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.
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.
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.
I’m so glad you’ve found it helpful!
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” .
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.
I found this chart years ago, and use it regularly. It takes a lot of brainwork out of improvising a pattern!
This is so helpful, thanks for sharing!
Thanks! Our knitting group will love this (as do I)!
could find the sock heel chart. Can you please email me the chart as an attachment? Thank you so much!
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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