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Unplanned Peacock Studio
Hand Dyed Yarns and Fiber
Enjoy this exclusive free kit that makes an adorable little sock
ornament! Visit us at www.unplannedpeacock.com and show us
pictures of your finished projects!
Unplanned Peacock Studio is a hand dyed yarn and fiber studio in Ferrum, Virginia.
Look for our yarns in your local knitting shop as well as on our website. Our yarns are
one-of-a-kind hand dyed works of art, and we hope you enjoy knitting with them!
NoSoKnit Fairy Sock 2010
25 yards of Unplanned Peacock Superwash Merino Fingering Weight yarn per sock
Size 1 double pointed needles
Cast on 28 sts on size 1 dpn's. Join, being careful not to twist. You should have 8 sts on
each top needle and 6 stitches on each side needle.
Round 1: k
5-8: *k1, sl1, repeat from *.
10-13: *sl1, k1, repeat from *.
15-24: repeat rows 5-14.
Divide stitches so that the last 6 stitches and the first 6 stitches are on the same needle.
Knit back and forth in stockinette stitch on this needle, slipping the first stitch of each
row until the flap measures one inch. End after a purl row.
Turning the Heel:
Slip 1, k6, k2tog, k1. Turn. Slip 1, p3, p2tog, p1. Turn. Slip 1, k4, k2tog, k1. Turn.
Slip 1, p5, p2tog, p1. Turn. Slip 1, knit across row.
Using a new needle, pick up and knit 6 stitches along the side of the heel flap.
Top of the foot: k1, sl1, repeat from * across top 2 needles. (top of foot instructions
will be in bold).
Using a new needle, pick up and knit 6 stitches along the other side of the heel flap. Knit
4 stitches of heel onto this needle. Put 4 remaining heel stitches on the next needle so
you are working with 3 needles again. Stitches on the top of the foot will be bold.
Round 1: k7, k2tog,k1, *k1, sl1, repeat from * across top 2 needles, k1, ssk, k7
2. k9, *k1, sl1, repeat from * across top 2 needles, k9
3. k6, k2tog, k1, *k1, sl1, repeat from * across top 2 needles, k1, ssk, k6
4. k7, *k1, sl1, repeat from * across top 2 needles, k7
5. k5, k2tog, k1, p across top 2 needles, k1, ssk, k5
6-9. k7, *sl1, k1, repeat from * across 2 top needles, k7
10. k7, p across 2 top needles, k7
11-14. k7, *k1, sl1, repeat from * across 2 top needles, k7
15. k7, p across 2 top needles, k7
16-19. k7, *sl1, k1, repeat from * across 2 top needles, k7
20. k7, p across 2 top needles, k7
1. k4, k2tog,k1, k1, ssk, k10, k2tog, k1, k1, ssk, k4
3. k3, k2tog, k1, k1, ssk, k8, k2tog, k1, k1, ssk, k3
5. k2, k2tog, k1, k1, ssk, k6, k2tog, k1, ssk, k2
Thread a yarn needle with 4 inches of remaining wool, thread through live stitches, and
pull tight, weaving in the ends
Copyright: Natasha Laity Snyder, Unplanned Peacock Studio
Unplanned Peacock Studio
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