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missliz
« on: January 08, 2009 04:16:09 PM »

Although not my first pair of socks, it is my first time dealing with 'wrapped' stitches.
I've come to the second half of the heel turn and the pattern reads:
 
Row 1: K to first wrapped st, PU wrap and k tog with st tbl, W&T (st will have 2 wraps).

My question: "Pick up wrap and knit together with stitch through back loop, wrap and turn."  Right?  But the idea at this point is to increase the number of live stitches back to 52.  But picking up the wrap and knitting it together isn't an increase. 
So am I picking up the wrap, knitting it through back loop, then knitting the original wrapped stitch through back loop and then wrapping & turning on that same stitch (after slipping it back to the LH needle)? Thus the wrap has turned into a live stitch?  Have I stared too long at this pattern?!  Am I making any sense?!!!

Any opinions appreciated!!
Thank you!
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missliz
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2009 04:28:05 PM »

Argh! Nevermind!

Pick up the wrap and knit it together with it's original stitch and that becomes the live stitch.  Then you wrap the next wrapped stitch, and turn.

Sorry to bother.
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