sherbert toe socks new errata

27 Jun

Since I have been out of action I thought it was a great opportunity to get knitting those second socks that have been sitting in my wip basket for months!!! We all know the second sock syndrome well so I decided to try and beat it once and for all!!!

The first sock I have been finishing is our Serbert Toe Socks from Loumms Year of Socks which is embarrasingly neary a year old!!

Anyway I came across a few errors in the pattern. nothing major, but thought I would update !

****27-06-10 New Sherbert Toe Socks Errata*****

Note: This has not yet been corrected in the downloadable version

 Heel Turn

Row1: sl1, p23, p2tog, turn

Row 2: sl1, k11, ssk, turn

Row 3: sl1, p to 1 stitch before the gap, p2tog, p1, turn

Row 4: sl1, k to 1 stitch before the gap, ssk, k1, turn

Repeat rows 3 and 4 until 22 stitches remain

 Heel Gusset

Round 1: needle 3: pick up and knit 14 sts along the right selvedge edge, k11 sts from needle 1

 Round we go chart c

On row 5, there is a cbt symbol missing over stitches 20 – 24.

Foot

……… and following chart B over needle 2. Once chart is completed, continue in st st, until 2 inches before the desired length of foot……..

 Toe option 1

Work these 2 rounds until there are 18 sts on needle 2, and 24 sts between needles 1 and 3.

 Herafter work decrease round only until 10 sts remain on needle 2, and 5 sts each on needles 1 and 3

 Graft these sts together

It feels pretty good to be getting these finished and it means I am also getting to enjoy the fabulous sunny weather we are having at the moment too!!! I forgot how much I loved this yarn,  the colours are just glowing in the sun!!

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