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Old 12-19-2011, 07:00 AM   #1
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German Pattern Help Translation
I found a wonderful sock knitting kit in germany, unfotunately, my german is not that good yet. Also, this is my first time knitting socks. Here goes;

Das Bündchen:
Maschenzahl teilbar durch 4, es wird in Runden gestrickt, in einem Bund- oder Zopfmuster bis das Büundchen die gewüunschte Länge erreicht hat.

Die Ferse:
Die Ferse wird über die Hälfte der Maschenzahl, beginnend mit der 1. Ma, in Reihen glatt re gestrickt, d.h. Hinreihe re, Rückreihe li stricken. So viele Reihen stricken, wie Ma auf der Nadel sind.

Die Kappe:
Die Ma der Fersennadel in 3 gleiche Teile teilen. In jeder Hinreihe die letzte Ma des 2. Drittels mit der 1. Ma des 3. Drittels re verschränkt zusammenstricken in den Rückreihen die letyte Ma des 2. Drittels mit der 1. Ma des 3. Drittels li yusammenstricken. (Z.B. bei 24 Ma= 3x8 Ma; 15 Ma re, die 16. + 17. Ma re verschränkt zusammenstricken, wenden* 1 Ma wie zum Linksstricken abheben. 6 Ma li, 2 Ma li zusammenstricken, wenden, 1 Ma wie zum Rechtsstricken abheben. 6 Ma re. 2 Ma re verschränkt, wenden. Ab * noch 6 mal wiederholen, dann 1 Ma wie zum Linksstricken abheben, 6 Ma li, 2 Ma li zusammenstricken (= 8 Ma ). Sind die Ma des ersten und letyten Drittels auf-gebraucht, ist das Käappchen fertig.

Die Verbindung von Ferse und Spann:
Man verteilt die Käppchenma. auf 2 Nadeln und faßt jeder Seite die Randma längs der Ferse auf. So bekommt man die Verbindung zum Spann. An beiden Verbindungsstellen kann 1 Ma aufgenommen werden, damit der Übergang besser wird.

Das Abnehmen über den Spann:
Nun wird über alle Ma in Runden weitergestrickt, dabei werden für den Spann die 1. + 2. Ma der aufgefaßten Randma re des Käppchens re verschränkt zusammengestrickt u. li des Käppchens die beiden letzten aufgefaßten Randma re zusammengestr. In jeder 2. Runde solange widerholen, bis die ursprüngliche Maschenzahl (vor der Ferse) erreicht ist. Glatt re weiterarbeiten, bis zur Spitze.

Das Abnehmen der Spitze:
Die Abnehmrunden werden ermittelt indem die Ma-Zahl durch 4 geteilt wird. Die Ma werden wie bei der Ferse, in 2 Hälften geteilt. Es wird jewils die 2. + 3. Ma jeder Hälfte re verschränkt zusammengestrickt, die 2.-letzte und 3.-letzte Ma jeder Hälfte wird re usammengestrickt. Beim 1. Drittel der Abnehmrunden je 2 Runden ohne Abnehmen dazwischenstricken,dann in jeder Runde abnehmen. Durch die restlichen 4 oder 6 Ma den Arbeitsfaden ziehen, zusammenziehen und vernähen.

If the instructions dont make sense, i was also given a chart of various shoe sizes, and the specific stitches required.

Many thanks to whomever does this big favour for me
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Old 12-19-2011, 08:21 AM   #2
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There are some German-language groups at . You might be able to find a translation there.

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Old 12-19-2011, 04:29 PM   #3
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Okay, this is a really loose translation. My Chrome browser asked me if I wanted to translate this when your post came up.

The Rib: number of stitches divisible by 4, it is knitted in the round, has reached in a federal or cable pattern until the Büundchen gewüunschte length. The heel: The heel is about half the number of stitches, starting with the first Ma, knitted rows in stocking st, ie Hinreihe knit, back row left. Knit as many rows as Ma are on the needle. The cap: The share of Ma heel needle into 3 equal parts. In each Hinreihe the last second of the Ma Third with the first Ma of the 3rd This pattern is knit together in the third of the back rows of the second letyte Ma Third with the first Ma of the 3rd Third li yusammenstricken. (For example, at 24 Ma = 3x8 Ma, 15 Ma re, the 16 + 17 Ma re tog Crossed, contact * slip 1 Ma as the links knitting 6 tog Ma li, 2 Ma li, turn, slip 1 Ma as the right knitting. . 6 Ma re. 2 Ma This pattern, turn. from * 6 more times more, then 1 Ma as the links knitting stand, 6 Ma li, 2 Ma li tog (= 8 Ma). If the machine of the first and letyten third on -used, the Käappchen is ready. The combination of heel and instep: ... They spread the Käppchenma on 2 needles and summarizes each side of the Randma along on the heels So you get the connection to the tension at both junctions can be 1 Ma are recorded so that the transition is better. The weight loss across the instep: Now is all about Ma further knitted in the round, be it on the instep of the 1st and 2nd Ma conceived of the cap re Randma This pattern is knit together the two bottom left of the cap last conceived Randma re zusammengestr resist bring in every second round until the original number of stitches (in front of the heel) is achieved smooth re continue to tip... Removing the top: The Decreasing rounds will be determined by the Ma-number by 4 he owns. The machine will be like at the heel, divided into two halves. jewils It is the 2 + 3 Ma re any entwined half knitted together, the second-last and third last-Ma is re usammengestrickt each half. When between stocking first third of the weight-loss rounds each 2 rounds without losing weight lose weight, then in each round draw. The remaining 4 or 6 Ma the working thread, move in together and sew.
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Old 12-19-2011, 04:41 PM   #4
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This translation is a hoot, isn't it? You couldn't pick an easier English pattern for socks for your first project? lol
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She posted on ravelry and it seems to be a pretty basic stockinette st sock with ribbing on the cuff pattern. There's lots of those in english.
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