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i doing a sample for my friends store & i cannot remember if the pattern should face inside or out. i'm assuming out, since when you get to the lower part of the sock, it would make the most sense. or, can you just turn it rightside out once you're done? it's beautiful pattern from "knitted socks east and west," i just hope that i'm doing it right...it's been about 15 years since i've done a sock. thanks!

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Good Evening Paula,

The sock should be facing out. Yes, the right side should be facing YOU. If, this sock is facing you, then you are doing it correct.
Good luck. I just received help with my Entrelac Socks, today. This sock has given me a great deal of difficulty, but as I type both socks are in excellent health and smiling. For how long, I am not sure? I am a persistent person, I will NOT give up on these socks.
Once again, good luck and stick with it, you will only get stronger.

Bye for now,


Carol
Carol, I'm so glad to hear that those socks are cooperating. You've been very patient with them.
Should face outside same as if you were doing a sweater in the round.....easier to see pattern
Typically the right side is facing you when you are knitting socks. But if the right side is currently on the inside, just turn it out when finished.

Cheryl

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