I’ve really benefited from everyone’s expertise and willingness to share thoughts & solutions over the last 10+ months. You’ve been a great help to me and you didn’t even know it - so thank you! (I’ve finally finished my first item since I last cast off some 20 years ago - yay for KH! Oh, and yay for me, too…)
I believe I’ve seen this asked/answered before, but didn’t have much luck finding it, so I’m hoping that someone can give me a hand. I badly want to be able to make socks, so am following Silver’s Sock Class (one sock on four DPNs) [http://www.cometosilver.com/socks/SockClass_Heel.htm]. I’m in the first part of the heel (making the flap), and I am chagrined to see that my stockinette is appearing on the inside of my tube. Is that where it’s [I]supposed[/I] to be, or am I somehow inside out/backwards (again - but let’s not go there)? The pattern reads:
Row 1 (on the right side of your work): Slip 1, Knit 1 Repeat between * across, turn work. (32 24 20 stitches)
Row 2 (wrong side): Slip one, purl across. (Slip ONLY the first stitch, purl the rest including the slipped stitches from row 1.)
Many thanks again for your insights and your lovely FO (in one of the other sections of the website)!