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Old 02-24-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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Dutch Heel Flap
Hi All, I am having trouble deciphering the instructions for the heel flap for the Welsh Country Stockings in Nancy Bush's Folk Socks book, page 85.

Row 2: K1 tbl, p34, sl1 wyf. Turn.
Row 3: K1 tbl, k34, sl1 wyf. Turn.

Does this mean on Row 2 to Knit one through back loop, Purl 34, move yarn to front and then slip one, or slip one, then move yarn to front.

It seems to me if I slip one, then bring the yarn to the front, then turn and knit through the back loop I will have a big mess. How is this possible? I am sure it is easy, but I just don't understand it.

Can anyone help?

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