This sock features a delicate lace pattern with a 4-stitch, 6-row repeat that is easy to memorize, but there are no plain pattern rows, so you’ll need to pay close attention to your work. The results are worth it.
We suggest wearing the stockings with garters for an elegant effect.
We recommend a larger needle for the cast-on row because it must be flexible –a too-tight edge is likely to snap or be very uncomfortable to wear. It will be very close, but you should be able to complete a pair of knee socks from one 440 yard hank of Bare.
If you are unsure or require a larger size, order an extra hank OR substitute Bare Superwash (75% Superwash Merino Wool/ 25% Nylon; 462 yds/100g).
(Multiple of 4 sts plus 1)
Round 1: K1, k2tog, yo, k2, end last rep k2tog, yo, k2.
Round 2: K2tog, yo, k2, k2tog, end last rep yo, k3.
Round 3: K1, k2, k2tog, yo, end last rep k4.
Round 4: K1, yo, ssk, k2, end last rep yo, ssk, k2.
Round 5: K1, k1, yo, ssk, k1, end last rep yo, ssk, k2.
Round 6: K1, k2, yo, ssk end last rep k2, yo, ssk.
Rep rounds 1-6 for pattern.
With larger needle, CO 74 (86) sts. Change to smaller needles. Join the round and work 1” (1 ½”) of K1, P1 rib. Distribute sts evenly on both needles.
(BELOW IS WHERE I M STUCK !) MY QUESTIONS IS FROM HERE DO I KNIT IN THE ROUND ? IF SO ...IS THE VINE PATTERN CORRECT COS' IT HAD EDGE ST WRITTEN OR ISSIT KNIT IN FLAT ? THERE IS NO THIRD NEEDLE INVOLVE HERE ...SO I ASSUME IT FLAT ??????
Needle #1: (K1, p1) twice, place marker, work vine lace pattern over 33 (37) sts.
Needle #2: continue working vine lace pattern over next 32 (36) sts, place marker,
(p1, k1) twice, p1.
ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED .... :pout: