So I’ve been working on a pair of baby socks (pattern by Lion Brand) and once again, in their infinite plan to confuse the public, Lion Brand has made what could be a fairly simple explanation for a stitch really confusing.
I’m not new to reading patterns by any means, but I am new to this type of turning the heel. The explanation given on the pattern is no help for the slip stitch, wrap, and turn deal. I had to look elsewhere online to understand how this process was actually done. Ok, so the wrapping isn’t confusing me anymore; what is confusing me is when the pattern says continue sw&t to the stitch right before the previous wrap. Ugh, I just don’t see how this is supposed to help turn the heel. Did they just overly confuse me and mean to say something to the effect of purling and knitting two stitches together? :gah: