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My husband really loves hand knit socks which is a good thing because I love knitting them!
Unfortunately, he says that most of them a little bit fancy because I usually can’t resist throwing in cabling, so I created this sock pattern just with him in mind.

These socks are knit up fairly fast because of their simplistic design and they would be a fantastic weekend project. The light worsted weight yarn means that they are quite sturdy and should hold up to continuous wear and washing. Maritime Wool Socks would make perfect work and .hiking socks or just kicking-around-the-house-cozy socks for yourself of someone special.

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  • Step 1

    Leg
    CO 48 sts and divide evenly among 3 needles (16 sts per needle). Join for working
    In the round, being careful not to twist.
    Work K3, P1 rib for 7”

  • Step 2

    Heel Flap
    Move first 7 sts from needle 2 to needle 1. Move first 4 sts from needle 3 to needle 2.
    Stitches should be as follows:
    Needle 1: 23 sts (heel flap)
    Needle 2: 13 sts
    Needle 3: 12 sts
    Needles 2 and 3 are reserved for the gusset and instep
    Work heel flap back and forth over 23 sts on Needle 1, as follows:
    Row 1 (RS): Sl 1, p3, [k3, p1] to last 3 sts on needle, p2, k1.
    Row 2 (WS): Sl 1, p6, [k1, p3] to last 4 sts on needle, p4.
    Repeat previous 2 rows 10 more times and then work row 1 once more.

  • Step 3

    Turn Heel
    Row 1 (WS): Sl 1, p12, p2tog, p1. Turn work.
    Row 2 (RS): Sl 1, k4, ssk, k1. Turn work
    Row 3 (WS): Sl 1, p5, p2tog, p1. Turn work.
    Row 4 (RS): Sl 1, k6, ssk, k1. Turn work
    Row 5 (WS): Sl 1, p7, p2tog, p1. Turn work.
    Row 6 (RS): Sl 1, k8, ssk, k1. Turn work
    Row 7 (WS): Sl 1, p9, p2tog, p1. Turn work.
    Row 8 (RS): Sl 1, k10, ssk, k1. Turn work
    Row 9 (WS): Sl 1, p11, p2tog, p1. Turn work.
    Row 10 (RS): Sl 1, k11, ssk.
    You should have 13 heel sts remaining.
    Don’t turn work.

  • Step 4

    Gusset
    With needle 1(leave heel sts on it) pick up and knit 13 sts along the gusset edge.

    Work all of sts on needle 2 and 3 in established ribbing pattern onto a single needle.
    With needle 3, pick up and knit 13 sts along gusset edge and knit 6 sts from needle
    one onto needle 3.
    The stitches will be designated as follows:
    Needle 1: 20 heel and gusset sts
    Needle 2: 25 instep sts
    Needle 3: 19 heel and gusset sts
    Mid-heel is now the beginning of the round.
    Round 1: K all sts on Needle 1, work sts on Needle 2 in established rib pattern;
    k all sts on Needle 3.
    Round 2: K to last 2 sts on Needle 1, k2tog, work sts on Needle 2 in established rib
    pattern, ssk, k to end of Needle 3.
    Repeat these last two rounds 6 more times. Stitches should be as follows:
    Needle 1: 13 sts
    Needle 2: 25 sts
    Needle 3: 12 sts

  • Step 5

    Foot
    Continue in pattern, working sts on Needles 1 and 3 in Stockinette st and sts on
    Needle 2 in established rib pattern, until foot measures 2 inches less than desired
    length to end of toe.

  • Step 6

    Toe
    Knit one round even
    Decrease Round: K to last 3 sts on Needle 1, k2tog, k1; k1, ssk, k to last 3 sts on
    Needle 2, k2tog, k1; k1, ssk, k to end of Needle 3. 4 sts have been decreased.
    K 1 round.
    Repeat these two rows 4 more times. You should have 8 sts on Needle 1, 15 sts on
    Needle 2, and 7 sts on Needle 3.
    Repeat the decrease round only, 3 more times. You should have 5 sts on Needle 1, 9
    sts
    on Needle 2, and 4 sts on Needle 3.
    Knit all sts on Needle 1 and then cut yarn leaving a 8” tail. Graft toe using kitchener
    stitch and sew in ends.
    Repeat directions for the second sock.

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