Hole Shebang by Leah Oakley

Hole Shebang

Knitting
May 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 12 rows = 1 inch
in basket case pattern
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
350 - 400 yards (320 - 366 m)
Small, medium and large
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She was pretty certain she wanted the “hole shebang” …color, pizzazz and, well, holes! This pattern is all that and then some… it’s easily memorized and you can usually read your work (rounds) and see where you are if you forget to write something down.

Pattern features - The Hole Shebang!

  • Knit cuff down (toe uppers should be able to easily convert and knit toe up
  • Textured garter tab, reverse slipped stitch heel flap
  • Fitted arch that fits your foot like a hug
  • Basket case (basket weave) cuff pattern…everybody is a basket case from time to time, this is the more “fun” way to go! (charted an written instructions
  • Picture tutorial

Skills required:

  • Knit and purl
  • Decrease
  • Short rows
  • Kitchener

Sizes offered:
* Small, medium and large (60, 66 and 72 sts, respectively)

Recommended yarn - fingering weight

  • Self striping, gradient or solid yarn
  • Note: variegated or heavily speckled yarns are not recommended

Needle size US 1-1.5 circular, DPN or magic loop needles

Many thanks to the AgileKnitter test knitting group for testing all sizes of this pattern and for sharing their time to proofread/edit this pattern. They are an awesome group and so much fun to work with!

I’d love to see some of your projects in the wild. In social media, please tag your projects with #holeshebang and @agileknitter1.