Sunday, 24 February 2013

Brynnleigh's Super Simple Socks



I recently got a whole bunch of balls of sock yarn for babies (thanks Grandma) and my 2 year old cousin Brynnleigh decided she really wanted this blue pair and a pink pair, so that's been my weekend so far. I wasn't really finding a pattern for toe-up toddler socks that I liked so I basically just winged it and here we go. Keep in mind this is my first knitting pattern so please don't hesitate to tell me if there's anything wrong. Here we go! 

Brynnleigh’s Super Simple Socks
© Courtney Wiche 2013

Materials
US 3 (3.25mm) 24” circular needles
Yarn: My First Regia by REGIA (25g ball, col. Marco, approx 105 m)

Gauge: 7 stitches, 10 rows = 1”

Finished size: 4.10” long x 3.5” tall (approx 1-2 years)

This pattern is created toe-up using Judy’s magic cast-on



R1: Using Judy’s magic cast-on, cast on 9 stitches on each needle (18)

R2,4,6,8,10: knit
R3: [k1, m1, k7, m1, k1] twice (22 sts)
R5: [k1,m1,k9,m1,k1] twice (26 sts)
R7: [k1,m1,k11,m1,k1] twice (30 sts)
R9: [k1,m1,k13,m1,k1] twice (34 sts)
R11: [k1,m1,k15,m1,k1] twice (38 sts)
R12-36: knit (38 sts)

Work short rows splitting heel in 5-9-5 sts
                Basic How-To Tutorial -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zu5YAKsAEpY

R37-45: knit (38 sts)
R46: knit, decreasing 3 sts (35 sts)
R47-50: [k3,p1,k2,p1] around
                You can continue rib for as many rows as you’d like to increase height of socks
BO loosely (very loosely; I did it too tight the first time and then I had to take it apart and redo it which is a pain in the ass)

Viola! I hope you enjoy it. :)

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