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Machine Knitting
Sock Pattern
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Jan 13, 2013 15:19:20   #
dsosa
 
Our club will be knitting socks for a charity event. Does anyone have a pattern for machine knit socks? I have found a couple but am always looking for something new. Thanks in advance for your response.
 
Jan 13, 2013 15:26:31   #
KateWood (a regular here)
 
http://diananatters.blogspot.com/
If you scroll down you'll see a video for both easy single bed and double bed socks.
Jan 14, 2013 10:37:22   #
moritta
 
Aaand u r gonna find lots in here

http://www.needlesofsteel.org.uk/

http://knitwords.blogspot.com/2011/09/freebie-for-mid-gaugers.html?m=1

Happy thoughts
Moritta
Jan 14, 2013 11:46:07   #
siewclark
 
Toe Up Sock, Tube Sock & Grafting, BS (Back Seam) Sock
http://www.hobbyknitter.com/files/patterns/patterns.html
Jan 14, 2013 15:23:55   #
Bootheelknitter
 
If you e-mail me @ bootheelknitter@yahoo.com, I'll send
you a pattern that a friend of mine designed . It fits a 7-9
foot size. Another friend taught me how to use bobbie pins
to hook on the stitches knitting down to the turned toe and
then drop the stitch containing the bobbie pin and when you are finished it is complete, except you have to sew up the ribbing. It's a remake of the "Seabury Sock" found on the free sock knitting pages. Which is knitted with 2 needles, then, of course, it has to be sewn up. Which I hate to do. This pattern transferred to machine knitting fits
very good. I do wool and they are so comfy and fit good.
Jan 14, 2013 17:25:14   #
Andiekaye
 
Are you familiar with SWAN socks? It means Socks Without A Name. You start knitting on the back portion of the sock: the cuff, then work down to the heel, short row the heel, knit straight the sole, then short row the toe, then continue knitting the instep and front of the sock. The best part is you seam the sides as you knit, so when you reach the front of the cuff your done. I like it because it only uses a small number of needles ( about 40 or less depending on the size of the sock)
 
Jan 14, 2013 17:25:14   #
Andiekaye
 
Are you familiar with SWAN socks? It means Socks Without A Name. You start knitting on the back portion of the sock: the cuff, then work down to the heel, short row the heel, knit straight the sole, then short row the toe, then continue knitting the instep and front of the sock. The best part is you seam the sides as you knit, so when you reach the front of the cuff your done. I like it because it only uses a small number of needles ( about 40 or less depending on the size of the sock)
Jan 14, 2013 17:25:15   #
Andiekaye
 
Are you familiar with SWAN socks? It means Socks Without A Name. You start knitting on the back portion of the sock: the cuff, then work down to the heel, short row the heel, knit straight the sole, then short row the toe, then continue knitting the instep and front of the sock. The best part is you seam the sides as you knit, so when you reach the front of the cuff your done. I like it because it only uses a small number of needles ( about 40 or less depending on the size of the sock)
Jan 14, 2013 23:38:53   #
c8071
 
Hi - check out this link for a sock pattern.

Good luck!
http://mkgsd.com/free-patterns/Nancys-Socks.pdf
Jan 15, 2013 19:52:24   #
dsosa
 
Thanks for all of your input and ideas!
 
          
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