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February 02, 2005



Hey, that's how I make sock toes, too - decrease every round the last four or five rows - it makes the toes more rounded, not pointy, I think.


They look really comfy. You got them to fit perfectly!


Help. I'm making my first sock. It's a Christmas stocking for my son. I have what turns out to be a lousy pattern. I want to make a Japanese short row heel, and I have no idea how. Are there basic instructions for this style of heel that can be adapted to a certain number of stitches? Is there a good reference that you can recommend I look at? Thanks.

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