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Old 02-12-2007, 09:25 PM   #1
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toe up problem
i asked this very same question a while back, but i can't find the post, so forgive me.

i am working on the universal toe-up from knitty and i managed to make the very same mistake again... when you are working the wrapped stitches, the rows begin with W&T and then a Sl1... i may or may not have done a few of the sl1's, but when i was done with all of the wrapped stitches, realized i'd stopped some time ago... is this okay? the picture below shows the side, is that why it looks like that or is that close to normal? and the million dollar question, do i purposely skip the sl1's on sock 2 (assuming i don't rip this one out, which i might because i think i lost a stitch when i pulled out the chain, which i also have trouble with, any hints? i picked up something in its place, maybe it was the stitch i lost, who knows...) or do i do the pattern correctly on sock 2?

thanks a bunch!!!!
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