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Copyright September 2006, Ann McManus
 
Materials: Worsted weight yarn.



5" size 5 dpn set of 4

Gauge: not critical





Cast on 36 stitches loosely and divide over 3 needles. Join, being careful
not to twist.



Cuff: Rib (k1, p1 around) for 24 rounds.



Heel flap: on the first 18 stitches  RS: slip 1, knit 1 across, turn WS:
slip 1, purl across, turn. Repeat these 2 rows until you have worked 24 rows
total.



Turn heel  RS: k across 11 stitches, skp, k1, turn. Next row (WS): slip the
first stitch, p 2, p 2 together, p1, turn. ***Next row: slip 1, knit to the
stitch before the little gap formed by the "p 2 together," k 2 together, k1,
turn. Next row: slip 1, purl to the stitch before the gap, p 2 together, p1,
turn*** Repeat *** to *** until all of the stitches have been worked. You
should have 12 stitches on the needle.



The Gusset: Knit across the shaped heel. With the same needle, pick up 13
stitches along the side of the heel flap, one stitch in each slipped stitch,
12 for the flap, one for the heel turn (needle 1--25 stitches).



New needle: pick up a stitch between the last one on needle 1 and the first
one on the needle facing you, knit across, pick up one stitch after the last
stitch you knit and before the stitches of the heel flap (needle 2-20
stitches).



New needle: pick up 13 stitches along the other side of the heel flap, k
across the first 6 stitches on needle 1 (needle 3-19 stitches).



The stitches on your needles should look like: 19-20-19



First round: Knit across needle 1, k2 together, k16, k 2 together on needle
2, k across needle 3.



Next round (decrease): K across needle 1 to 3 stitches from the end, k 2
together, k 1. K across needle 2. K 1, k 2 together through back loops, k to
end  on needle 3.



Next round (work even): k around.



Repeat these two rounds until 9 stitches remain on needles 1 and 3 (36
stitches total--the same as you started with!)



Continue knitting in even rounds (no increase or decrease) until sock is
nearly as long as you want it.



Decrease for toe: K across needle 1 to 3 stitches from the end, k 2
together, k 1. K 1, k2 together through back loops, K across needle 2 to 3
stitches from the end, k 2 together, k 1. K 1, k2 together through back
loops, K across needle 3 to the end.



Repeat this round until 8 stitches remain. Cut yarn about 6" long. Thread
yarn needle and draw through the remaining 8 stitches. Repeat; fasten off.





Ann

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