We Have Heel!

Before I worked the heel, I crawled into Alison's archives to see what she wrote about knitting the heel of this sock.  Good thing that I did, because I found this helpful link in the comments section.  Thanks Michelle! I was confused about the entire "backwards yarn-over" thing in the Interweave pattern.  It simply didn't make any sense.  When I try something new and confusing, I read different versions of instructions for the same technique.  Between the Interweave pattern, and Michelle's modified instructions, I was fine.  As you can see, it worked.

Sock

 

Ah, a woman after my own heart...I do the same thing when I don't understand a new technique: I break out all of my knitting books looking for enough detail to help me understand whatever the h*ll it is I'm supposed to do.

Oh, and please to explain more about your socks with batteries? I think I need to have a pair come live at my house.

Have a great weekend, and thanks for stopping by my blog!

Looks great Colleen! I do the same thing :) - read everythign I can then give it a go!

Excellent heel! Love the yarn, too.

Oooh heel! Have fun knitting on them on your trip! After traveling with a SIP you'll see why they are the perfect on the go project! (Of course, just as good for subway knitting!)

Your sock looks great!! Thanks so much for including the links with heel help. I am making similiar socks and have had questions about the heel.

I covet that yarn.

nice job...glad you didn't have any trouble...i'm coming to you with sock questions. i want to make my first pair soon...

yay! very heelicious indeed!

Someday, maybe, I'll have a sock just as lovely as your's. If I don't stab myself with a dpn first.

YOU DID IT!!! Yippy!

 

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