How to knit a heel to a sock with diagonal shaping

In his DROPS video we show how you can shape your heel diagonally on a knitted sock. We show the beginning and end of 1st to 4th row, so we skip until we have 8 stitches at the center of the needle and 6 stitches in each side. Put 1 mark. Now work 1 stitch more for each row over the heel. To avoid holes in the transitions, pick up the thread before the stitches that are knit up and turn twisted on the needle. Knit the thread together with the next stitch. Continue like this until all stitches on the heel is knitted. Then knit all over the stitches. You must read the pattern to be able to follow this video properly. You’ll find patterns with this technique by clicking on the pictures below. In the video we use the yarn DROPS Eskimo.

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