I’ve finished the leg of Anne Campbell’s Zigzag sock from New Directions in Sock Knitting. The zigs and zags of the live stitches get grafted to the provisional cast-on stitches to form a ring.
The Kitchener stitch is work on 44 (50, 56) main stitches; the live “selvedge” stitches will be used for the cuff and foot. I happen to love Kitchener stitch so this wasn’t a chore for me. I hope you won’t be intimidated by the seemingly large number of stitches to be grafted — it’s well worth the effort!
Next, I’ll work on the cuff.
1 thought on “Zigzag–Finished Leg”
No no no to kitchenering that many stitches.