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By Lynda Schar

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Pick up and k1 stitch in each of the slipped stitches along the heel flap, k9 [10, 11]. The round begins in the middle of the bottom of the foot. Left decrease round: K until 2 stitches remain before first marker, k2tog. Work the next row of the Main Chart, k1, ssk. K to end of round. 2 stitches decreased. Left regular round: K to first marker. Work the next row of the Main Chart. K to end of round. Left shifting round: K until 2 stitches remain before first marker, k2tog. Work the next row of the Main Chart, m1l.

Pick up and knit 1 stitch in each of the slipped stitches along the other side of the heel flap, k9 [12]. The round now begins in the middle of the bottom of the foot. Decrease round: K until 3 stitches remain before first marker, k2tog, k1. Work across the top of the foot following the next row of the Main Chart as described above for the first 30 [40] stitches, p the 31st [41st] stitch. K1, ssk, k to end of round. 2 stitches decreased. Non-decrease round: K to first marker. Work across the top of the foot following the next row of the Main Chart as described above for the first 30 [40] stitches, p the 31st [41st] stitch.

Cast on: Using smaller needles and a provisional cast on, cast on 64 [72] stitches. Place marker and join for working in the round. Cuff and leg: Using needles 1 size smaller than needed to get gauge, work 6 rounds of k. Work 1 round of yo, k2tog. Switch to larger needles. Work 6 rounds of k. Work the cast on stitches together with the live stitches by knitting each live stitch together with 1 cast on stitch. Work 1 round of k. If you would like a shorter sock, work the appropriate Main Chart once.

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