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stuck on socks
Posted by: alana (IP Logged)
Date: October 20, 2008 01:55PM

the directions to do the heel say with wrong side of heel facing, work back and forth. Row 1: Sll, purl to end. Row 2 S11, k1 to end of row. When I begin row 2 I have yarn in my right hand. If I slip (does that mean just slip stitch on other needle) then what do I do with the yarn still hanging in my right hand until I knit again? An advance thanks to all of you kind souls out there who share their knowledge. Blessing on you all. Alana



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