Question: How do you knit a short row heel?

What is a boomerang heel?

A while back, I blogged about so-called boomerang heels. These are basically short-row heels with a row (or two) of knitting all ’round the sock right in the middle of the heel after you’ve finished your first wedge (short-rowing to the smallest part of the heel).

When should I start German short row heels?

Beginning your sock from toe work until your foot measures 1.10” (2.75cm) less than desired length or if you are making cuff down socks begin the heel when your leg measures 1.10” (2.75cm) less than desired length. You should now have a total of 56 sts divided evenly on two needles.

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