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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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|Style||Classic, Eco-Friendly, Whimsical, Romantic, Traditional|
What materials did you use? Naturally Caron Spa (Color: "Naturally"); one US2 Harmony circular needle.
What are you most proud of? The finished sock, of course! And understanding different ways to make the adjustment needed for calf-high socks.
What advice would you give someone starting this project? I love Judy's Magic Cast On for toe-up socks, and find it solves the problem of the cast on row looking a little loose. It seems hard to learn, but once you get the rhythm of it ("hand memory"), you can cast on faster than long-tail. I also make all my socks with one circ--I'm way too good at losing needles, so this helps!