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Top-Down Socks, Two-at-a-Time

Why learn two-at-a-time socks top-down, especially if you can already knit them toe-up? Because the top-down method has many important techniques that you must master if you are going to be a Knitting Superstar.

Course content:

Introduction

  • Why Top-Down Socks?
  • Two-at-a-Time… For the First Time?
  • How To Use This Course

Project - Top-Down Socks, Two-at-a-Time

  • Top-Down Sock Pattern
  • Choose Your Materials
  • Following The Pattern Easily
  • Pattern Walk-Through

Cast On for Socks and Knit Cuff

  • Two-at-a-Time Cast-On
  • Ribbed Cuff
  • Optional Lace Pattern
  • Knit the Cuff

Troubleshooting While You Knit

  • Keep Balls Of Yarn From Tangling
  • Avoiding Gaps at the Sides
  • Socks Not Joined On One Side
  • Removing Socks to Unravel

Heel and Gusset

  • Heel Flap
  • Turn Heel
  • Pick Up And Knit For The Gusset
  • Repeat On Second Sock
  • How to Purl Backwards
  • Finish Picking Up All Stitches
  • Shape Gusset

Foot, Toe, and Finishing

  • Knit Foot
  • Decrease For Toe
  • Bind Off In Kitchener Stitch
  • Weave In Ends
  • Blocking

Advanced Top-Down Socks

  • Top-Down Socks in Other Weights
  • Adding Designs to Top-Down Socks
  • Heel-Flap Pattern Stitches

Appendix

  • Top-Down Socks Pattern
  • Two-at-a-Time Illustration
  • Kitchener Stitch Illustration

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