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  • Barbara Nellemann

    Reinforcing technique for hand knit areas you know will get a lot of wear - like sock heels.

  • Jen Holman-Dodds

    reinforcing technique for handknit areas you know will get a lot of wear - I might start knitting socks again if this works

  • Kathy Sawicki

    Reinforcing technique - "Heels get a lot of friction from your shoes, so making sure they’re strong is crucial. The “heel stitch” (as seen in the Knitty pattern “Thuja”) creates a stronger heel flap and goes like this… Right side rows: *slip 1 as if to purl, knit 1* Wrong side rows: purl Reinforcing the heel after you’re finished knitting is also possible.

  • kathycad

    reinforcing technique for handknit areas you know will get a lot of wear - umm.... sock heels!

  • idunno whereimgoing

    reinforcement technique for areas on hand-knits that you know will get heavy wear [looks like a sock heel]

  • Kerri Robinson

    reinforcing technique for handknit areas you know will get a lot of wear - an ounce of prevention and all that. #knitting #technique

  • Keturah Young

    reinforcing technique for handknit areas you know will get a lot of wear - knees and toes! {would be cool for elbow patches!!}

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