When You Forget Increases On Your Fleegle Heel
So many of my lovely students are knitting (and loving) two-at-a-time toe-up socks, that I thought I'd make you a video on a very common mistake people make.
Many people forget to increase on the left side of their knitting when doing the gusset for the Fleegle Heel. All of a sudden you've got 19 stitches on one toe-up Fleegle heel and 20 on the other.
It usually happens right when you start saying,"Yeah, I think I've got the hang of it!" You start getting in the groove, and you forget to increase.
Here's how to recognize it, and how to fix it:
Just be sure to quickly count your stitches every five rows or so, so you don't get too far ahead if you've made a mistake.
- Measure Correctly: When To Start Your Fleegle Heel
- Turn Your Fleegle Heel Faster By Knitting Backwards
If you liked this tutorial on the Fleegle heel, post in the comments!
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