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Updated: 2017-10-19T11:17:42.072-04:00

 



I was doing alright until I picked up the 4 stitch...

2015-02-22T11:43:25.804-05:00

I was doing alright until I picked up the 4 stitches on either side. It says to coninue doing so, but then the sock was way out of proportion with the other side, where only 10 stitches continued to exist in the netherworld. I tried turning around and going back to include this other side in the sock, but that curled the toe badly. At what point should I go back for the other side. Also the part that said repeat (16 stitches) had me confused. Can you please help me out?! I've only made one pair of socks I wasn't crazy about and love the look of this band across the toe



Good Lord, I think I'm already confused. Mayb...

2009-06-14T07:06:28.179-04:00

Good Lord, I think I'm already confused. Maybe I should eat breakkies before tackling your blog. Also - why didn't you let me know you were posting this stuff on the blog this week? I obviously don't check my Reader often enough!

I'll try to stop complaining soon . . .



@Jeremy The simple answer is that you're knitt...

2009-06-13T05:50:45.208-04:00

@Jeremy The simple answer is that you're knitting, not purling. Your working yarn stays in back, and your right needle goes into the stitch left to right rather than right to left.

Duffy sent me an email this week saying that the k-twist is too fiddly for her. Instead, she changes the yarnover on the row before, bringing her yarn up from the back and down over the front, rather than usual way. In the next round, all she has to do is knit this stitch to get the same right-twisting effect.



How does the k-twist differ from ptbl?

2009-06-13T00:44:53.134-04:00

How does the k-twist differ from ptbl?



I'm so glad you're doing this...now that I...

2009-06-10T08:09:15.283-04:00

I'm so glad you're doing this...now that I've created the arch shaping in a cuff-down version, I was thinking about re-engineering it to toe-up...which is the only way to really handknit socks as anyone knows.