SC in next 7 sts [sc2tog]2x, ch 1, turn Row ? Use a different pattern of stitches throughout the remainder of the sock, such as: You are very talented and work is beautiful Like Like. This includes an example of a sock that measures 9. Thank you very much!
I cannot say thank you enough for sharing your talent and hard work on making this pattern. I have seen the knit socks so many times on my Facebook page, and family members begging me to make them a pair. Them not realizing it is knit and I crochet. You just made this momma one very happy momma.
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This was like a birthday present for me. I was so happy. So many of my friends and co-workers have asked me to make these socks. I found a pattern on ESTY is was a bit confusing.
When I saw your tutorial its was like a light in the darkness. You made everything so clear. Thank you so much. I cant wait to make these. I will definitely post a picture of my finished work. I love your passion and your talented. These socks are beautiful. I would like to make mine as leg warmers. To go over my leggings in the winter. At the moment im doing your granny squares.
Im learning a lot of different things. I hope to mix and match with plain squares. As I am only at beginner level. Keep up the amazing work. I love you videos. Thanks for the share of your beautiful socks. Iam making ur sock pattern u said what to do to Mae bigger,my calf is 13 so x6 equal 78 but I need the foot size the same has urs so how would I do that? I would recommend starting your decreases on the few rounds before the heel. Decrease as much as you need to even if the sock turns out a little longer then continue with working the heel stitches.
I hope that makes sense! If I have 46 or 47 sc it will throw the count off. In moving ahead will this adjustment be okay and just simply change the count of stitches I will have for the remainder of the pattern? I hope this helps you in making these adorable socks! Thank you, everything is lining up nicely. I want to make these socks with only the the cable stitch that is on the foot part of the sock. Would you be able to tell me how to go about doing that?
It would be greatly appreciated. I watched your video on Utube for the croched socks with the flowers on the side. I have always wanted to try socks. Your instructions are super clear and so easy to understand. You show exactly where the stitch is. You make it so easy. I am so happy to have found you. Do you have a DVD of this pattern?
I need to be able to pause when needed. I hope you have one. My email is sumrallgirl gmail. Thanking you in advance for your reply. You can pause and rewind the video on my website or on YouTube. Last year I found this cute mermaid blanket and went online, got the pattern, watched the video. Will you make it and of course I go online for the pattern and noticed it was Nadia Fuad again! Will you make them! Thank you for these awesome patterns!
You have such a cute personality and are very easy to follow. How well do they stay up? I hate socks that fall down. They are quite stretchy, so they hug the leg nicely. That way it would be like a drawstring for the leg cuff. Can I ask I am in the uk and have no idea what wool to use is it 4 ply or double knit, can anyone advise please, Thank you. The yarn I used for these socks is a Size 3-Light yarn, which is very similar to DK yarn or lighter even.
Anything Aran or Worsted Weight would still work, but it will be bulkier. I hope this helps in deciding what yarn to use. The first time I saw the picture, I had to make them! The foot shaping was surprisingly easy too. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. I will be checking out more of your work!
Btw, I used the same colours as you, as I think they are perfect! Your tutorial is the best, so easy to follow. I just finished the first sock and I am feeling quite accomplished! On to the second!! Just finished the second pair. I have been crocheting for almost 50 years and I could not have done these without your tutorial.
Thank you so much for all your help and patterns. I am starting GG coat now. Sc around the top of the opening until the desired length of the calf. Record the measurements of the calf, such as 10 rows in length and 28 sc around the sock. The cuff is made to stretch.
Sc in the back loop of the next sc. Sc in the front loop of the next sc. Continue to alternate back loop sc and front loop sc. Align each back loop sc on top of another back loop sc and each front loop sc on top of another front loop sc until the desired length of the cuff. Record the measurements of the cuff, such as 5 rows in length and 28 sc around the sock. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered.
Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. Tips Increase the length of the calf to make a knee sock. Do not make a knot in your yarn , because a knot will cause foot pain. Make the toe, heel and cuff a different color from the remainder of the sock.
Make striped socks from scraps of yarn. If the calf is wider than the foot, add 2 or 3 extra stitches in the first row of the calf. Increase the length of the cuff to fold it down. Make the toe, heel and cuff with sc. Use a different pattern of stitches throughout the remainder of the sock, such as: Sc in next stitch, then dc in next stitch and repeat.
Sc in next stitch, then hdc in next stitch and repeat. Hdc in next stitch, then dc in next stitch and repeat. Sc in next stitch, skip one stitch, 3 dc in next stitch shell made , skip one stitch and repeat.
Work in continuous rows around the sock to form a cylinder. In other words, do not join the last stitch of each row to the beginning stitch; just continue around over the top of the first stitch. Chain 9, 3 sc in the first st, sc in the next 6 stitches, 3 sc in the last st. Continue around the back side of these previous stitches, sc in the next 6 stitches. An oval shape will have formed. Continue to increase 2 sc at each end of the oval until you have increased to the desired width of the foot.
Record the measurements of the toe, such as 4 rows in length and 28 sc around the oval. Be sure that the number of rows on the front of the sock is equivalent to those on the back of the sock.
Record the measurements of the foot, such as 30 rows in length and 28 sc around the sock. The heel is made on the back half of the sock. Divide the number of sc around the sock by 2, such as 28 divided by 2 equals Working only on these 14 sc, decrease one sc at the beginning and one sc at the end of "every other" row until the desired length of the heel.
There should be about 10 sc remaining in the final decrease row. Then begin to increase one sc at the beginning and one sc at the end of "every other" row until 14 sc remain in the final increase row. Decrease rows should be equivalent to increase rows. The heel will resemble an hourglass, wide at the top and bottom and narrow in the center. Record the measurements of the heel, such as 14 sc decreasing to 10 sc. Stitch the sides of the heel. With right sides together, fold the heel in half at the narrowest part of the hourglass.
Stitch the sides together using a yarn needle and the same color yarn. Make a very solid stitch where each strand of yarn is directly next to the other. Turn the heel right side out. The base of the sock is now complete with an opening for the foot.
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