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Better In Stereo: Two-At-A-Time Toe-Up Socks



Second Sock Syndrome is real. You love knitted socks, but after you finish your first sock, the second one seems to take eons to complete, and then your tension changes and you end up with socks of two different sizes. Two-At-A-Time knitting to the rescue! Laurie and Bree will teach you to knit your pair as one project so you actually get to wear it some day. Join us, and find out why sock knitting is better in stereo.

Prerequisites:

-Familiarity with sock knitting (have knitted at least one pair of socks)

Format:

Two 3-hour sessions on May 18th and June 1st.

 

Session one:

-Getting started

-toe-up cast-on for two-at-a-time

-learning the basic technique

 

Session two:

-Troubleshooting

-Working the heel

-Stretchy bind-off refresher

 

Materials needed:

-1 skein of sock yarn (approximately 400 yards) divided evenly into two balls

-US 1.5 (2.5mm) 40” circular needles (or size needed to achieve gauge of 8 stitches per inch)

-Removable stitch markers

 

Homework:

-Divide your yarn into two balls of roughly equal size/weight.

-Gauge swatch.

 

 


Instructor Bio: Bree McKee-Miller Laurie Johnson
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