Okay, I've hit my first sock roadblock. I'm skimming the page in Sensational Knitted Socks labeled "Troubleshooting," trying to figure out the gusset methodology.
Question #1: I'm picking up stitches after the heel turn to prepare to work the gusset. Am I just putting the selvedge stitch on the needle, or doing a conventional pick-up with a strand of yarn that loops through the edge of the fabric and then is placed on my needle?
And Question #2: how do I end up with 23 stitches on my needle? I have 10 from the heel turn; Schurch's instructions tell me to pick up 8 stitches, pick up 2 more at top of the gusset, place marker, P1, K2, P2, K2, P1. In my math world, that equals 19 stitches, not 23.