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Socks knitting from the toe

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Socks sit perfectly. Match fast. 

Yarn Trinity Falls. Knitting needles number 2.5. 
Consumption for 38 and 41 sizes for half a hundred hank. 
The description of these socks is in the free access, but in English. I was honored to translate. 

This, in my opinion, a very successful model was developed by the Dutch craftswoman Yarnissima 

Materials 
100 g of nosy yarn (estimated density 400-420 m / 100 g) 
Hosiery needles No. 2.5 
Additional needle for tying harness 
Marker 

Sample face trim 
28 loops with 43 rows = 10 on 10 cm 

Size 
medium - 37/38 
large - 39/40 
extra large - 41
The first digit in all designations refers to the size medium, the numbers in brackets, respectively to the sizes large and extra large. 

Dimensions of the finished product 
Foot length 24 (25.5; 27) cm. 

Legend 

Harness on four loops. 
Two facial transfer to an additional knitting needle at work, knit the next two loops with the front ones, then knit with the front two loops with additional knitting needles. 

The increase with an inclination to the left. 

The increase is tilted to the right. 

Job Description 
Socks knit from the toe. 
Using Judy Becker’s method we collect 28 loops on two spokes, 14 on each spoke. 
Next, knit in accordance with the scheme Chart 1 - Toe, making the addition of loops 16 (18; 18) rows. 

1st row on the first needle
* 1 front, increase with an inclination to the right, 12 facial, increase with an inclination to the left, 1 front *; 
knitting turn clockwise 180 degrees and repeat from * to * 

2 row knitting again rotate and go to four needles. 
first spoke - 8 facial; 
the second 
knitting needle - 8 facial, the third and fourth knitting needles are also 8 facial each. 
We continue knitting, not forgetting to make an increase in each second row according to the scheme, until the total number of loops will be 60 (64; 64). 

Foot We 
continue knitting with four knitting needles with facial loops, including a decorative harness in the sides of the sock, according to the Chart 2 - Side Cable 

1 row pattern . 
The first needle: 2 facial, 1 out., 1 crossed facial, 11 (12; 12) facial,
the second knitting needle: 11 (12; 12) facial, knit Chart 2 on the last 4 loops of the second knitting needle and 4 first loops of the third knitting needle, 
22 (24; 24) facial, knit Chart 2 on the last 4 loops of the fourth spoke and 4 first loops first needles. 

2, 3, 4, 5, 6 rows - how loops lie. 

Next, repeat the first row. 

Knit in a circle until the length of the foot reaches 12 (13; 14) cm. 
Finish with the first row of Chart 2 - Side Cable 

wedge lifting 
Knitting in a circle. 
Wedge lift for the left and right side of the foot fit in different schemes. 
Knit from the second row of the scheme. 
To increase the wedge from decorative harness 15 (16; 17) times in every second row. 
Knit 30 (32; 34) of the series. 

Left-hand side

Right side 

After finishing knitting a wedge, the needles should have 90 (96; 98) loops. 
Of them, the wedge loops should be 23 (24; 25) loops. The 
loops of the lower part of the foot - 22 (24; 24) loops. The 
loops of the upper part of the foot - 22 (24; 24) loops. 

Heel 
Knit with pivot shortened rows of partial knitting on 22 (24; 24) foot loops. 

Installation row (front): 
15 (16; 17) purl (lift wedge loops); 2 facial crossed; 1 purl; 1 face crossed. 21 (23; 23) front, 1 un-knitted loop with a crochet, knitting is turned. 

We continue the work by turning rows. 
1 row (purl)
We remove the un-tied loop together with the double crochet as a purl; 20 (22, 22) purl, 1 un-knotted loop with crochet, turn knitting. 

2nd row (front) 
We unplug an untied loop together with a double crochet as the front one, 19 (21; 21) facial loops, 1 untight nakida loop, turn the knitting. 

3rd row (purl) 
We unplug an untied loop with the back cover as purl; 18 (20; 20) purlins; 1 unbound knit loop, turn knit. 

4 row (front) 
Unsinglehed loop is removed together with a double crochet as a front loop; 17 (19; 19) personal; 1 unbound knit loop, turn knit. 

5 row (purl)
Unsingle loop is removed together with a double coat as purl, 16 (18; 18) purl; 1 unbound knit loop, turn knit. 

6 row (front) 
Unsinglehed loop is removed along with a double crochet as a front loop; 15 (17; 17) personal; 1 unbound knit loop, turn knit. 

7th row (purl) 
We unplug an untied loop together with the crochet as purl; 14 (16; 16) purlins; 1 unbound knit loop, turn knit. 

8 row (facial) 
We remove the un-tied loop with the back cover as the front loop; 13 (15; 15) personal; 1 unbound knit loop, turn knit. 

9 row (purl)
We remove the un-tied loop together with the double crochet as a purl; 12 (14; 14) purl; 1 unlocked nakida loop, Stop. 

Now, along the edges of the work, there are 5 loops with nakida (obkrutami) and the central part of 12 (14; 14) loops. 

Wall heels 
Continuing to knit on the front side of the work. 
Knit smoothing series for partial knitting. 
1 knitting needle 
17 (19; 19) faces; 1 crossed facial; 1 purl; 2 crossed facial; 

2 needle 
15 (16; 17) purl; 2 crossed facial; 1 purl; 1 crossed facial; 12 facial 

3 spokes 
12 facial; 1 crossed facial; 1 purl, 2 crossed facial; 15 (16; 17) purl 

4 spoke
2 crossed faces; 1 purl; 1 crossed facial; 5 facial. 

The heel wall is knitted in turning rows on 22 (24; 24) loops with the gradual inclusion of the wedge loops in the work of the back loops. 

1 row (front) 
17 (19; 19) front, 1 crossed front, 1 purl, 1 crossed facial, two together face up with a slope to the left (last heel loop and first reverse wedge loop) knit. 

2 row (purl) 
remove the first loop behind the back wall, 1 crossed back, 1 front, 1 crossed back, 22 (24, 24) back, 1 crossed back, 1 front, 1 crossed back, two place back (the last heel loop and first loop wedge knit turn. 

3 row (front)
remove the first loop behind the back wall, 1 crossed front, 1 back, 1 crossed front, 22 (24, 24) front, 1 crossed front, 1 back, 1 crossed front, two together the front with the left tilt (the last loop of the heel and the first back wedge loop) knitting turn. 

Continue to knit 2 and 3 row until the total number of loops on the needles becomes 60 (64; 64) loops. 
End purl near. 
Knit turn to the front side. 

Further knitting continues in a circle. 
Installation row 
Hanging a marker to mark the beginning of knitting.
Before us are 4 crossed facial loops, we knit a harness on them from the first row of the Chart 2 - Side Cable scheme, then 1 purl, 1 crossed facial, 22 (24; 24) facial, 1 crossed front, 1 torpedo. 

Before us again 4 crossed facial ones, we knit a harness on them from the first row of the chart Chart 2 - Side Cable, then 1 w., 1 crossed facial, 22 (24; 24) facial, 1 crossed facial, 1 w. 

The top of the sock knits in a circle to the desired length. 
The harnesses are tied according to the Chart 2 - Side Cable scheme (1-6 rows), between the harnesses on 22 (24; 24) loops of the front and 22 (24; 24) loops of the rear part, 2 crossed facial, 1 wrong side. 

Eraser 
The last ten rows of the sock are knitted according to the scheme Chart 3 - Cuff 

Then the upper part of the sock is closed in any elastic way.





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