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Donna teaches basic sock knitting, but even experienced sock knitters will pick up new tricks, including the Kitchener stitch and figure-8 cast-on.
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What materials did you use? Worsted weight yarn. Circular needles -magic loop method: U.S. size 5 ( 3.75 mm) and U.S. size 7 (4.5 mm)
What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you are new to sock and/or knitting, use your first project as a learning and practicing project. I remade each section of the sock at least 3 times. I would undo the section if I did not like it and knitted it again. I found grabbing the stitches from the upper portion of the heel difficult, but after attempting a few times I finally found a way to hold the stitches until I needed them. The progress on the second sock is now easy to knit, since I practically make the first sock about 3 times.