"Enough already with the eye candy!" you shout. "What's happening with your knitting?"
The first of Priscilla's Dream Socks continues to grow and grow. I'm almost done with the ribbing:
To paraphrase one commenter from last week, I've certainly hit my double-point groove. The K2P2 ribbing is a rhythmic stitch pattern, and the constant shifting with the DPNs keeps it from becoming monotonous.
The heel gets closer to knitting reality, and I have one question for experienced sock creators. As I'm working across, the instructions indicate that I need to work to a certain point then turn (as you would, with short rows). The instructions do not indicate if I need to wrap any stitches. Is the stitch wrapping implied because of the short rows, or is the step not required because of the yarn overs? Thanks!