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FAM wrote
on Sep 4, 2010 12:09 PM

I am disappointed that there was not at least one top-down and one toe-up pattern readily available  with tips and hints for beginners similar to the cast-on methods.   Your people mentioned both methods--in fact one person likes top-up best.  As a beginner,  I was disappoihnted and felt you were publishing  for the people  who are already in love with sock knitting.

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Anne Merrow wrote
on Jan 10, 2011 11:14 AM

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I'm sorry you were disappointed.

 Each of the designers in the first issue felt that a top-down pattern would work best for the design they had in mind. The next issue features a mix of top-down and toe-up patterns.

 Deciding on the level of the material was really challenging; as a counterpoint, I received messages from a number of readers who found the material in the first issue too basic because they were very experienced sock knitters. A happy medium is hard to find! I hope the first issue will be of use to you as you fall more in love with sock knitting--which is pretty habit-forming.

 We'd consider doing a more beginner-focused issue in the future if there was sufficient interest.

(Sorry for the weird code at the top! I can't seem to make it go away...)

 

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