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Socks Ribbed Cuff


  1. Cast On stitches using e-wrap method based on size desired. (Sample uses 52 pegs for a 8.5” width around ball of foot)  The loom is adjustable for the amount of pegs to be used. The cast on consists of 2 rows of e-wrap working in clockwise direction. The beginning stitch is peg adjacent to center slider. 

  2. Work the Cuff in Rib pattern with 2 knit stitches and 2 purl stitches until you have 2” cuff. 

  3. Work in knit stitch for 6” to create the leg of sock. 

  4. Begin heel of sock using ‘Short Row Method” on 1⁄2 of your pegs being used for the sock. In this sample, that would be 26 pegs, or one short side and one long side of loom. 

  5. Start with beginning peg. Work the 26 pegs in clockwise direction. Work your pegs with ‘wrap’ technique until you have 8 pegs wrapped, 9 pegs unwrapped for center of heel, and 8 pegs wrapped. Once you complete the wraps your heel is 1/2 complete. You will now continue short rows in reverse until all pegs have one strand or loop. Once your heel is complete, you are ready to continue working the foot of the sock.

  1. Continue working the Flat Stitch for the foot of sock depending on length desired. Measure your foot length, back of heel to tip of toe and then subtract 2”. The resulting number is the amount of inches to complete.

  2. Create the toe of sock. You do this by repeating the same process as you did for heel. Besure to start on your beginning peg to keep toe lined up with heel. Bind off as explained on the DVD. Use large sewing needle with the working yarn to sew the opening of toe. Be sure to pick up all edge stitches and close with a whip stitch for a smooth flat finish.

LOOM: KB Sock Loom Original

YARN: 1 Skein Lion Brand Sock Ease Yarn (color #203 in sample), DK weight

NOTIONS: tapestry needle, 2 small buttons

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