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Old 05-22-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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two at a time up down socks question (1 circ, magic loop.)
I'm cast on, working the cuff/leg. How to I work the heel flaps and gusset stitch pick-ups? I tried Google etc.
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Old 05-23-2013, 12:43 AM   #2
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With toe up socks, I work one heel then go on to the other. I would guess, if that's what you're asking about, that you'd have to do the same with cuff downs. You could check Liat Gat's videos at www.knitfreedom.com.
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:05 AM   #3
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I poked around there already. :-/ lol my phone messed up my title argh. They're top down...

I don't have a clue how to do the decreases, I'm used to "knit to the last three sts on needle 3..."
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Disorientation. Nothing is where it should be. I have knitted patterns written for dpn on circs and used markers to mark the end of each set of stitches that would have been on a separate needle. What pattern are you using? The 'last 3 sts on the needle' would be, I think, the last of the heel stitches on your circ. If you can sort out in your head which stitches are where in relation to what you're used to, I think it will make sense. Maybe because I knew you were doing top down socks in your other threads, I knew what you meant in the title. You can edit it if you want to. You might run down a pattern written for circs for comparison. The numbers of stitches might be different but the way to do it would be the same.
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I'm using Gat's video and free pattern (magic loop.)http://knitfreedom.com/free-patterns...g-weight-socks
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