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MINI KNITTING LESSON....HOW TO PICK UP THOSE ELUSIVE GUSSET STITCHES This series of photos was taken by Sande's co-worker Pat Brown, of Sande knitting at work shows us how to pick up stitches on the edge of a heel flap to start the gusset. In Sande's own words, "I get this lovely open chain selvage by using a garter st border on my heel flap and slipping the first st on each row with yarn in front. If you don't K the first and last st of every row the steps to get a chain selvage are a bit different.
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If you can locate a join at a seaming location, that is always best. You can just run the ends along the inside of the seamed edge, and it's invisible.
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Q I am having terrible problems holding the yarn in place to pick/scoop for my purl stitches. I've tried several methods of wrapping and finally ended up holding the yarn between my index and thumb, which is very awkward, slow and uncomfortable. This method is so fast for knitting, that if I can master the purl I will probably stay with it, rather than the English (wrap) style that I've always used.