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Chevron Lace Socks Knitting PatternDesigned by Judy Sumner
24 sts=4" Materials:
Size 6 US (4.25 mm) double points, set of 5
Wool-Ease by Lion Brand or other light worsted yarn-1 ball
100 grams/197 yards Instructions
Chevron Lace Stitch Pattern
Rnd 1 and odd rnds: K
Rnds 2, 4, 6: K1, yo, slip a stitch, knit a stitch and pass slip stitch over (SKP), k2tog, yo, k1, yo, SKP, k2tog, yo
Rnd 8: K1, yo, SKP, k5, k2tog, yo
Rnd 10: K2, yo, SKP, k3, k2tog, yo, k1
Rnd 12: K3, yo, SKP, k1, k2tog, yo, k2
Rnd 14: K4, yo, slip 1, k2tog, PSSO (pass slip stitch over), yo, k3 CO 40 sts, 10 sts per needle. Join. Work 1½"of K1, P1 ribbing. Begin Pattern Stitch. Work Rnds 1-14 twice, then Rnds 1-6. Heel Flap
Place 20 sts from needles 1 and 4 on one needle. Next row (WS): Sl 1, p across. Turn.
Newt row (RS): Sl 1, k across.
Repeat these two rows for 16 rows total. Turn Heel
Sl 1, k12, sl 1, k1, pass sl st over (skp). Turn.
Sl 1, p6, p2tog, turn.
Sl 1, k6, skp, turn. Rep these last 2 rows until all sts are worked (8 sts on needle). Gussets
Pick up 9 sts on left side. M1 in the loop between the first and second needle to prevent a hole.
Knit across next 2 needles.
M1 in the loop between the third and fourth needle.
Pick up 9 sts on right side and k 4 sts from heel needle onto this needle.
Place remaining 4 heel sts on left needle (1).
K 1 rnd.
K to within 3 sts of end of 1st needle, SKP, k1.
Knit sts on next two needles.
K1, k2 tog, k rem sts on 4th needle. Repeat these two rnds three more times. You should now have 40 sts on needles. Foot
Con in St st as est until 1½" from desired length. Toe
K to within 3 sts of end of first needle, skp, k1.
K1, k2tog, k remaining sts on needle 2.
Knit to within 3 sts of end of 3rd needle, skp, k1.
K1, k2tog, k remaining sts on needle 4.
K 2 rnds.
(Rep decrease rnd, K 1 rnd), 3 times.
Work decrease rnd every rnd until 4 sts remain on each needle.
Place sts from needles 1, 4 on one needle.
Place sts from needles 2, 3 on one needle and graft toe. © Judy Sumner. You may share this with friends but it may not be sold by anyone but the designer. I give my permission for this to be placed on the knitlist holiday gift list of patterns. See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.