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Learn to Knit Two-At-A-Time Socks

Learn to Knit Two-At-A-Time Socks

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In this class, you will learn a basic cuff down sock pattern using the two-at-a-time magic loop method (no second sock syndrome)! You'll be set up to fill your sock drawer with cozy, hand-knit socks to wear year-round.

There are a couple spots in each session that are open to drop-in students, the rest are reserved for students coming to every class. Each class is focused on a specific technique. If you are only coming to a few sessions, refer to the lesson plan below to plan your drop-ins:

Session 1: anatomy of the two-at-a-time process and German twisted cast on
Session 2: making progress on leg and troubleshooting
Session 3: knitting the heel flap
Session 4: knitting the heel turn
Session 5: making progress on foot and troubleshooting
Session 6: toe decreases and grafting the toe closed


Paulina (she/her)

Basic Cuff Down Socks by Beth Sketoe (free Ravelry download!)

Almost Advanced
Don't be intimidated by this, as long as you know everything listed in the required experience section below, you know enough to take this class!
You can read about how we determine skill levels here.

To take this class you must already be comfortable with the following techniques: long tail cast on, knit, purl, working in the round, working in a rib, k2tog, p2tog, ssk, weaving in ends, and some experience reading simple patterns.

Two-at-a-time magic loop, German twisted cast on, flap and gusset heel turn, putting stitches on hold, picking up stitches, and the kitchener stitch/grafting.

REQUIRED TOOLS - available for purchase at the shop
US 1 / 2.25 mm 40–47" circular needles. Needles are available for purchase at the shop if you don't already gave the required size.

REQUIRED MATERIALS  - available for purchase at the shop
300–450 yards of fingering weight sock yarn. We recommend using Manos del Uruguay Alegria, a gorgeous hand-dyed merino/nylon blend sock yarn.

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