Today you’re gonna finish your socks, but first – let’s recap. You calculated your stitch count for perfectly fitted socks (part 1). You made your cuff and leg (part 2) and learned how to make a heel (part 3). At
I was so happy when I found this pattern today. I have three favorite knitting techniques – cables, lace with nupps and lace with double yarn overs. And this pattern uses two of those – nupps and double yarn overs.
Now, after making the heel of your sock, you deserve a break. No – not that break where you don’t knit anything. You’re going to knit according to your pattern until you have 2 inches or 4,5 cm less then
This post is little tribute to Ukraine with co-operation of my Grandmother. Best knitter on earth. For me at least 🙂 It’s December of 1951. Soviet Union. Christmas is prohibited. Continuous deportation of Estonian people from
You have your swatch, you have your steps on how to calculate stitches for your perfect sock and you should have your desired length of cuff. Let’s move on with heel flap, turning the
First of all – I would like to tell you that I made corrections in “Lacy picnic shawl” pattern. I had some errors and I’m truly sorry. Thank you, Connie for notifying me. I’m apologizing for all the inconveniences.
Last time we knitted swatches and calculated our stitches. Remember your number? Well, we’re gonna need it. Take your number from last time and divide it by stitch count of pattern repeat (look below). For example: My number was 50
It’s September. And we’re gonna knit socks in September. Wait – no running in the hallway 🙂 Sorry, I just thought I saw you escaping… This is going to be a series post. Little awkward series I must say… I’m