Given as a sample sock (Shoe size 39/40) linked from fine hosiery yarn (200-210 m/50 g) spokes № 2,5.

Table 1 Data for socks made of fine yarn (200-210m/50g, spokes №2,5)

**Consumption thin yarn: **

to the size 30/31 - approx. 50 g;

up to size 40/41 - approx. 100 g;

size 42/43 approx. 150 g

Shoe size 18/19 20/21 22/23 24/25 26/27 28/29 30/31 32/33 34/35 36/37 38/39 40/41 42/43 44/45 46/47 **1. ** The number of loops stacked series 48 48 48 52 52 52 56 56 60 60 64 64 68 68 72 **2**. The length of the top of the sock to see 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 14 14 16 16 16 18 18 18 **3**. The number of loops of the heel wall 24 24 24 26 26 26 28 28 30 30 32 32 34 34 36 **4**. The wall height of heel in rows/see 14/3 14/3 16/3,5 16/3,5 18/4 18/4 20/4,5 20/4,5 22/5 24/5,5 26/6 28/6,5 30/7 32/7,5 34/8 **5**. The number of loops set along the side edges of the heel 11 11 12 12 13 13 15 15 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 **6**. Foot length to toe in cm 8,5 9,5 11,5 12,5 13,5 15,5 16 17 18 19,5 20 21,5 23 24 25 **7**. Obuvki for the formation of toe in each 2-m row/in a row 5x/5x 5x/5x 5x/5x 5x/6x 5x/6x 5x/6x 6x/6x 6x/6x 6x/7x 6x/7x 7x/7x 7x/7x 7x/8x 7x/8x 8x/8x **8**. Total length of foot in cm 12 13 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26,5 28 29 30,5 Table 2 Data for socks made of yarn of medium thickness (150-155м/50g, the spokes №3)

The consumption of hosiery yarn average thickness:

to the size 30/31 - approx. 50 g;

to size 38/39 - approx. 100 g;

size 40/41 - approx. 150 g

Shoe size 18/19 20/21 22/23 24/25 26/27 28/29 30/31 32/33 34/35 36/37 38/39 40/41 42/43 44/45 46/47 **1**. The number of loops stacked series 40 40 40 44 44 44 48 48 48 52 52 52 56 56 60 **2**. The length of the top of the sock to see 6 8 8 10 10 12 12 14 14 16 16 16 18 18 18 **3**. The number of loops of the heel wall 20 20 20 22 22 22 24 24 24 26 26 26 28 28 30 **4**. The wall height of heel in rows/see 10/3 10/3 12/3,5 12/3,5 14/4 14/4 16/4,5 16/4,5 18/5 20/5,5 22/6 24/6,5 26/7 28/7,5 30/8 **5**. The number of loops set along the side edges of the heel 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 **6**. Foot length to toe in cm 8,5 9,5 11,5 12,5 13,5 15,5 16 17 18 19,5 20 21,5 23 24 25 **7**. Obuvki for the formation of toe in each 2-m row/in a row 4x/4x 4x/4x 4x/4x 4x/5x 4x/5x 4x/5x 5x/5x 5x/5x 5x/5x 6x/5x 7x/4x 7x/4x 7x/5x 7x/5x 7x/6x **8**. Total length of foot in cm 12 13 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 24 25 26,5 28 29 30,5

**Consumption thin yarn:**

to the size 30/31 - approx. 50 g;

up to size 40/41 - approx. 100 g;

size 42/43 approx. 150 g

The consumption of hosiery yarn average thickness:

to the size 30/31 - approx. 50 g;

to size 38/39 - approx. 100 g;

size 40/41 - approx. 150 g

**The top of the sock**

Find in table 1 the right size Shoe and sock to have this in column 1 the number of loops. For sock if Shoe size is 39/40 to score 64 of the loop. Distribute loop on 4 needles, to close in the ring and knit elastic band in a circle (alternate 2 facial, 2 purl). The length of the top of the sock can be arbitrary or correspond to the length given in column 2. The transition from row to row across the back line means.

** Wall heel**

Hinged 4-th and 1-th spokes, i.e. on either side of the back of the line means, for a certain number of loops specified in column 3, knit rows in the forward and backward directions of the front surface. The wall height is the heel in inches, respectively, the ranks given in column 4.

**The lower part of the heel**

For greater strength the heel to the working thread, you can attach additional thread, the right color. **Loop wall** heel **divide** into 3 parts.

If the number of stitches is not divisible by 3, then the same number of loops must be 1 and 3rd parts.

**For example**, for a given size wall heel fit on 32 loops, and divide them as follows: after 11 loops to make the 1st mark after 10 loops to make 2nd label = still have 11 loops.

Knit into the front loop of the first two parts, in addition to 1 St before the 2nd mark. The loop before the label and after the label loop to crochet through with a slant to the left turn and the 1st loop to remove, as in the purl knitting. Purl across the row middle section, except the 1st St before the 1 and the label. The loop before the label and after the label loop to purl together, purl, turn and the 1st loop to remove, as in the purl knitting. Obuvki repeat until, until you have knit all the side loops and the work will only loop the middle part. The work turn and knit to the middle = to the line of transition from row to row. **Wedge instep.**

On each edge of the heel to dial the number of loops specified in column 5. As a result, the 1st and 4th needles is the loops more than the 2nd and 3rd needles. Extra loops diminish in the formation of the wedge instep: the last 2 loops 1st spokes along the front to purl the first 2 stitches of the 4th knitting needle stitches together with the inclination to the left. These obuvki repeat every 2nd row until, until it reaches the initial total number of loops on each needle the same. Continue to knit foot until the length specified in column 6. The transition from row to row is on the bottom line mid.

** Toe**

For the formation of the toe of the last 3rd and 2nd loops 1st spokes together knit into the front, the 2nd and 3rd loops 2nd knitting needle stitches together with the inclination to the left. The twist at the end of 3rd needles to perform the 1st needle, and at the beginning of the 4th spokes, as on the 2nd needle. These obuvki repeat as many times as indicated in column 7. Total foot length is indicated in column 8. The remaining 8 loops pull the working thread. The thread to secure on the wrong side of the sock.