Knitting: Two-at-a-time Top-down Socks
With Amy Gullen
Saturdays, April 28 and May 5, 12, and 19, 1-3 pm
$60 + Supplies
Do you want to learn how to knit socks? Do you suffer from second sock syndrome or do your socks turn out different sizes? Two-at-a-time, top-down socks are a great way to learn how to knitsocks and are a fix for those 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 make a pair of baby socks so that you can work through all parts of sock knitting over the 4 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.
US 1 (or US 0 if you are a loose knitter and US 1.5 if a tight knitter) 36" circular needle (24-48" will also work). You can also bring 2 circular needles if you don't want to use magic loop. Gauge is not particularly important for the class project but will be for children and adult socks. Pattern provided in class
You will receive 15% off all supplies you purchase for class!