Color My Cuffs is a good introduction to fair isle knitting, or a bit of fun if you’re experienced with fair isle. In the video, I demonstrate the basic techniques used for this and all stranded knitting projects. This free pattern, coloring page, and video tutorial is sponsored by KPC Yarn, using their Novomerino DK. […]Check This Out
Pattern includes instructions for both DK/Sport weight yarn, and Sock/Fingering weight yarn. Pattern + four-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Pattern includes sizes for women, men, and kids. Pattern + links to a four-part video tutorial.Check This Out
If you avoid knitting socks because you don’t like wraps & turns, this one’s for you, babe. Pattern includes link to a bonus video which explains how to work these socks using magic loop and two at-a-time.Check This Out
Cold feet? These bulky slipper socks, made of wool, are just the ticket to keep your feet warm all winter. Pattern + links to four-part video tutorial.Check This Out
Pattern includes instructions for both worsted-weight and sock-weight yarns, each in sizes for children, women, and men.Check This Out
This tutorial demonstrates how to knit two socks at-a-time, using magic loop – or one long circular needle to knit both socks.
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In sizes for men, women, and kids!
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Here’s how to avoid “second sock syndrome”. This series of seven videos guides you through knitting two socks at the same time, using two circular needles.
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These videos use a simple pattern and worsted-weight yarn to quickly get you through the tricky parts of sock knitting.
The techniques you learn here will set you up for working most other cuff-down (traditional) sock patterns.
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