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July 07, 2012

Comments

Anneh

Hmmm, I've never used JMCO, although I've heard of it. I usually cast on toe up socks with a figure-8 over two needles. Is JMCO really that much better?

Lestersmama

I've used JMCO for more projects that weren't socks than were. Dispute your encouragement, I still do my socks cuff down. Perhaps this book would nudge me into the toe-up world.

Melissa Schmidt

Deb Barnhill, Judy Becker? A matchmade in heaven, thanks for posting

Natalie

JMCO changed my life! Ok, that's a bit dramatic, but JMCO completely changed a pattern that I'd put on the back burner for a year because it was unworkable and JMCO turned it all around.

Golden Fleece

I use this cast on all the time. I love rectangular shawls/stoles that start in the middle and progress out to each end. This is a great technique for this. and Toe Up socks Rock!

Julie Lanner

Sounds very interesting.
Julie in San Diego

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