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Old 06-19-2013, 12:24 PM   #1
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Quick question
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Old 06-19-2013, 12:38 PM   #2
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The pattern that you're working is k2, p1 repeated around so, on needle one, work 11sts in this pattern You'll end with a k2 and there'll be 3 sts left on needle one. Slip these 3 ss to the next needle (needle two) and turn needle one as you would if you were knitting flat and had come to the end of the row. For the next couple of rows you'll be knitting back and forth in rows instead of in rounds.
If that's the only area that's confusing, it might be best to delete the end of the pattern in your post so that we don't get into any problems with copyrights.
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Old 06-19-2013, 12:45 PM   #3
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Then it says Next row: (WS) cast off 22 sts in rib, turn. Next row: (RS) Cast on 22 sts.
Arrange sts onto 3 needles as before, work to the beginning of needle 1.

Can you explain this one to me too I will be very thankful
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Old 06-19-2013, 12:48 PM   #4
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You're creating a heel opening. As I recall, yoga socks don't have a heel. Casting on the 22 stitches will leave that opening and set it up so you can continue working in the round. Moving the 3 sts back to the needle they were on just gets your sts distributed as before. HTH
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Old 06-19-2013, 12:57 PM   #5
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Ok so how do I cast on in the middle of something and cast off
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You cast off as usual, as if you were at the end of any project. Just work 2 sts in pattern and then lift the second stitch over the first on the right needle. Continue until you've cast off the required number.
You can cast on by taking needle one in your left hand and using a knit or cable cast on (see the videos under Free Videos at the top of the page, Cast Ons) and casting on the required number of sts.
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Old 06-20-2013, 11:37 AM   #7
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Question I am working k2p1 and it says to repeat for a total of 20 rows.
So if I did in the beg total of 10 row now I need 20 row would all together equal 30 row
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If I remember correctly, the first 10 rows were a slightly different pattern? You can post a few lines of the pattern again, just not the entire pattern.
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Next row: K1, P1 to end Repeat for a total of 10 rows.
Next row: K2, P1 to end Repeat for a total of 20 rows.
Next row: work 11 sts in patt, slip next 3 sts onto needle 2, turn.
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salmonmac will actually know, but I think you're supposed to have 20 rows of the current row (K2, P1). You're on the foot of the sock, correct? One way to help determine is to check the length of it against your foot. You may need to work fewer or more rows than the pattern indicates to get the exact length you want as one reason for bothering to hand knit a sock at all is to customize the fit. I think you'll really enjoy these when they're finished.
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