Knitting Tips: Sock Heel Chart


Here’s a handy chart for knitting different styles of sock heels, in accordance with the number of stitches cast on at the beginning of the pattern.
chart

Updated 9/27/12

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10 Responses to Knitting Tips: Sock Heel Chart

  1. Dore J. Levy says:

    Many, many thanks for providing this wonderful chart. It has been so liberating for me! I can chose the heel I want and the gauge without fear. I will definitely knit more socks (and I have an impressive stash of sock yarns!) because of your help.

  2. deborah bartlett says:

    I can’t thank you enough for your wonderfully clear instructions and chart. I am knitting socks for the first time and have had to undoe the heel five times. Thanks to you I now have a perfect sock heel. Thank you SO much.

  3. katknit says:

    I’m so glad you’ve found it helpful!

  4. Sandi says:

    Thanks for the chart. I am absolutely sure I will eventually learn to knit socks. Have a pair OTN now, but just can’t shake that little voice that keeps saying “You can’t do this” .

  5. Tarri says:

    Thank you, I’m doing a heel now and since I changed the amount of stitches, I’m obsessing that it won’t come out right.

  6. Kathy Sue says:

    I found this chart years ago, and use it regularly. It takes a lot of brainwork out of improvising a pattern!

  7. Diane says:

    This is so helpful, thanks for sharing!

  8. Eve says:

    Thanks! Our knitting group will love this (as do I)!

  9. Jennifer Geist says:

    could find the sock heel chart. Can you please email me the chart as an attachment? Thank you so much!

    Jennifer

  10. Karen says:

    I’m working on improvising a child’s bootie/sock with chunky wool. I’m starting with 20 stitches. Any such heel chart for such a small number of starting stitches?

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