Little Aran Sweaters for my Feet
I love these socks. Click on the pic...it will be bigger and my love for these socks will make more sense. The leg is seed stitch (or moss stitch, I didn't think there was a difference but Jodie says on one you k1p1 and on the other you k2p2. Regardless, knit the purls and purl the knits on the next row, continue til you're done). There is a cable that goes down the side of the leg, and then I sort of jerryrigged the heel so the cable continues down the side of the foot. Basically, I knit the sock on two needles: twenty stitches of seed stitch and eight stitches of cable per needle. When it came time to do the heel, just a regular flap heel, I moved eight cable stitches over to the other needle and did the heel based on twenty stitches. After I picked up stitches, I decreased the 'top' of the sock in the seed stitch area til I had twelve seed stitches and two eight sttich cables (28 stitches) and then did decreases on the other needle with the heel til I got down to 28 stitches on that needle too.
And now it shoudl be abundantly clear that I can never write patterns.
I have another plain sock pattern in my head and on graph paper, so I'm excited about starting a new project!