Saturday, June 30, 2018

Side Road

Pattern number two for the Self-Striping Summer Series! I love this one with its basic knit and purl repeats. I see another pair in my future soon! 



Side Road
Self-Striping Sock Summer
All Knit Up Designs

Ravelry: sierrak2010
Instagram: allknitup

Blog: allknitup23.blogspot.com


437 yards / 400 meters fingering weight yarn (Lilliput Yarn, Simple Sock Used in Sample)
Needle: US 1.5 / 2.5mm (Needle Ambiguous, you can use your preferred sock knitting method i.e. DPNs, magic loop, 9 inch circulars, two circulars.)
Pattern uses Modified Eye of Partridge Heel Flap and Wedge Toe
Gauge: 34 stitches by 32 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette
Size: Women’s Medium size foot: US 8.5 / EU 39

Notions needed:
Two different stitches markers (One each for A and B)
Darning Needle for Kitchener and weaving in ends 

K: knit
P: Purl
P2Tog: Purl two together
K2Tog: Knit two together
PW: Purlwise
KW: Knitwise
SSK: Slip, slip, knit
SM: Slip marker
WYIF: With yarn in front
WYIB: With yarn in back

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Cast on 64 Stitches and join in the round, being careful not to twist. (Place a marker at the beginning of the round)

Purl 1, Knit 1 for 16 rounds

Stansfield 12:

Round 1 & 2: P1, * K1, P3; repeat from *  
Round 3 & 4: P1, * K1, P1, K1, P1; repeat from *
Round 5 & 6: P1, * P2, K1, P1; repeat from *
Round 7 & 8: P1, * K1, P1, K1, P1; repeat from *

Repeat these eight rows for your preferred leg length.

Starting heel flap. (You will be working flat on half of your stitches)

Turn work with wrong side facing, you will be working back across the last 32 stitches.

Row 1: Knit 3, Purl 29
Row 2: Purl 3, * Knit 1, slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3
Row 3: Knit 3, purl across
Row 4: Purl 3, * Slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back, Knit 1 * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3

Repeat these 4 rows eight times total (You will have 16 Garter bumps along the edge)

Starting the heel turn

Row 1: Slip 1 pw wyif, P16, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 2: Slip 1 kw wyib, K3, SSK, k1, turn
Row 3: Slip 1 pw wyif, P4, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 4: Slip 1 kw wyib, K5, SSK, k1, turn 
Row 5: Slip 1 pw wyif, P6, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 6: Slip 1 kw wyib, K7, SSK, K1, turn
Row 7: Slip 1 pw wyif, P8, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 8: Slip 1 kw wyib, K9, SSK, K1, turn
Row 9: Slip 1 pw wyif, P10, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 10: Slip 1 kw wyib, K11, SSK, K1, turn
Row 11: Slip 1 pw wyif, P12, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 12: Slip 1 kw wyib, K13, SSK, K1, turn
Row 13: Slip 1 pw wyif, P14, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 14: Slip 1 kw wyib, K 15, SSK, K1

(You should have closed all ‘gaps’ and have 16 stitches from the heel flap and turn)

Now you will pick up and knit 16 stitches along the heel flap (one stitch for every garter bump)

Once you’ve picked up the first side of the gusset, pick up one extra stitch in between the gusset and top of the foot (This helps close up any small hole between gusset and foot)

               Tip: I knit this stitch through the back loop.

Place marker A after picking up and knitting the stitch between gusset and foot

Work pattern across top of foot, place marker B.

Now pick up and knit one extra stitch between the top of the foot and the next side of the gusset, pick up and knit 16 garter bumps from heel flap. (You now have 84 stitches on your needles, 32 from marker A to B, 52 from marker B to A.)

Knit one round plain (no increasing/decreasing, follow pattern at top of the foot)

After knitting this round, stop three stitches before marker A.

Round 1: K2TOG, K 1, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm, K1, SSK, knit to end of round.

Round 2: Knit to marker, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm marker, K1, knit to three stitches before marker A.

Repeat these two rounds until you have 32 stitches left between marker B and A

Continue working in pattern across top of foot and knitting along the bottom until foot length measures 1.5 inches less than desired length.

Start toe decreases three stitches before marker A (When knitting in the round becomes uncomfortable, switch to Double Point Needles)

Round 1: K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, knit to three stitches before next marker, K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK knit to the end of the round.

Round 2: Knit entire round

Repeat these two rounds until sock measures length of foot. (Stitch count will be determined by the length of your toe box.)

Complete the sock with a kitchener stitch.

Here’s a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7i5JwEReW0&t=5s


When finished with the kitchener stitch, weave in all ends and wear with pride! Blocking makes your socks look amazing but is not necessary.


Thursday, May 31, 2018

Underpass

Summer temps are here in California and that means Self-Striping Sock Series is here! This is the first installment of the pattern series for the summer, there will be four patterns released once a month from May through August. 

As always please let me know if you don't understand a portion of the pattern and need help! Leave a comment here on the post or send me a message through Ravelry. Happy start of Summer!   -Sierra 


Underpass
Self-Striping Socks Series
All Knit Up Designs

Ravelry: sierrak2010
Instagram: allknitup
Blog: allknitup23.blogspot.com


437 yards / 400 meters fingering weight yarn (KnitPicks Felici used in sample)
Needle: US 1.5 / 2.5mm (Needle Ambiguous, you can use your preferred sock knitting method i.e. DPNs, magic loop, 9 inch circulars, two circulars.)
Pattern uses Modified Eye of Partridge Heel Flap and Wedge Toe
Gauge: 32 stitches by 32 rows = 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette
Size: Women’s Medium size foot: US 8.5 / EU 39

Notions needed:
Two different stitches markers (One each for A and B)
Darning Needle for Kitchener and weaving in ends 

K: knit
P: Purl
P2Tog: Purl two together
K2Tog: Knit two together
PW: Purlwise
KW: Knitwise
SL: Slip
SSK: Slip, slip, knit
SM: Slip marker
WYIF: With yarn in front
WYIB: With yarn in back

Slip: Unless otherwise specified slip one stitch as if to purl with the yarn in back.

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Cast on 68 Stitches and join in the round, being careful not to twist. (Place a marker at the beginning of the round, if preferred.)

Knit 2, Purl 2 for 21 rounds

Faceted Rib:

Round 1 and 2: Knit.
Round 3: K1, * slip 1, K1; * repeat from *
Round 4: P1, * slip 1, P1; * repeat from *

Repeat these four rows for your preferred leg length.

Starting heel flap. (You will be working flat on half of your stitches)

If you want to use a contrast heel please start using contrast yarn.

Turn work with wrong side facing, you will be working back across the last 34 stitches.

Row 1: Knit 3, Purl 31
Row 2: Purl 3, * Knit 1, slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3
Row 3: Knit 3, purl across
Row 4: Purl 3, * Slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back, Knit 1 * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3

Repeat these 4 rows eight times total (You will have 16 Garter bumps along the edge)

Starting the heel turn

Row 1: Slip 1 pw wyif, P17, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 2: Slip 1 kw wyib, K3, SSK, k1, turn
Row 3: Slip 1 pw wyif, P4, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 4: Slip 1 kw wyib, K5, SSK, k1, turn 
Row 5: Slip 1 pw wyif, P6, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 6: Slip 1 kw wyib, K7, SSK, K1, turn
Row 7: Slip 1 pw wyif, P8, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 8: Slip 1 kw wyib, K9, SSK, K1, turn
Row 9: Slip 1 pw wyif, P10, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 10: Slip 1 kw wyib, K11, SSK, K1, turn
Row 11: Slip 1 pw wyif, P12, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 12: Slip 1 kw wyib, K13, SSK, K1, turn
Row 13: Slip 1 pw wyif, P14, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 14: Slip 1 kw wyib, K15, SSK, K1, turn
Row 15: Slip 1 pw wyif, P16, P2TOG, turn
Row 16: Slip 1 kw wyib, K17, SSK,

(You should have closed all ‘gaps’ and have 19 stitches from the heel flap and turn)

Cut contrast yarn (if used) and pick up and knit with main color.

Now you will pick up and knit 16 stitches along the heel flap (one stitch for every garter bump)

Once you’ve picked up the first side of the gusset, pick up one extra stitch in between the gusset and top of the foot (This helps close up any small hole between gusset and foot)

           Tip: I knit this last picked up stitch through the back loop

Place marker A after picking up and knitting the stitch between gusset and foot

Work pattern across top of foot, place marker B.

Now pick up and knit one extra stitch between the top of the foot and the next side of the gusset, pick up and knit 16 garter bumps from heel flap. (You now have 87 stitches on your needles, 34 from marker A to B, 53 from marker B to A.)

Knit one round plain (no increasing/decreasing, follow pattern at top of the foot)

After knitting this round, stop three stitches before marker A.

Round 1: K2TOG, K 1, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm, K1, SSK, knit to last three stitch before marker A.

Round 2: Knit to marker, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm marker, K1, knit to three stitches before marker A.

Repeat these two rounds until you have 34 stitches left between marker B and A

Continue working in pattern across top of foot and knitting along the bottom until foot length measures 1.5 inches less than desired length.

Start toe decreases three stitches before marker A (When knitting in the round becomes uncomfortable, switch to Double Point Needles)

Round 1: K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, knit to three stitches before next marker, K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK knit to the end of the round.

Round 2: Knit entire round

Repeat these two rounds until sock measures length of foot. (Stitch count will be determined by the length of your toe box.)

Complete the sock with a kitchener stitch.

Here’s a link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7i5JwEReW0&t=5s

When finished with the kitchener stitch, weave in all ends and wear with pride! Blocking makes your socks look amazing but is not necessary.

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Hemenway Socks

This was an interesting one to test knit for because it took place while I was in China! Thank you so much to my amazing test knitters who had patience and awesome knit skills. Please enjoy my newest pattern and leave me a message if you have any questions! 


Hemenway Socks
All Knit Up Designs

Ravelry: sierrak2010
Instagram: allknitup
Blog: allknitup23.blogspot.com


Supplies:

400 yards/400 meters or 100 grams of fingering weight yarn (Spun Right Round Superwash Sock 80/20 used in sample)
Needle: US 1.5/ 2.5 mm
Two different stitch markers
Darning Needle
Pattern uses Modified Eye of Partridge Heel Flap and Wedge Toe

Gauge:

Gauge: 36 sts by 48 rows = 4” or 10 cm

Abbreviations:

K: knit
P: Purl
P2Tog: Purl two together
K2Tog: Knit two together
PW: Purlwise
KW: Knitwise
SSK: Slip, slip, knit
SM: Slip marker
WYIF: With yarn in front
WYIB: With yarn in back
WS: Wrong Side
RS: Right Side
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Starting Cuff:

Cast on 64 Stitches, join in the round while being careful not to twist. (Place a marker at the beginning of the round)

Knit 1, Purl 1 for 15 rounds

Leg:

Seed-Stitch Rib (Multiple of 4 Stitches)
Row 1: [Knit 1], * Purl 1, Knit 1, Purl 1, Knit 1, * repeat across round
Row 2: [Knit 1], * Purl 3, Knit 1, * repeat across round

Repeat these two rounds for your preferred leg length. (I repeated the pattern rows thirty-one times)

Heel Flap:

(You will be working flat on half of your stitches, right side and wrong side will now pertain)

Turn work with wrong side facing, you will be working back across the last 32 stitches

Row 1(WS): Knit 3, Purl 29
Row 2 (RS): Purl 3 * Knit 1, slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3
Row 3: Knit 3, purl across
Row 4: Purl 3, * Slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back, Knit 1 * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3

Repeat these 4 rows eight times total (You will have 16 Garter bumps along the edge)

Heel Turn:

Row 1 (WS): Slip 1 ps wyif, P16, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 2 (RS): Slip 1 ks wyib, K3, SSK, K1, turn
Row 3: Slip 1 pw wyif, P4, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 4: Slip 1 kw wyib, K5, SSK, K1, turn 
Row 5: Slip 1 pw wyif, P6, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 6: Slip 1 kw wyib, K7, SSK, K1, turn
Row 7: Slip 1 pw wyif, P8, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 8: Slip 1 kw wyib, K9, SSK, K1, turn
Row 9: Slip 1 pw wyif, P10, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 10: Slip 1 kw wyib, K11, SSK, K1, turn
Row 11: Slip 1 pw wyif, P12, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 12: Slip 1 kw wyib, K13, SSK, K1, turn
Row 13: Slip 1 pw wyif, P14, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 14: Slip 1 kw wyib, K 15, SSK, K1

(You should have closed all ‘gaps’ and have 18 stitches from the heel flap and turn)

Now you will pick up and knit 16 stitches along the heel flap (one stitch for every garter bump)

Once you’ve picked up the first side of the gusset, pick up one extra stitch in between the gusset and top of the foot (This helps close up any small hole between gusset and foot)

Place marker A after picking up and knitting the stitch between gusset and foot

Work pattern across top of foot, place marker B.

Now pick up and knit one stitch between the top of the foot and the next side of the gusset, pick up and knit 16 garter bumps from heel flap. (You now have 84 stitches on your needles, 32 from marker A to B, and 52 from marker B to A)

Gusset:

Knit one round plain (no increasing/decreasing, follow pattern at top of the foot)

After knitting this round, stop three stitches before marker A

Round 1: K2TOG, K 1, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm, K 1, SSK, knit to the end of the round.

Round 2: Knit to marker A, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm B knit to last three stitches before marker A.

Repeat these two rounds until you have 32 stitches left between marker B and A
(You now have 64 stitches total; stitch count will stay the same until you start the toe)

Foot:

Continue working in pattern across top of foot and knitting along the bottom until foot length measures 1.5 inches less than desired length.

Toe:

Start toe decreases three stitches before marker A (When knitting in the round becomes uncomfortable, switch to Double Point Needles)

Round 1: K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, knit to three stitches before next marker, K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, knit to the end of the round.

Round 2: Knit entire round

Repeat these two rounds until sock measures length of foot.

Complete the sock with a kitchener stitch. (Here are links to two different tutorials)






Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Daybreak in Teals

I finished a shawl!
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I know right! Crazy! It's been so long since I finished anything other than a pair of socks or a sweater.

Of course if I finished a shawl its a Westknits. I just finished up my Daybreak and I wore it the day after I finished/blocked it!


Honestly in the beginning I was having trouble keeping track of the rows, it's only a four row repeat but it just wouldn't stick in my head. I wasn't working on the shawl religiously and I think that was my major problem with not being able to memorize the pattern.

Once I actually started working on the pattern I didn't have any problems.

I have so many gradients in stash but I've hardly knit with them! It's almost as addictive as working on self-striping socks trying to get to the next color of the gradient.


I didn't follow the pattern for the edging, there was a bit more stockinette than I usually like at the bottom of my shawl. I find that a rolling stockinette edge makes the piece seem sloppy to me, I found the idea of a garter edging much more pleasing.


So yay! A new shawl to wear, even though spring has definitely hit California and I won't have much time left to wear it.

Happy Knitting!

Sierra


Monday, February 19, 2018

#pussyposse

The title of this post was on my favorite sign I saw at Sacramento Women's March 2018, I laughed like a lunatic when I read it. Last year I had no idea what was going on, other than the fact that we voted an idiot in for president. I only worked at a yarn shop and wondered why the f*ck we were selling so much pink yarn.



I didn't realize until after the march what a lasting effect and legacy that march would lead to. It's disheartening but also breathtaking the amount of women who have replied #metoo and to realize you aren't alone. In November when more women came into work looking for pink yarn I found out about the second march on the anniversary and this time I knew I needed to participate.



I signed up family up and proceeded to knit our pink hats, while also knitting pink pussy hats for the shop to show our support for the women's march.



The march was eye opening, so many people all together behind the same cause; phenomenal. The entire experience was peaceful but invigorating while also being polite. I was shocked there were no counter protesters but honestly, how can you be against a march that is to better the life of women?


I'm excited to see more movements and monumental events come out of the women's march. Here's to better days ladies!

As for my project, these are the socks that I cast-on to march with. This is White Birch Fiber Arts in Nasty Women colorway, I thought it was appropriate knitting.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Roundabout

Happy Valentines Day! I really enjoy the look of sales but find using a cable needle tedious so an awesome alternative is a faux cable. Roundabout is a simple and easy to memorize (like most of my patterns) pattern that uses a faux cable technique that does not require a cable needle.

This pattern is knitted on only the front of the sock but would be very easy to repeat across the entire leg. This pattern looks great in a solid, tonal, varigated, or speckled yarn! Happy Knitting!



Roundabout
All Knit Up Designs

Ravelry: sierrak2010
Instagram: allknitup
400 yards fingering weight yarn (Angora Online used in sample) 
Needle: Hiya Hiya 9 inch circular US 1.5 / 2.5 mm
Gauge: 28 stitches and 32 rows = 4"
Pattern uses Modified Eye of Partridge Heel Flap and Wedge Toe
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Abbreviations:
K: knit 
P: Purl 
P2Tog: Purl two together
K2Tog: Knit two together
PSSO: Pass Slip Stitch Over
SL: Slip
SSK: Slip, slip, knit 
SM: Slip marker 
WYIF: With yarn in front
WYIB: With yarn in back
YO: Yarn Over 
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Cast on 60 Stitches. (Place a marker at the beginning of and the middle of the round)

Ribbing: *Purl 1, Knit 3, Purl 1* for 18 rounds

For your sock to look like the sample knit the stitch pattern across only the first 30 stitches of the sock. 

Yarn over Cable 
Round 1: * P1, SL1-K2-PSSO, P1; repeat from * (Please see abbreviations for PSSO explanation)  
Round 2: * P1, K1, YO, K1, P1; repeat from *
Round 3 & 4: *P1, K3, P1; repeat from*

Repeat these four rows for your preferred leg length. (I repeated the pattern rows twelve times) 

Starting heel flap. (You will be working flat on half of your stitches) 

Turn work with wrong side facing, you will be working back across the last 30 stitches

 Tip: I switch to using a DPN for the heel flap and turn when using a 9 inch circ

Row 1: Knit 3, Purl 27
Row 2: Purl 3 * Knit 1, slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3
Row 3: Knit 3, purl across
Row 4: Purl 3, * Slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back, Knit 1 * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3 

Repeat these 4 rows eight times total (You will have 16 Garter bumps along the edge) 

Starting the heel turn
Row 1: Slip 1 purlwise wyif, P15, P2Tog, P1, turn
Row 2: Slip 1 knitwise wyib, k3, SSK, k1, turn
Row 3: Slip 1 pw wyif, P4, P2Tog, P1, turn
Row 4: Slip 1 kw wyib, K5, SSK, k1, turn  
Row 5: Slip 1 pw wyif, P6, P2Tog, P1, turn 
Row 6: Slip 1 kw wyib, K7, SSK , K1, turn
Row 7: Slip 1 pw wyif, P8, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 8: Slip 1 kw wyib, K9, SSK, K1, turn
Row 9: Slip 1 pw wyif, P10, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 10: Slip 1 kw wyib, K11, SSK, K1, turn
Row 11: Slip 1 pw wyif, P12, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 12: Slip 1 kw wyib, K13, SSK, K1, turn
Row 13: Slip 1 pw wyif, P14, P2TOG, turn
Row 14: Slip 1 kw wyib, K 14, SSK 

(You should have closed all ‘gaps’ and have 16 stitches from the heel flap and turn) 

Now you will pick up and knit 16 stitches along the heel flap (one stitch for every garter bump) 

Once you’ve picked up the first side of the gusset, pick up one extra stitch in between the gusset and top of the foot (This helps close up any small hole between gusset and foot) 

   Tip: Stitches picked up between gusset & foot should be knit through the back loop. 

Place marker A after picking up and knitting the stitch between gusset and foot 

Work pattern across top of foot, place marker B. 

Now pick up and knit one extra stitch between the top of the foot and the next side of the gusset, pick up and knit 16 garter bumps from heel flap. (You now have 80 stitches on your needles, 30 from marker A to B, 50 from marker B to A) 

Knit one round plain (no increasing/decreasing, follow pattern at top of the foot) 

After knitting this round, stop three stitches before marker A 

Round 1: K2TOG, K 1, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm, K 1, SSK, Knit to marker A 

Round 2: SM A, work in pattern to next marker, sm B, knit to three stitches before marker A

Repeat these two rounds until you have 30 stitches left between marker B and A 

Continue working in pattern across top of foot and knitting along the bottom until foot length measures 1.5 inches less than desired length.

Start toe decreases three stitches before marker A (When knitting in the round becomes uncomfortable, switch to Double Point Needles) 

Round 1: K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, knit to three stitches before next marker, K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, Knit to marker A

Round 2: Knit entire round 

Repeat these two rounds until sock measures length of foot. (Stitch count will be determined by the length of your toe box.)

Complete the sock with a kitchener stitch. (Here is a tutorial link) 

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Gravel Road

Yay! The first pattern of 2018! Gravel Road is an easy to memorize two row repeat that is addictive and fun to knit. This pattern looks great with speckles, self-striping, varigated, and tonal yarn. Can't wait to see what you knit!  


Gravel Road
All Knit Up Designs

Ravelry: sierrak2010
Instagram: allknitup

400 yards fingering weight yarn (Havirland Yarn Solomon Sock used in sample) 
Needle: Hiya Hiya 9 inch circular US 1.5 / 2.5 mm
Gauge: 32 stitches by 32 rows = 4"
Pattern uses Modified Eye of Partridge Heel Flap and Wedge Toe

K: knit 
P: Purl 
P2Tog: Purl two together
K2Tog: Knit two together
SSK: Slip, slip, knit 
SM: Slip marker 
WYIF: With yarn in front
WYIB: With yarn in back 
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Cast on 60 Stitches. (Place a marker at the beginning of the round)

Knit 1, Purl 1 for 18 rounds

Beaded Rib
Round 1: * P1, K1, P1, K1, P1; repeat from *  
Round 2: * P1, K3, P1; repeat from * 
Repeat these two rows for your preferred leg length. (I repeated the pattern rows twenty six times) 

Starting heel flap. (You will be working flat on half of your stitches) 

Turn work with wrong side facing, you will be working back across the last 30 stitches

 Tip: I switch to using a DPN for the heel flap and turn when using a 9 inch circ

Row 1: Knit 3, Purl 27
Row 2: Purl 3 * Knit 1, slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3
Row 3: Knit 3, purl across
Row 4: Purl 3, * Slip 1 knitwise with yarn in back, Knit 1 * repeat to last 3 stitches, knit 3 

Repeat these 4 rows eight times total (You will have 16 Garter bumps along the edge) 


Starting the heel turn
Row 1: Slip 1 purlwise wyif, P15, P2Tog, P1, turn
Row 2: Slip 1 knitwise wyib, k3, SSK, k1, turn
Row 3: Slip 1 pw wyif, P4, P2Tog, P1, turn
Row 4: Slip 1 kw wyib, K5, SSK, k1, turn  
Row 5: Slip 1 pw wyif, P6, P2Tog, P1, turn 
Row 6: Slip 1 kw wyib, K7, SSK , K1, turn
Row 7: Slip 1 pw wyif, P8, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 8: Slip 1 kw wyib, K9, SSK, K1, turn
Row 9: Slip 1 pw wyif, P10, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 10: Slip 1 kw wyib, K11, SSK, K1, turn
Row 11: Slip 1 pw wyif, P12, P2TOG, P1, turn
Row 12: Slip 1 kw wyib, K13, SSK, K1, turn
Row 13: Slip 1 pw wyif, P14, P2TOG, turn
Row 14: Slip 1 kw wyib, K 14, SSK 

(You should have closed all ‘gaps’ and have 16 stitches from the heel flap and turn) 

Now you will pick up and knit 16 stitches along the heel flap (one stitch for every garter bump) 

Once you’ve picked up the first side of the gusset, pick up one extra stitch in between the gusset and top of the foot (This helps close up any small hole between gusset and foot) 

   Tip: Stitches picked up between gusset & foot should be knit through the back loop. 

Place marker A after picking up and knitting the stitch between gusset and foot 

Work pattern across top of foot, place marker B. 

Now pick up and knit one extra stitch between the top of the foot and the next side of the gusset, pick up and knit 16 garter bumps from heel flap. (You now have 80 stitches on your needles, 30 from marker A to B, 50 from marker B to A) 

Knit one round plain (no increasing/decreasing, follow pattern at top of the foot) 

After knitting this round, stop three stitches before marker A 

Round 1: K2TOG, K 1, sm, work in pattern to next marker, sm, K 1, SSK, Knit to marker A 

Round 2: SM A, work in pattern to next marker, sm B, knit to three stitches before marker A

Repeat these two rounds until you have 30 stitches left between marker B and A 

Continue working in pattern across top of foot and knitting along the bottom until foot length measures 1.5 inches less than desired length.

Start toe decreases three stitches before marker A (When knitting in the round becomes uncomfortable, switch to Double Point Needles) 

Round 1: K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, knit to three stitches before next marker, K2TOG, K1, sm, K1, SSK, Knit to marker A

Round 2: Knit entire round 

Repeat these two rounds until sock measures length of foot. (Stitch count will be determined by the length of your toe box.)

Complete the sock with a kitchener stitch. (Here are links to two different tutorials)