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Next Rows Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until all stitches have been worked.
40 sts .... .. 75 cm) . 75 em) (1525 e m) Note t:nd ready to begin sock B heel. Remove any markers used to denote be ginning of round, and reserve for later. Note Work the heel flaps for both socks in rows at the same time on o 16 sts CI 20 sts 22 st s Row 1 *Slip 1 stitch with yarn in back, K 1; repeat from * to end of row. Row 2 Slip the first stitch; purl to the end of row. ) Next Rows Repeat Rows 1 and 2 0 7 more times 8 9 more times more times t:nd having just worked Row 2. 5 e m) Note Turn the heel on each sock separately, beginning with sock B.
Row 3 Slip 1, knit to one stitch before gap, ssk to close gap, K 1, turn. Row 4 Slip 1, purl to one stitch before gap, P2tog to close gap, P 1, turn. Next Rows Repeat Rows 3 and 4 until all stitches have been worked. Sock B heel now has D 20 sts m 22 sts 24 sts r=ollow directions above to turn sock A heel. Note Begin by picking up stitches on left side of sock B heel . Pick-Up Round • In MC, knit across sock B heel. Place a marker at the center of sock B heel . This repre sents the new beginning of rounds.