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Topic: Lace-up high socks - PATTERN LINK ON pg.1, TYPED OUT ON pg. 2 :P  (Read 4967 times)
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« Reply #10 on: July 28, 2008 03:43:08 PM »

Beautiful!!! I'd love to see a pattern too Cheesy
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« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2008 04:31:36 PM »

Gee, I would have thought more people would have been pleased about the pattern  Sad, its weird how some threads just die even when you are really proud of the product  Undecided

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« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2008 05:56:08 PM »

These socks are fabulous, I tried to get the pattern, but got an error code... ???I hope it can be fixed soon
excellent colors...great job
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« Reply #13 on: July 29, 2008 06:55:00 PM »

Many apologies! I fixed the link so it should be good now.

Sorry about the off-site download but I made it a pdf so I could include photos. If anyone else has a better file sharing site, just let me know.
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« Reply #14 on: July 30, 2008 01:55:10 AM »

hi there

cool that you did hear our pleads for a pattern Smiley
wasnt around for a cpl of days


just tried to download the file but the site told me i couldnt Sad

do i haveto sign up to that site or something ( me being completly ignorant to these file sharing sites)

all day yesterday at work i was thinking what colour and yarn i wanna use to make me a pair of these Smiley

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« Reply #15 on: July 30, 2008 02:05:23 AM »

These are just the best!  I would love to see a pair in black with pink laces.   :-D   I have to email this post, I think I know a few people who might appreciate these. 
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« Reply #16 on: July 30, 2008 05:27:29 AM »

You shouldn't need to sign up to download the pattern  Undecided

Let's try it this way, I knew I shouldn't have gotten all fancy and technical  Tongue

High-top lace up socks

 

Crochet pattern intermediate

Yarn open to suggestion, the first row you crochet goes from the top of the sock to just before the toes so add or subtract stitches accordingly


Starting on one side of the laces

 

1.   ch 59. sc in 1st st from hook. Sc to end, ch 1 and turn
2.   repeat (1.) for another 7 rows

Heel shaping, side 1


3.   sc in the next 16 sts. 2 sc in the next st. sc to end, ch 1 and turn
4.   sc in the next 41 sts. 2 sc in each of the next 2 sts, 16 sc to end. Ch 1 and turn
5.   sc in the next 16 sts. 2 sc in each of the next 4 sts, 41 sc to end. Ch 1 and turn
6.   sc in the next 43 sts. 2 sc in each of the next 4 sts, 18 sc to end. Ch 1 and turn
7.   sc to end, ch 1 and turn
8.   repeat (7.) for another 4 rows

Calf shaping


9.   sc in the next 5 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 5 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
10.   sc in the next 10 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 10 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
11.   sc in the next 15 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 15 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
12.   sc in the next 20 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 20 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
13.   (should be 69) sc to end, ch 1 and turn
14.   sc to end, ch 1 and turn
15.   sc in the next 20 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 20 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
16.   sc in the next 15 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 15 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
17.   sc in the next 10 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 10 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
18.   sc in the next 5 sts. 1 sl st, ch 1 and turn. 5 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
19.   sc to end, ch 1 and turn
20.   repeat (19.) for another 4 rows

Heel shaping, side 2

21.   sc in the next 18 sts. St 2 tog to decrease (repeat another 3 times). 43 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
22.   sc in the next 41 sts. St 2 tog to decrease (repeat another 3 times). 16 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
23.   sc in the next 16 sts. St 2 tog to decrease (repeat another 3 times). 41 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
24.   sc in the next 41 sts. St 2 tog to decrease (repeat another 3 times). 16 sc to end, ch 1 and turn
25.   sc to end, ch 1 and turn
26.   repeat (25.) for another 7 rows
27.   finish off

Toe
^pointing to the sides
step 1.

The toe is kind of improvised, so bear with me

1.   hold the two sides of the sock together and slip stitch to join them
2.   sc all the way around the edge and join to the beginning of the row
3.   sc to to the side, decrease by crocheting 2 stitches together (repeat) and sc across the back and decrease again on the other side
4.   sc to the centre and join
5.   repeat (2. & 3.)  until the toe is a comfortable length, and stitch the remaining opening closed

Tips

- For a wider gap between the laces (to show off lacing better) do fewer rows at 26. & 2.
- For smaller calves, skip steps 9. & 18.
- For longer or shorter socks, chain more or less at 1. this will throw out the pattern slightly, but use your imagination ;P
- This size will fit a few different sized feet, the crochet stretches quite well so once you have sorted out the correct yarn, the pattern will fit most ladies adult feet
- Any hole will be suitable for the laces. To make more of a feature of them, choose holes about an inch or so in from the edge of the sock
- One side of the lacing will look a bit longer than the other, but will have the same amount of stitches. This is because one side began as a chain. Just tug the sides a little and lace them up and they will become even.
- Have fun and try some fancy stitching too. Some lace work on the top would be great and even trying to put the lacing on the back would be cool too.
- Please do not sell this pattern or sell the items you have made from it, but make as many as you like for yourself and loved ones Cheesy. I spent heaps of time and energy making this pattern and I would mad if I saw people selling my hard work without permission. This pattern is to share with crafty people.

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« Reply #17 on: July 30, 2008 02:27:48 PM »

These look awesome! And thank you so much for the pattern!! I have heaps of yarn I've been meaning to stash bust for a while and I think I've finally found a cool project to do it with. Cheesy Cheesy
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« Reply #18 on: July 30, 2008 05:46:21 PM »

No problem! I used less than 6 balls of the yarn I posted in the first pic, a chunky would be great and would use even less.

The good thing is you could make shorter ones or thigh-high ones, depending on your mood. Cheesy
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« Reply #19 on: July 31, 2008 12:11:26 AM »

wow thankyou for the pattern, can't wait to make them Smiley
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