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Thanks Melinda. You make it all so easy! Your directions are very clear & I think I finally have the idea down. I have the Ann Budd book, but silly me, I didn't even think to go there for instructions. I think your step by step is far more detailed than I've seen in any of the books, anyway. My next socks: Picot, baby!

By the way - Your Toby looks just like my Clea! That photo always makes me smile.

OMG, after looking at your pictures, I finally get it. I would like to do this edge on my next pair of jaywalkers. I plan to knit them in wildfoote bluegrass.

Thank you. I have hunted for the crochet verson of the provisional crochet without success. I have tried the knit verson and I can't describe the mess it was.
Again Thank you. I can't wait to try the picot edge on my socks.

I found you through a Google search, as I've been forever trying to find simple directions for the picot edge on a sock (and how to take care of those silly waste yarn stitches!). Thanks so much for sharing the directions, so total strangers like me can have pretty picots :)

Thank you for the easy to follow instructions for this edging. Your tutorials are very much appreciated. Your whisper rib socks are a work of art!

Thanks for this! I found information about picot edging that made my head hurt, and this is so much easier to understand. I will have to try this the next time I do a pair cuff down.

I was so desperate for directions on how to do this that when my Google search turned your directions up I actually hooted! I am going to take you home with me and share your technique with my members....

yay for this tutorial! Thanks so much :)

Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial. I have just finished my first picot edge and found your tutorial so informative and easy to follow. Thanks!

THANK YOU for this awesome tutorial!

The tutorial is great. Thank you so much.

Hello! thank you so much for the informative page!! I am AT THIS MOMENT ;-) working on a picot edge baby hat. I knit 8 row, did my turning row of (k2tog, YO), and then knit another 8 rows... ow i am ready to knit my CO row to my current row!!! Too bad it looks like i did the wrong cast on - i did a typical long tail cast on, not provisional with waste yarn. Should have looked it up sooner, lOL but my book did not mention this technique. i am winging it ;-)

I suppose it is too late, and perhaps i should just keep knitting, and then later graft the edges together?

thanks again, i will save this info for next time!!! :-)

This is amazing .- thank you so much for the tutorial.

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