32) instep sts from Needle #1 onto 2 needles – 12 (14, 16) sts each needle. Combine sole sts from Needles #2 and #3 onto one needle for 24 (28, 32) Heel sts and work Heel Flap: Next Row: Sl 1 purl, purl to end. 25


Next Row: Sl 1 purl, knit to end. Repeat last 2 rows 11 (13, 15) more times – 24 (28, 32) rows completed. Turn Heel Row 1 (Wrong Side): Sl 1 P, P13 (15, 17), P2tog, P1, turn. Row 2: Sl 1 P, K5, ssk, K1, turn. Row 3: Sl 1 P, P6, P2tog over slip st and next st of last long row, P1, turn. Row 4: Sl 1 P, K7, ssk over slip st and next st of last long row, K1, turn. Row 5: Sl 1 P, P8, P2tog as before, P1, turn. Row 6: Sl 1 P, K9, ssk as before, K1; turn. Row 7: Sl 1 P, P10, P2tog, P1; turn. Row 8: Sl 1 P, K11, ssk, K1; turn. 2nd and 3rd Sizes Only-Row 9: Sl 1 P, P12, P2tog, P1; turn. Row 10: Sl 1 P, K13, ssk, K1; turn. 3rd Size OnlyRow 11: Sl 1 P, P14, P2tog, P1; turn. Row 12: Sl 1 P, K15, P2tog, P1; turn All SizesRow 9 (11, 13): Sl 1 P, P12 (14, 16, P2tog; turn. Row 10 (12, 14): Sl 1 P, K12 (14, 16), ssk – 14 (16, 18) sts. Gusset Needle #1 (already holding heel sts): pick up and K12 (14, 16) sts down side of heel flap; Needle #2: K12 (14, 16) sts from one instep needle and 12 (14, 16) sts from second instep needle; Needle #3: pick up and K12 (14, 16) sts up side of heel flap and then knit 7 (8, 9) sts from Needle #1 – 62 (72, 82) sts; there are 19 (22, 25) sts on Needles #1 and #3 and 24 (28, 32) sts on Needle #2. Gusset Decreases Round 1: Needle #1: Knit to last 3 sts, K2tog, K1; Needle #2: Knit; Needle #3: K1, ssk, knit to end. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until 48 (56, 64) sts remain and there are 12 (14, 16) sts on Needles #1 and #3 and 24 (28,32) sts on Needle #1. Leg Round 1: * K1, yo, K1, K2tog; repeat from * around. Round 2: Knit. Repeat Rounds 1 and 2 until leg measures 5.5” or 1.5” less than desired length. Change to K1, P1 ribbing for 1.5”. Bind off in ribbing.

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Traditional Fair Isle Slippers By Bernat A good pair of knit slippers can be hard to find, but these Traditional Fair Isle Slippers are a no brainer. A cute star pattern on the body of the slipper makes these slippers perfect for any member of the family. This versatile pattern provides sizes ranging from a child’s to a men’s slipper, so you can easily outfit anyoneor everyonein your family. Relaxing on a cold night with your feet snug in these slippers will be the perfect payoff for all your hard work.

Notes Sizes To fit sizes: 4 (6/8-S-M-L). Finished foot lengths 7 (8-9-10-11) ins [18 (20.5-23-25.5-28) cm]. Materials  Set of four size 4 mm (U.S. 6) knitting needles  Size 4 mm (U.S. 6) double-pointed knitting needles or size needed to obtain gauge. CHILD’S VERSION Bernat® Super Value (197 g / 7 oz) Sizes: 4 (6/8) Main Color (MC) (53014 Steel Blue Heather) 1 (1) ball Contrast A (53010 Oatmeal) 1 (1) ball Contrast B (53243 Forest Green) 1 (1) ball

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LADY’S VERSION Sizes: S (M-L) Main Color (MC) (53203 Teal Heather) 1 (1-2) ball(s) Contrast A (07421 Black) 1 (1-1) ball Contrast B (53243 Forest Green) 1 (1-1) ball MAN’S VERSION Main Color (MC) (53015 Taupe Heather) 1 (1-2) ball(s) Contrast A (53010 Oatmeal) 1 (1-1) ball Contrast B (53044 True Grey) 1 (1-1) ball Gauge 20 sts and 26 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stocking st. Instructions The instructions are written for smallest size. If changes are necessary for larger sizes the instructions will be written thus ( ). When only one number is given, it applies to all sizes. For ease in working, circle all numbers pertaining to your size. Begin at toe end with B and set of 4 double-pointed needles, cast on 10 sts, leaving a long end. Divide sts evenly on 3 needles (4, 3, 3). Join in rnd placing a marker on first st. 1st rnd: Knit. 2nd rnd: K1. M1. Place marker. K2. M1. K3. M1. Place marker. K2. M1. K2. 14 sts. 3rd rnd: Knit. 4th rnd: (Knit to next marker. M1. K2. M1) twice. Rep last 2 rnds once more. 22 sts. Break B. Change to MC and rep last 2 rnds 4 (5-6-6-7) times more. 38 (42-46-46-50) sts.

Sizes 4, S and M only: Next rnd: (With A, K1. With MC, K1) 4 (5-5) times. With A, K2. With MC, K1. With A, K1. Work 1st row of Chart II (IV-IV) across next 13 (17-17) sts. With A, K1. With MC, K1. With A, K2. (With MC, K1. With A, K1) 4 (5-5) times. With MC, K1. Next rnd: (With MC, K1. With A, K1) 4 (5-5) times. With A, K3. With MC, K1. Work 2nd row of Chart II (IVIV) across next 13 (17-17) sts. With MC, K1. With A, K4. (With MC, K1. With A, K1) 4 (5-5) times. See Charts II and IV.

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Sizes 6/8 and L only: Next rnd: (With MC, K1. With A, K1) (4-5) times. With MC, K1. With A, K2. With MC, K1. With A, K1. Work 1st row of Chart (III-V) across next (15-19) sts. With A, K1. With MC, K1. With A, K2. (With MC, K1. With A, K1) (5-6) times. Next rnd: (With A, K1. With MC, K1) (4-5) times. With A, K4. With MC, K1. Work 2nd row of Chart (III-V) across next (15-19) sts. With MC, K1. With A, K4. (With MC, K1. With A, K1) (4-5) times. With MC, K1. See Charts III and V. All sizes: Last 2 rnds form side and sole pat. Chart is now in position. Keeping cont of pat, cont even until Chart is complete. Place chart Chart II (page 28) Chart III (page 29) Chart IV (page 29) Chart V (page 30)

1st and 2nd rnds: With MC, work in pat across 13 (15-17-17-19) sts where chart was placed and stranding A across WS of work. 3rd rnd: Pat across 14 (16-17-17-19) sts. With 1 strand each of MC and A tog, P9 (11-11-11-11). Pat to end of rnd. 4th rnd: Pat across 14 (16-17-17-19) sts. With 1 strand each of MC and A tog, K9 (11-11-11-11). Pat to end of rnd. Shape opening: 5th rnd: Pat across 14 (16-17-17-19) sts. With 1 strand each of MC and A tog, cast off next 9 (11-11-1111) sts purlwise. Pat to end of rnd. Break yarn. 29 (31-35-35-39) sts rem. Note: Continue in rows for rem of Slipper, working back and forth across set of 4 double-pointed needles, changing to pair of needles when opening is large enough to accommodate. Sizes 4, S and M only: 1st row: (RS). With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (7-7). With B, K1. *With A, K1. With B, K1. Rep from * to last 6 (7-7) sts. With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (7-7). 2nd row: With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (7-7). With A, P1. *With B, P1. With A, P1. Rep from * to last 6 (7-7) sts. With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (7-7). Sizes 6/8 and L only: 1st row: (RS). With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K(6-7). With A, K1. *With B, K1. With A, K1. Rep from * to last (6-7) sts. With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K(6-7). 29


2nd row: With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K(6-7). With B, P1. *With A, P1. With B, P1. Rep from * to last (6-7) sts. With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K(6-7). Rep last 2 rows until work from toe end measures 6¼ (7¼-8-8½-9¼) ins [16 (18.5-20.5-21.5-23.5) cm], ending with a 2nd row. All sizes: Shape heel: 1st row: (RS). With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (6-7-7-7). *With A (B-A-A-B), K2tog. Pat to last 8 (89-9-9) sts. With A (B-A-A-B), Sl1. K1. psso. With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (6-7- 7-7). 2nd row: With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (6-7- 7-7). *With A (B-A-A-B), P2togtbl. Pat to last 8 (8-99-9) sts. With A (B-A-A-B), P2tog. With 1 strand each of A and B tog, K6 (6-7-7-7). Rep last 2 rows 2 (3-3-3-4) times more, then 1st row 1 (0-1-1-1) time. 15 (15-17-17-17) sts rem. Next row: With 1 strand each of A and B tog K6 (6-7- 7-7). K3tog. K6 (6-7-7-7). 13 (13-15-15-15) sts. Cast off. Fold sides of cast off edge tog and sew center back heel seam. Draw yarn end tightly through toe sts and fasten securely.

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Darling Lace Socks By Patons Design Team You won’t be able to resist the Darling Lace Socks pattern. Featuring a delightful little lace pattern up the calf of the sock, youll 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.

Notes 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) double pointed knitting needles or size needed to obtain tension cable needle. Tension 30 sts and 40 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stocking st.

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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. Instructions 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. 34


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 using Kitchener Stitch (See tutorial on page 13-14). Weave in all ends. 35


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