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© Kaae

Supplies
Arwetta Filcolana (80% merino wool, 20% nylon) 50g in yellow
Arwetta Filcolana (80% merino wool, 20% nylon) 50g in black
Set of 5 US1½ (2.50 mm) DPNs
Tapestry needle

Finished Measurements
Approximately 7” (17.78 cm) around, 9” (22.86 cm) long from the back of the heel to the tip of the toe, and 12" (30.48 cm) high from the top of the leg to the bottom of the heel.

Charts
Chart 1

Chart 1

Chart 2
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Chart 2

Chart 3

Chart 3

Instructions
CO 62 sts in black.

Leg Ribbing
Join together being careful not to twist sts and knit 1 round.

*K1, p1* around, then change to yellow.

*K1, p 1* for 20 rounds.

Leg Ribbon
K 2 rounds in black.

Work Chart 1 for sock 1, making sure to keep the yarn on the purl side.

Work Chart 2 for sock 2, making sure to keep the yarn on the purl side.

Sock 1
Work Rows 1-3 of Chart 3 five times, leaving the rest of the chart unworked and making sure to keep the yarn on the purl side.

Sock 2
Work Chart 3 twice, making sure to keep the yarn on the purl side.

When you reach the arrow on Chart 3 the second time through, skip to the heel flap instructions.

Heel Flap
The heel flap is knit in yellow over needles 4 & 1, which are moved to one needle.

Knit back and forward over this one needle only.

Row 1: (RS) sl 1 st knit-wise with yarn in back, *k 1, sl 1 st purl-wise with yarn in back. Repeat from * to last st, k1.

Row 2: (WS) sl 1 st purl-wise with yarn in front, purl to end.

Repeat Rows 1 & 2 13 times, for a total of 26 rows.

Heel Turn
Work in short-rows to shape the heel as follows, remembering to k1 yellow, k1 black throughout.

(RS) Sl 1 st knit-wise with yarn in back, k15, ssk, k1, turn.

(WS) P5, p2tog, p1, turn

*Sl 1 st purl-wise with yarn in back, knit to 1 st before gap formed on previous row, ssk (1 st from each side of the gap), k 1 turn.

Sl 1 st purl-wise With yarn in front, p to 1 st before gap formed on previous row, p2tog ( 1 st from each side of gap), p 1, turn.**

Repeat from * to ** until all sts are knit.

Gussets
Needle 1: (RS) Knit the half of the heel sts, then pick up 17 sts along the selvedge edge of the heel flap.

Needles 2 & 3: Knit.

Needle 4: Pick up 17 sts along the selvedge edge of the heel flap, then knit the remaining heel sts with the same needle.

K1 rnd, remembering to k1 yellow, k1 black on needles 1 & 4 and making sure to end with a black.

Sharp Gusset
*Needle 1: Knit to last 4 sts keeping the yellow & black pattern, k2tog in black.

Needles 2 & 3: Knit.

Needle 4: K2, ssk in black, knit remaining sts, keeping the yellow & black pattern.**

Repeat from * to ** 17 times.

Foot
Knit in yellow & black stripe pattern over needles 1 & 4 and using Chart 2 for needles 2 & 3 until the foot reaches your pinky toe.

Remember to only use Rows 1-6 of Chart 2 for sock 1, and the entirety of Chart 2 for sock 2.

Toe
Knit the entire toe in yellow.

Knit 1 round, while evenly dec 4 sts.

Knit 5 rounds.

Knit 1 round, while evenly dec 4 sts.

Knit 4 rounds.

Knit 1 round, while evenly dec 4 sts.

Knit 3 rounds.

Knit 1 round, while evenly dec 4 sts.

Knit 2 rounds.

Knit 1 round, while evenly dec 4 sts.

*Knit 1 round.

Knit 1 round, while evenly dec 4 sts.**

Repeat from * to ** 3 times.

Knit 1 round.

Break yarn and take the tail through every st and sew it up tightly.

Finishing
Weave in loose ends.

Block lightly.

Final Product

Hufflepuff Socks


Credit
Kaae's tutorial was taken with permission from knittingbykaae.blogspot.com.

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