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Sunday, August 20, 2006

I am having trouble finding a pattern that is done on 2 circulars for a larger calf. I got about 4" done on a nice pattern but it was way too narrow so I frogged and added an amount of extra stitches to do the pattern and they are way too big! I have to frog them too. Any suggestions for larger calf size 8 1/2 wide foot?

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KnittinDeb
www.NeedleWerks.blogspot.com (picture of start of first attempt on my blog.)

1 Comments:

  • Well, I haven't seen anything without a picture, but here's a link to a sock calculator that adds calf shaping. Okay, I found another pattern link and a Grumperina entry that you might be able to use to help you incorporate calf shaping into whatever pattern you're wanting to knit. Good luck!

    By Blogger msubulldog, at 6:26 PM  

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