Very nice! Like you I just finished my first pair of socks, and like you I ended up with the very same ridge! I could not figure out for the life of me what I did wrong (it couldn't be the two (or three) glasses of wine I enjoyed while I knitted could it? :-) I figured I added to the wrong side of the sock first. Can anyone confirm what would cause this problem? I figured my first pair should be imperfect and I'm wearing them as they are. I'm getting ready to start my second pair and want to tackle the "2 at a time" method.
Lisa in ND
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That sock looks very nice--congrats! For those occasional little holes (at least the unintended ones) that you only discover after the fact, don't be afraid to take a tapestry needle to the wrong side and fix it. It often takes just one small whip stitch to cover over the hole.
To avoid SSS, I explored the magic loop, 2-at-a-time method but found it confusing and unpleasant. It never occurred to me to make 2 at a time on entirely separate needles! Wonderful idea!
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