Knitting: Learn to Knit Two-at-a-time Top-down Socks
with Amy Gullen
Saturdays, July 23 & 30 and August 6, 1-3 pm
$55 + supplies
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Have you wanted to learn to knit socks? Do you suffer from second sock syndrome or do your socks turn out 2 different sizes? Two-at-a-time, top-down socks are a great way to learn sock knitting and are a fix for common sock issues. This is also a great project to learn the magic loop method for knitting in the round.
During the class, you will knit a pair of baby socks so that you can finish a pair over the 3 sessions.
· 1 center-pull or 2 smaller balls of fingering-weight yarn- 70 yards total. The average skein of sock yarn will give you plenty of yarn to make the class project and a pair of medium women socks.
· 36" (24-48" will also work) circular needles. US size #1 (or #0 if you are a loose knitter and #1.5 if a tight knitter). You can also use 2 24" or longer circular needles if you prefer not to use magic loop. Gauge is not particularly important for the class project.
· Tapestry needle
(three session class)