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November 20, 2009

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Linda

Between the text (that I could read and reread until I 'got it') and the photos, I saw what you were showing us: thanks a lot for demystifying two at a time.

xenniferx

Not sure why you would take them apart. The needles themselves hold all the stitches so you don't have to go find holders and transfer the sts. You could just leave them how they sit and do the heel flaps one at a time or at the same time, alternating.

I never take my socks off the needles unless I have to frog them for some reason.

jomamma

You are awesome.... thank you so much for posting all this, I look forward to more. BTW, you aren't even crotchity like those bitties at the LYS.

dora

I wish you were sitting next to me in person, I'm dizzy!

Wendy

like I said, I don't always take them apart. Sometimes, it's just easier to fiddle with one of them at a time.

Melissa G

Isn't Lynne Barr's new book amazing?

Ailsa

Great sock tutorial, thank you.

I thought of you the other day when I was at the gym. You know how you seem to see all the nutbags in the gym you go to?

Well, I've got one for you! I was doing a pump class and when everyone else leaned under their step to get their water out, the woman in front of me got out a small bottle of bourbon and had a swig.

She could have emptied her JD bottle and re-filled it with tea (which still would have been a little odd). But it was definitely a little Jack Daniel's bottle, glass and all, and it looked a lot like bourbon, so I figuredit was more likely to be JD than anything else.

Thought you might like to know this story.

Wendy

Alisa, that is HYSTERICAL!

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