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March 30, 2014

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Mary Lou

I am not a toe up sock knitter, but that heel looks good. Maybe I'll try it again one of these days. That sink looks good from here!

Elizabeth Hess

Hi there! I just finished the GORGEOUS Sophie lace scarf and I am somewhat stymied by the last two lines of the directions.

BO 19 sts in K1, P1 rib, working first 2 sts as K2tog. Work last st tog with rem st from holder, and BO. Weave in ends, and block lightly.

I'm understanding it to mean Bind off 19 sts in K1 P1 rib... and then at the end it says ...Bind off. Weave in ends and block lightly. Bind off twice? I'm so confused.

Can you help?
Thanks, Elizabeth

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