Knitting socks can seem really difficult at first. There are hundreds (maybe thousands?) of sock knitting patterns out there! How do you choose? Top down or toe up? Circular needles or double pointed needles? Patterned socks or plain? Striped, solid, or variegated yarn?
|The anatomy of a knitted sock
If you're a beginning sock knitter, you start at the beginning, of course! In How to Knit Socks: Free Sock Patterns and Instructions to Learn How to Knit a Sock
, we'll go through each of these parts as we knit a sock together. You'll learn all kinds of techniques, such as how to turn a heel and how to pick up stitches; in short, you'll learn how to knit a sock!
You'll learn the step-by-step how to make hand knit socks. You'll love our easy-to-knit free sock pattern, which is a quick, large-gauge sock knitting pattern.
First you'll discover the anatomy of a sock, from the cuff to the toe. Then, we'll get into sock knitting with explanations for each step in knitting socks.You'll start with the cuff and end with the toe, with detailed instructions about how to complete each step in between.
There's even a free sock pattern for toe-up socks, plus a tutorial on knitting socks from the toe-up!
Sock knitting master Ann Budd will take you through knitting toe-up socks, and her pattern, On Your Toes Socks, is included here, too.
These instructions to learn how to knit socks will get you on your way to knitting socks from the top down and from the toe up. You'll learn all about sock knitting and you'll love knitting socks for yourself and your loved ones.
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Sock knitting is lots of fun; once you get started, you'll find it hard to stop. So get ready, here we go!