Break off the N and center R balls of yarn and the 2 N strands. Row 2 —Purl. Repeat above 2 rows on the 18 heel sts until 32 rows in all have been made, ending with a purl row. Turn this half of heel as follows: Row 1 —K 2, K 2 tog. Continue working as given above until all sts are worked; there will be 10 sts on the Needle, ending with K 9, K 2 tog.
Pick up and knit 17 sts on side of heel. Place the sts from st-holder to left hand Needle and work in pattern across the 34 instep sts as follows: 1 R—15 G—2 N—15 G—1 R. Place the 61 sts just worked, on st-holder. Work back and forth as given for first half of heel on remaining 18 sts for 33 rows, ending with a slip 1, K 1 row. Turn this half of heel as follows: Row 1 —P 2, P 2 tog.
Continue working as given above until all sts are worked; there will be 10 sts on the Needle, ending with P 9, P 2 tog. Pick up and purl 17 sts on side of heel.
Place the sts from st-holder to left hand Needle and purl across row with same colors 88 sts. Row 2 and all even rows purl back with same colors. Row 3 —With G knit 24, K 2 tog. Row 5 —With G knit 23, K 2 tog. Continue decreasing in the above manner, adding 1 more st in color to each side of the N diamond across instep, moving the R diagonals 1 st toward the center, every knit row, until 70 sts remain.
At this point the R diagonals will cross each other. Purl back in same colors, then continue in pattern decreasing 1 st in color on each side of the N diamond; moving the R diagonals 1 st outward, every knit row, until sts are on the Needle as follows: Knit 26 G—1 R—16 N—1 R—26 G.
Purl back in same colors. Break off both strands of R and continue decreasing 1 st in color on each side of the N diamond, every knit row, until diamond has been completed there will be 2 N stitches in the center of last purl row. Work back and forth in stockinette st in G only until foot measures 2 in. Decrease for toe as follows: Row 1 —K 15, K 2 tog.
Row 2 and all even rows purl. Row 3 —K 14, K 2 tog. Row 5 —K 13, K 2 tog. Continue decreasing as given above until 26 sts remain.
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