Taking the time today to update my ravelry stash. I posted some yarn in the will sell section. Paypal and US shipping only, please, and prices include shipping. I have mostly sock yarn listed, some lace, and a thing of fiber as well. Take a look!
if that doesn’t work for you, here are individual links!
Thanks! It’s my own pattern. I have shoddy notes on my ravelry page about it, but here you go anyway:
Magic CO 16
Increase toe until there are 72 stitches (36 on each needle)
Start 3x1 (3 knit, 1 purl) until heel (about 1 1/2 from your heel if you try it on.)
Short row heel: 12 stitches unworked for heel before increasing (the short rows) again.
Start cabling (3kx1px3k) on the sides of sock every 10 rounds. For more instructions on how exactly I cabled, just send me another ask.
Continue knitting until there are 10 cables. Knit 5 more rounds.
Start calf increases—>increase on each side of the middle rib section on the back of the sock.
Do this until there are 112 stitches on needles (or 17 knit columns on back of the sock.) Knit for another 1.5-2 inches (or 19 rounds according to my needles).
Start cuff. K1 p1 front needle (front of sock) and knit 1 purl 1 for 32 sts into back of the sock. k2tog, purl 1, 8 times, then k3tog for a total of 102 sts. Knit 1 purl 1 for last 25 sts on sock. Continue working cuff in k1p1 to desired length (mine is 4.5”.)
I finished with a sewn bind off.
Day 30: What’s your name on Ravelry? If you don’t have a Ravelry account, why?
Myconid (it used to be LadybirdKnits). Stop by and say hello, or be my friend.
And that concludes my 30 days of knitting. Thanks to many for participating, and I had fun (and am still having fun) reading all your posts!
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I started knitting Kai-Mei (ravelry link) again several days ago, and I can’t remember why I put it down. I’m currently working on the gusset of the second sock and it’s flying by. However, last night, I realized, while trying on the first sock, that I didn’t line up the decreases for the toe correctly, so now the toe decrease is pretty much in the middle of the sock. Looks like I’ll have to do sock surgery to correct this error.