1 Toes Up Tabi Sock Pattern By Judith Helms and Wayne Damron 2011 This Toe-Up Tabi Sock pattern utilizes my Slipper Toe Cap for shaping the big toe, as well as the four toe section of this Tabi sock. Once you understand the process you will be able to design custom socks for any shape foot. In the Beginning- I have found that the most important step in designing a custom sock shape is getting correct measurements. To do that, my brother came up with this great idea. It s simple, works well, and you can use it for all your sock patterns. A. Fold a legal size piece of paper in half lengthwise. Measure down from the top on the center line about 4 inches and make a mark. B. Cut a piece plywood or heavy cardboard about 2 inches larger than the paper, 12 ½ inches by 18 inches. Divide the 12½ inch width at the top and bottom and draw a line connecting the marks. Now, make a mark 6 inches down from the top of the board on that same line. Drill a hole to fit a 3 inch dowel (¼ or 3/16 inch in diameter) at the spot you just marked on the board, insert your dowel with a spot of glue. If using cardboard you can use a sharpened pencil to make your hole. C. With a pencil, punch a hole in your pattern paper at the mark you made in the beginning. Slip it over the dowel. Now, position your foot on the paper with the dowel riding between your big toe and your second toe. This also allows you to re-position your foot if need be at some later time, making it easier to duplicate the correct position of your foot on the paper. Draw around your foot. Then proceed to the measurement phase on page 2
2 Tabi Sock Measurements C With a picture of your foot drawn, you will need the following measurements. A = circumference around big toe E D G A B F B = distance from tip of big toe to inside toe base, you might want to take this measurement while your foot is riding on the dowel. The bottom of edge of the dowel will be where your CTF (connecting toe fan) will actually rest. Be gernerous. C = Width across toes 2-3 for sharply angled toes, like my brothers; or across 2-4, if your foot is more square in front, or your simply want more toe room. Be sure to mark outside edges of toes. See page # 10 for an illustration I D = Depth of 2nd toe from tip to toe base on big toe side. E = Width at ball of foot F = Distance from Red Dot between toes, to back edge of heel. G = Measure depth of toe to floor at the red dot. This will help you determine how many sts will be needed to join the two toe sections H H = Width of heel turn.. I = Instep-length will vary for each foot. My Measurements A = inches (Divide in half for length of Cast on. B= inches C= inches (determines Cast on length) D= inches (determines length of straight side of 4 toe section before joining to Big Toe Section) E= inches total stitches you need for NA, top half of sock.)
3 Measurements Cont- F= inches (Length of total sock when stretched. To have a smooth fit, plan your heel turn about 1 inch before heel edge. I like my Tabi socks to fit smooth, so I plan my heel turn at 7 ½ inches from the join of the Big toe to the 4 toe section., so I start my heel about 5 ½ inches form the BT join. I like my heel to ride in the extended cup of the turn. Bottom line here is to make one and try it on. G= inches ( Don t get stingy. Always opt for comfort. I have found that adding 3 stitches to the connecting st count creates a nice fan (CTF - connecting toe fan) that smoothly conforms to the shape of the area between the toes. I will illustrate this when you get ready to connect the two units.
4 Knitting Key K = knit P = purl Sl = slip YO = yarn over KBL = knit through back loop Wyif = with yarn in front Wyib = with yarn in back Sts = stitches RN = right needle LN = left needle PNT = Pull needle through NA = needle A Using Magic Loop method, NA holds first half of round. NB = needle B, NB holds second half of round SPR = slipped stitch in previous row PSSO = pass slipped stitch over Beg = beginning MK = marker NS = naked stitch ( a stitch that has been robbed of it s wrap) 2 skeins of Palette fingering yarn (Knitpicks) Materials Needles - 47 in # 1 circle needles for Magic Loop (Knitpicks fixed circles) You can also make these with Sports weight yarn, just adjust the stitch counts to fit your measurements. 8 sts per inch 11 rows per inch Gauge Knitting Notes 1. All instructions are given for fingering yarn. If you are using Sports Weight, see note on back page regard the CTF (connecting toe fan). The depth of toes between the big toe and the 2nd toe to the floor, G is crucial in determining the number of sts this fan requires. PLEASE READ THROUGH ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING THIS PROJECT.
5 Tabi Sock Pattern Section A- Big Toe Cap Cast On for big toe- Divide measurement A in half. Apply your gauge to calculate the number of stitches to be cast on. With waste yarn, crochet the number of loops you need for your stitches plus 10. Break off waste yarn. Tie a loose knot in the end to indicate the last loop (this is the end you will undo later to pick up your stitches to begin working in the round). With working yarn, pick up the number of stitches required, beginning 5 loops in from last chain. Begin the Slipper Toe Cap by working 4 sets of short rows- Set up - Pick up cast on sts off chain, Turn. Purl across. Turn. Row #1. Wyib, Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across remaining sts. Turn. Row #2. Wyif, Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 1 st remains on LN. Turn. Row #3. Wyib, Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across till 1 st remains on LN. Turn. Row #4. Wyif, Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 2 sts remains on LN. Turn. Row #5. Wyib, Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across till 2 sts remains on LN. Turn. Row #6. Wyif, Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 2 sts remains on LN. Turn. Row #7. Wyib, Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across till 3 sts remains on LN. Turn. Row #8. Wyif, Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 5 sts remains on LN. Continue as illustrated below. SPR Fig A Next, Sl 1, (Fig A). Fig B -[:Slip SPR onto RN.
6 Place tip of LN in back of loop of SPR. Wrap yarn as to purl (fig C). Purl SPR, using the LN to assist you. Next, psso the stitch to the right of the new st.:] Naked Stitch Slip next loop on LN (naked stitch, see below), by sticking the tip of your RN into the back of the loop, this twists the loop. Proceed as before[: :] 3 more times until there is only one loop left on the LN. Turn. In the picture to the left, I have pointed out the Naked stitch. It is the one that has just been robbed of the horizontal stitch laying at it s base.
7 Row 9. Wyib, Sl 1 knitwise, knit across till 5 stitches remain on LN. (Be sure to keep the beginning slip st and the next 2 stitches after it, very firm). Fig D Fig. D Sl 1 (knitwise), Fig E Fig E. [: Slip SPR unto RN. Place tip of LN in front loop of SPR. Fig F Wrap yarn as to knit (Fig F). Knit SPR, using LN to assist you. Next, PSSO st to right of new st. :] Naked Stitch Continue across the row by slipping the naked st to the left, knitwise. Repeat same process [: :] 3 times more until only one loop remains on your LN. Turn. Row 10 - Sl 1 (pw), Purl across. Purl last st through back loop. Turn. Row 11. Sl 1, (kw), Knit across. PNT. Let all sts rest on circle needle cord.
8 Big Toe- continued With right side facing you, fold bottom edge up so you see the purl side. Undo the chain and gently begin releasing the loops, slipping the tip of the right end of the circle needle into each loop before you pull the crochet chain out. Continue across, one st at a time, and dont forget the last loop in the chain. * Pull up on both ends of the waste yarn to expose the last loop. Check to make sure you have the same number of stitches on both sides of your NA (beginning of round), and NB (second half of round). Example-if you originally cast on 12, you should have 24 sts total. Place marker at beginning of round. Left Foot Next, turn work around so that both needle point to the right. Your working yarn will be on the back needle (NB), and the last loop you picked up from the provisional chain will be on the front needle (NA). The beginning tail will be on your left. Beg. Tail NA NB Now you are set-up to knit in the round. Knit 1 round across NA and NB. Before starting the 2nd round, thread your beginning tail with a yarn needle and poke the needle out the end of your toe cap on the left side as shown above. This yarn end will be your marker for mid point in the round, and placement of your CTF (connecting toe fan. Once this is done, continue, knitting even rounds until you are just shy of your measurement B. B C 3 3 A When you have reached the proper length ( B) you will begin constructing the CTF, as described below over 6 sts, 3 sts on each side of A and B. At left is an illustration of the layout for your toe fan set up. You can see that NA, begins the round, then it is pull through so the A section rests on the cord. Having done that, you will proceed by knitting the next 3 sts as follows: NB K 2, YO, K 1. Now, slide the first 3 sts of the left needle to the start position. YO, K 1, YO, K 2. PNT( pull needle through). You now have 9 loops on you C section. Finish the round with NB. NA
9 C Your toe is now sectioned off in three parts and you are ready to complete the second round of the 2 rounds that create the fan. With NA, knit the first section. PNT. Begin C - K 2, K through back loop of YO. K 1, knit YO as before, K 1, knit YO, K 2. You have 9 completed sts on you fan. PNT. Complete round with NB. B A With NA, knit to beginning of C, measure off about 12 inches to use for your Kitchener Stitch. Break yarn. Place all 9 sts of C onto DPN. I use a size 0. * You can also put them on a piece of yarn, and slip them on the dpn later. Now you are ready to make the four toe section :) Section B- 4 Toe Cap Using measurement C (for your toe shape) apply your gauge to calculate the number of stitches you need to cast on for this section. Crochet the number of loops needed plus 10. With working yarn, pick up appropriate number of stitches. Turn. Purl across. Work 2 sets of short rows as follows: * Remember to snug up the 1st two sts of every row. Row 1. Wyib Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across remaining sts. Turn. Row 2. Wyif Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 1 st remains on LN. Turn. Row 3. Wyib Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across till 1 st remains on LN. Turn Row 4. Wyif Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 2 sts remains on LN. Turn. Row 5. Wyib Sl 1 knitwise, knit across until 2 sts remain on LN. Turn. Row 6. Wyif Sl 1 purlwise, purl across till 4 sts remains on LN. Slip next st (pw), lift SPR onto RN. Purl SPR, PSSO. [: Slip Naked stitch, onto RN. Slip SPR to left onto RN, purl it. PSSO:]. Repeat this process until only 1 loop remains on LN. Turn. Row 7. Wyib Sl 1 knitwise, knit across until 4 sts remain on LN. Slip next st (pw), lift SPR onto RN. Knit SPR, PSSO. [: Slip Naked stitch, onto RN. Slip SPR to left onto RN, knit it. PSSO:]. Repeat this process until only 1 loop remains on LN. Turn. Row 8. Wyif Sl 1 purlwise, purl across. Purl last stitch through back loop. Row 9. Wyib Sl 1 knitwise, Knit across. PNT. Proceed as you did for the big toe cap, and pick up all the loops on your crocheted chain. Work one round even, then take care of the beginning tail as before. Next round- NA - K 1, YO, Knit across. NB knit across until 1 stitch remains on LN. YO, knit last stitch.
10 Rnd 2 - NA -K 1, knit through back loop of YO. Knit across. NB - Knit across until one stitch remains on LN. Knit through back loop of YO. Knit one. Repeat these 2 rounds, increasing only on the little toe side until you have knitted the *depth needed for the 2nd toe, ( D) ending with rnd #2. * In the illustration below, I have drawn 2 different shapes of toes. Each foot is divided into 3 parts, toe cap, increase section, and straight section (knit even). The number of increases required for your sock will depend on the layout of your toes. The rule of thumb - you only have to increase to the outside edge of your little toe. From that point on you can begin working even, or if need be, you can slow down the rate of your increases to every 3rd or 4th round, depending on the shape of your foot. **Just remember, you can continue increases after you have join the two sections together. Your ultimate goal is to reach the number of stitches needed for measurement E, (in my case it was 36 sts on needles A and B, 72 total sts). But... When in doubt TRY IT ON! Increases Increases
11 Creating the CTF for the 4 Toe Section Once you have reached the desired length on the big toe side of your 4 toe section( where the beginning tail is hanging out), begin the next round as follows: With NA, knit across until 3 sts are left on LN tip. PNT. Establish connecting toe fan over next 6 sts - K 2, YO, K 1. Now, slide the first 3 sts of the left needle to the start position. YO, K 1, YO, K 2. PNT( pull needle through). You now have 9 loops on you C section. Finish the round with NB. C Your toe is now sectioned off in three parts and you are ready to complete the second round of fan (CTF). With NA, knit the first section. PNT. Begin C - K 2, K through back loop of YO. K 1, knit YO as before, K 1, knit YO, K 2. You have 9 completed sts on you fan. PNT. Complete round with NB. B A With NA, knit to beginning of C, drop working yarn ***-DO NOT BREAK- we will be using the working yarn to complete the round after attaching the big toe. Place all 9 sts of C onto DPN. I use a size 0. Next, you are going to set up your two units to be joined by the Kitchener stitch. At left is my set up for attaching the big toe to the four toe section via the Kitchener stitch. The yarn from the BT, will always be used for the Kitchener stitch. For this photo I have put my other stitches on a piece of waste yarn, however, I usually just leave them on the cord of my circle needle. If you choose to use the waste yarn, pick up the NB side first, then tie a loop in the yarn before you pick up the NA side. This way you don t have to count the stitches when you are returning them to the needles.
12 After securing the end of your Kitchener stitch yarn, pick up the remainder of the stitches off the waste yarn of the first half of the big toe( unless you have them on the needle already). See photo at left. I NA With the working yarn and NA, pick up three stitches in the gap, left by the join. Knit across first half of BT. PNT With NB, K stitches from big toe; pick up 3 stitches in the gap, knit across second half of 4 toe unit. PNT. From this point on you will normally be able to work even in the round until you are ready to begin your heel. If you need to add more width to accommodate a wider foot, then increase as before on the little toe edge until you have your desired stitch count. If you need to add more stitches to expand the instep section for a high instep, then increase one stitch in from the beginning and ending of about every fourth round of the top instep section-not the sole section.. The round count can vary between increases, depending on how many stitches you need to increase instep section, and how fast the increase must be make to accommodate the foot shape. TRY IT ON!!! TRY IT ON!!! TRY IT ON!!!
13 Finishing Up Once your toe sections are complete, work until you have reach F minus an inch. If you are using my Neat and Sweet Short row heel you need to think about starting you heel now. But first STOP, and be sure you are setting up your heel on the bottom of the sock in relation to the toes for the left foot. Once you heel is complete, work 1 inch of ankle stitches then knit the leg section as long as you like. The actual sock design is totally up to you. Use you favorite heel, rib, or instep design. I like to rib the top and leg portions of my socks as I feel they fit better. I also always use an Invisible bind off. Right Foot Toe Section. You will work the right foot toe caps as for the left, accept for one change. After you have picked up the stitches off of the crocheted chain., you will knit across the first needle to the beginning tail, PNT. TURN. Set up your needle tips to knit across. STOP. Thread you beginning tail with a yarn needle and poke it out through the bottom so it lie on the extreme left. This will mark the mid point in the round from now on. You have just moved the Beginning of the round. The needle you are now going to knit with becomes you NA. See next page for full illustration.
14 Magic Loop Set- Up for Left and Right Toes NB Mid-point of round T Left Foot set-up for all toes. Immediately after you have finished your cap and picked up the stitches off the crocheted chain, you will start knitting in the round. \At left is an illustration of Magic Loop set up for knitting in the round, using NA (needle A) for the first half of the round, and NB(needle B) for the second half of the round. X = beginning of round T = beginning tail, marking mid point in round. NA Mid-point of round Right Foot set-up- all Toes NB T Knit across first half of round to beginning tail. PNT. Thread tail into yarn needle, and poke it through the opposite end where you see the solid line. The original tail end has now become the beginning of your round. NA T NA This little switch, keeps the ends of your toe caps shaped to conform to your feet. Mid-point of round NB
15 PS Just a note on page 11. You will notice that my fan has only 7 sts. That is because I was using Sport weight yarn. To get the same size fan, I worked it over 4 base sts instead of 6. If you are going to use Sports weight your set up row for the CTF will be constructed as follows: K 1, YO, K 1, YO, K 1, YO, K 1. PNT. The second round, you will handle the same as for the 9 sts fan. I have included all the tutorials that I thought helpful for this project. If for any reason you didn t get them in your download, you can go to and click on Knitting Tips and Tutorials, or you can contact me, and I will upload them to your . If you have any questions, you know where to find me. Knit-tweaker
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by andrea taddicken / kni ybi iessews.com " a n n k e l l e " B a by b o o t i e s -------------------------------------------------------------------- finished sizes:: 0-3 months sole = 4.00 3-6 months
How to make Brushable Mohair crochet caps hairstyles for dolls. These instructions are for guidance only and are how to use the Wild Brushable Mohair yarns to create lots of hair styles for your doll making,
My Best Friend Loom Knit Doll By: Sarah E. Inserra This 20 Doll is very similar to the one I had as a child, her name was Angelica and she came everywhere with me, she was my best friend, she even looked
How to make a wire rosary Our Lady s Rosary Makers www.olrm.org Supplies Needed To make one wire rosary you need: Rosary Pliers 8 ft. of wire (we suggest wire no larger than 18 gauge and no smaller than
BEER CAN HATS These can hats are from a pattern from the 1960's. The pictures are not as clear as I would like, but the pattern has faded over the years. Soda cans work very well for these hats also. CURVED
Find more crochet and knitting patterns, yarn inspiration and creative ideas at www.redheart.com. 2 Jolly Holidays ebook from Red Heart Yarn 15 Knit and Crochet Gifts and Holiday Projects Copyright 2011
MAKING A FINE WIRE NECKLACE WITH THE WONDERKNITTER YOU NEED: 1 X WONDER KNITTER 1 SPOOL OF.4MM OR.5MM SOFT WIRE (26/28GA) SMALL BEADS THAT FIT ONTO THE WIRE LOBSTER CLASPS WITH SLEEVES TO MATCH WIRE WIRE
How to Make and Apply Bias Binding by Alisa at Making More with Less (Busy Quilt Mom) for Sew Mama Sew Bias Binding is an easy way to finish off edges and add interesting detail and colour to your sewing
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