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April 17, 2011

Kaos Kaki Bayi – Knitted Tiny Tots Baby Socks

Filed under: Knit — Tags: , , , , , , — Stnobeni @ 7:41 am

Dulu, waktu lagi demen-demennya
ngerajut (knitting).. pernah sampe bela-belain
beli benang rajut impor dari UK, yang harga segulungnya
Rp 45.000,- (tiga-empat kali lipatnya harga benang lokal)
Nekat juga waktu itu. Secara kan belom kerja tuh. Kantong & dompet
juga masi tipis, hehe. Tapi bener-bener ngga bisa nahan buat
ngga ngebeli tu benang.

Akhirnya ngecim satu benang,
punya Sirdar, yang bahannya lutuuuuu..
.. bangetz! ^^ ada totol-totolnya warna-warni
kaya permen gitu. Bahannya lembut. Biasanya
dipake buat bikin pakaian bayi.

Benang : Sirdar Snuggly Tiny Tots DK (Yellow)
Harga IDR : Rp 45.000,-/ gulung
Campuran : 90% Acrylic 10% Polyster
Berat : 50 g
Panjang : 137m/150y
Ukuran Jarum : 4mm
Tensi : 22 stitches, 28 rows to 4 inches / 10 cm on 4mm needles
Yarn no.: F050

Bikin kaos kaki bayiii. ^^

Polanya make free pattern dari internet.

(masih dalam Bahasa Inggris, coz pola dalam Bahasa Indonesia ga ada, hehe)

Sama bikin Baby Bonnet-nya juga sekalian.

Jadi Baby Set deh!

Abbr.
* CO – Cast On
* BO – Bind Off
* K – Knit
* P – Purl
* sts – Stitches
* sl – slip stitch as if to purl
* slk – slip stitch as if to knit
* K2tog – knit 2 sts together
* P2tog – purl 2 sts together
* SSK – slip 1 stitch, slip 1 stitch, knit those 2 slipped stitches together

* CO 32 sts
* Arrange the stitches on the dpns as follows: 10 sts on needle 1, 10 sts on needle 2, 12 sts on needle 3
* Join in the round
* Row 1: k2, p2 to end of round
* Repeat Row 1 until sock measures approximately 2.5 inches from CO edge
* Next Row: decrease 4 sts as follows, K2tog, k 12, K2tog, K2tog, k 12, K2tog
* Divide for heel by putting 14 sts on one needle and remaining sts on a different needle (these are the instep sts)
* Heel Flap (you are now working on 14 sts):
Row 1: slk1, k1 repeat to end of row
Row 2: purl
Row 3: k1, slk1 repeat to end of row
Row 4: purl
Repeats these 4 rows until heel flap measures approximately 1 inch, end with a RS row
* Turn Heel (you are still working on those same 14 sts):
Row 1(RS): slk 1st st, K 7 sts, K2tog, K1, turn work
Row 2(WS): sl 1st st, p3 sts, P2tog, p1, turn
Row 3(RS):slk 1st st, k4 sts, K2tog, k1, turn
Row 4(WS): sl 1st st, p5 sts, P2tog, p1, turn
Row 5(RS):slk 1st st, k6 sts, K2tog, turn
Row 6(WS): sl 1st st, p6 sts, P2tog, turn
Row 7(RS):Using 1 needle, K 4 sts. Using a 2nd needle, knit across the remaining 4 sts
* Gusset:
Using that same needle, pick up 1 stitch per row on selvedge edge of right hand side of heel flap. (I.e., the objective is to connect the heel sts to those 14 instep sts that are hanging out on your extra needle.)
Using a 3rd needle, K2, P2 across the 14 instep stitches (match what were doing before).
Using another needle, pick up 1 stitch per row on selvedge edge of left hand side of heel flap. (I.e., the objective is to now connect the instep sts to those 4 heel sts.)
Using the same needle (we can call it “Needle 3”), knit the 4 heel sts.
Needle 1 holds the right side gusset, needle 2 holds the instep stitches (which you will keep in k2, p2 rib), and needle 3 holds the left side gusset.
* Gusset Decrease:
Row 1: Ndl 1-K up to last 3 sts, K2TOG, K1; Ndl 2-keep in K2,P2 rib; Ndl 3-K1, SSK, K to end of round.
Row 2: knit
Repeat these 2 rows until you have decreased back to 28 sts). On the last row, knit to right side of instep, this will now mark the beginning of your round.
* Knit around until sock measures approximately 2 inches from heel. Begin toe shaping.
* Toe Shaping:
Row 1: Ndl 1-K1, K2TOG, knit to last 3 sts, SSK, K1; Ndl 2-K1, K2TOG, knit to end of Ndl; Ndl 3-knit to last 3 sts, SSK, K1
Row 2: knit
Repeat these 2 rounds until you have 12 sts left. Cut a 8 inch tail and close with Kitchener stitch.

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