To use this adjustable sock chart, you could save the images
to your computer, then print each on a separate piece of paper. Paste the pages
together, then either cut or fold the chart to take away or add stitches and/or
rows. Number the new chart if desired. If you add stitches, you'll need to decide
if you want the short-rowed sections for the heel and toe to still end up with
7 stitches at the narrowest part or if you want to end up with maybe 8 or 9.
If you add stitches and then short-row until there are only 7 stitches left
as on the original chart, the toe or heel will be longer too because it will
take more rows of knitting to get there.
I have knitted many socks from the original chart but not one
in a different size so you might have to experiment a little to get one that
fits the foot you are making it for. Happy Knitting!