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  1. Mary Clarkson says:

    Can you knit these with circulars, or just dpn’s?

    • Yes — I always use magic loop myself (one long circular), but some people prefer two medium-length circulars. And dpns or the new very short circulars are okay after the cast-on (JMCO, a two-sided provisional cast-on) and the first two or three rounds.

      Thanks for asking!

  2. Pat Linehan says:

    I live in Lilburn Ga . Do you give lessons to learn how to make the “soleful sock”?

    • Pat, you can check the Events and News tab on the Solefull Socks website to see where I’ll be offering workshops or demos. The only one currently scheduled in Georgia is in Novemeber in Hiawassee, but it’s possible that there will be others before that. I’ll be sure to post them on that website tab when they do. Thanks for asking!

  3. Barry Grayson says:

    I greatly admire your innovative sock designs. However I wear a full USA size 15 – 16 shoe. Would you be able to advise me how to modify your pattern to make a sock of this size?

    I am not concerned about adapting the decorative patterns as my preference is for solid color and simple knit texture in a thick and warm fiber. However my main concern is achieving the structure of a size 15/16 sock.

    Can you help me with this?

    Thanks so much

    Barry Grayson

  4. Moore says:

    Hi Betty, I am finally trying to make socks entitled SEED BEDS. I am having an awful time following directions; I guess I cannot read or do not understand what you are trying to say. However, I have figured out how to do rows 1-9. Now I am confused. I have just finished row 9, needles 1 + 2, but don’t know where to start the next row. I know your directions say that rows begin with marker 3, but if the working yarn is at the end of needle 2, do I turn the work or what do I do? I really excited about learning this new construction method as I am hoping my socks will last longer than they do. It seems that I just finish a pair, and oops, there’s a hole, so I need to repair. Any help or insight. I have zoom if you would care to meet me there to discuss or your can email me with information below. I look forward to your response. Moore

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