This is a two-part class. Both sections of the class will automatically be placed in your cart when you select one of the sessions.
This class is designed to help beginner sock knitters understand the basics of sock knitting, starting with needle selection, yarn choices, sock construction, and sock knitting options. In this class you will learn a clear and simplified method of knitting a sock top down with heel flap and gusset on two circular needles with no more transferring or rearranging of stitches. The class will also cover the Kitchener stitch for finishing the toe and the basics of customizing your sock for the best fit.
Student will receive a class outline and video references.
Technique Requirements: This class is appropriate for beginners who can cast on, knit, purl, bind off, increase and decrease. Experience with knitting in the round would be very helpful.
Each student should have 50 grams of light-colored worsted-weight yarn, two 24-inch circular needles, size US 5, 6, or 7, stitch markers