By Kristin Spurkland
Now a person can knit for not just family and friends, but additionally for an outstanding reason. This quick-to-make assortment contains principles from uncomplicated presents to high-volume charity initiatives. greater than 15 designs contain a patchwork blanket, ruffle-edged hats, scarves, socks, or even a puppy mattress. good points eleven nationwide charities that might encourage knitters to proportion their pastime with others. professional recommendation on put on, care, and sizing are helpful to the charitable knitter.
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Weave in any loose ends. Block both socks, following the instructions on page l34. BERRY SE ASON STITCH PATTERN key D Knit GJ Purl ~ Slip as if to purl BERRY SEASON 37 - A little colorwork can go a long way. This fun-to-knit color pattern livens up a fairly simple sock, and the contrasting heel and toe throw in even more entertainment - value. A nicely twisted yarn is great for working in color; its e xcellent stitch definition enhances the work you've put in. 75 oz (50 g}/185 yds (169 m). 75 cm) 40" (100 cm) circular, or size needed to obtain correct gauge NOTIONS Stitch markers, tape measure, darning needle SIZES II Women's Small = Pattern Stitches RIBB I NG K2, P2.
Note Work the heel flaps for both socks in rows at the same time on ID 30 sts m 32 sts 34 sts Row 1 * Slip 1 stitch with ya rn in back, K 1; repeat from * to end of row. Row 2 Slip the first stitch; purl to the end of row. ) Next Rows Repeat Rows 1 and 2 U 14 more times m 15 more times 16 more times ~nd having just worked Row 2. 75 em) Note Turn the heel on each sock separately, beginning with sock B. Row 1 • Knit across first • Ssk,K1,turn. Row 2 Slip 1, P5, P2tog, P1, turn. ID 1 7 sts CJ 18 sts 18 sts U W's5 m W'sM W'sL Row 3 Slip 1, knit to one stitch before gap, ssk to close gap, K 1, turn.
Round 2 • Knit all stitches. Knit Rounds land 2 11'1 5 more times Next Rounds Knit Round l 11'1 5 more times 13 6 more times CI S more times 7 more times 5 more times ~ach sock now has a total of l6 stitches: 8 instep and 8 sole stitches, . f=ollow the Kitchener Stitch instructions on pages 28-29 to graft the toes closed. 48 2·AT·A·TIME SOCKS - . ·.. ...... . c. J. ..... ~~~~ ..... .... ............ . Weave in any loose ends. Block both socks, following the instructions on page 134. ......