Greetings out there in knitter’s land… Has anyone heard the term W&T? I am currently knitting an octopus with socks (not the removable kind). I have three stitiches on the first pin, 2 on the second and three on the third. To create the heel in the sock, the pattern reads…
Heel and Foot:
Wrap first st of next row and turn work (W&T).
Row 1 [WS]: P4, W&T.
Row 2 [RS]: K3, W&T.
Row 3 [WS]: P2, W&T.
In following rows, when working a st which had been wrapped on a previous short row, pick up the wrap and work it together with the wrapped st.
Row 4 [RS]: K3, turn work.
Row 5 [WS]: Sl 1, p3, turn work.
Row 6 [RS]: Sl 1; resume working in the round.
Work in stockinette st until foot measures 1.25 inches from last row of heel.
Does anyone have any idea of the steps here?