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  • 5 Tips for Knitting Fair Isle Socks

    Sock knitters know that there's nothing more rewarding than knitting a challenging Fair Isle or cable sock pattern. The sense of accomplishment is pretty fantastic. When I knit socks , I prefer the self-patterning sock yarn, mainly because I'm a lazy sock knitter who want's my socks done...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Jan 23, 2015
    Filed under: Sock Knitting, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Color Knitting, Free Knitting Patterns, Knitting, How to Knit Socks
  • Knitscene Winter Patterns!

    Though we've had some warmer days in Colorado recently, we all know that winter is far from over! Many of us around the office have been working on cowls and scarves that we can wear immediately, necessary shields against those sneaky winter winds. If you are looking for some ideas to cast on post...
    Posted to Inside Knitscene by LouisaDemmitt on Jan 20, 2015
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Techniques, Sock Knitting, Color Knitting, Knitting
  • Wondrous, Wintry Folk Art

    I've long been a fan of folk art. I have plenty of this type of art in my house, and I love it. Lucinda Guy's book, First Frost , is full of Nordic folk art-inspired knitting projects, and I'm excited to bring folk art to my knitting. Tanis Gray, our gadget expert on Knitting Daily TV , recently...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Dec 30, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Daily TV, Knitted Toys, Sock Knitting, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knit Gloves, Knitting Daily, Color Knitting, Knit Mittens, Knitting, How to Knit Socks
  • Jane Austen Knits in Society

    It’s possible to bring a little Jane Austen into your everyday life, but for the truly dedicated fan, there is nothing like being in the company of other Austenites. Emily Gilbert, the designer behind the handsome A Second Chance for Mr. Rushworth Socks, attended the Jane Austen Festival of North...
    Posted to Inside Jane Austen Knits by lmeyer923 on Dec 10, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Sock Knitting
  • Cozy Slippers

    Since my slippers are my work shoes (I love working at home!), I an quite the slipper connoisseur. Every year, I get a new pair of heavy duty clog-style slippers, and I have some softer, cozier slippers for curling up in front of the fire with my knitting. One of my favorite knitted slipper patterns...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Dec 5, 2014
    Filed under: Sock Knitting, Knitted Accessories, Knitting Patterns, Knitting Daily, Knitting
  • How to make a yarn butterfly

    Have you heard of vertically stranded colorwork? It's a wonderful technique developed by Lorilee Beltman. Vertical stranding is easy, once you get the hang of it; you simply knit one column of stitches with a different color. Here are some examples of vertical stranding: Four ways to implement vertical...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Nov 19, 2014
    Filed under: Sock Knitting, Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Color Knitting, Knitting
  • Work Fair Isle Socks Without Gussets...And remember to wash them sometimes!

    Years ago, I designed the Bandelier Socks for Interweave Knits . In order to have a solid, contrast-color heel but minimal interruption to the colorwork of the foot, I had to avoid a traditional sock gusset. Why? Well, when you work a traditional heel flap, back and forth in rows, then pick up a gusset...
    Posted to Inside Knits by LisaShroyer on Nov 5, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting Techniques, Knitting Patterns, Sock Knitting, Color Knitting, Knitting, How to Knit Socks
  • Which Jane Austen Heroine Should You Knit As?

    Living Jane Austen During the photo shoot for Jane Austen Knits 2014, we enjoyed pretending that we were living in one of her novels. The magazine is more homage than literal interpretation—there are women's sweater knitting patterns, a men's Fair Isle vest pattern, and children's knitting...
    Posted to Inside Jane Austen Knits by Anne Merrow on Oct 29, 2014
    Filed under: Knitting, How To Knit, Color Knitting, How to Knit Socks, Knitting Patterns, Knitting for Children, Sweater Knitting Patterns, Sock Knitting, Knitting Techniques
  • Use a Toe-up Sock Cast-on to Work Hems

    Have you ever worked toe-up socks? There are a few methods to cast on for a seamless toe in these "backwards" beauties--methods such as the figure 8 cast-on, which requires winding yarn in figure 8's around two double-pointed needles to create parallel sets of stitches on two needles. A...
    Posted to Inside Knits by LisaShroyer on Oct 21, 2014
    Filed under: How To Knit, Knitting Techniques, Sock Knitting, Knitting Stitches, Color Knitting, Toe Up Socks, Knitting
  • Knits for Frosty Weather

    Matti Gloves Kettu Top I love color knitting and Scandinavian design. Imagine my delight when First Frost by Lucinda Guy was delivered to my door! Lucinda delivers, as always. There so many are beautiful, colorful patterns in this book, along with interesting techniques in the Scandinavian tradition...
    Posted to Knitting Daily by Kathleen Cubley on Oct 13, 2014
    Filed under: Knitted Toys, Sock Knitting, Knitting Techniques, How To Knit, Knitting Patterns, Knit Gloves, Knitting Gifts, Color Knitting, Knitting, How to Knit Socks
  • Gentleman's Golfing Stockings

    Laurie Sundstrom Materials Yarn: Brown Sheep Company Nature Spun, 100% wool yarn, fingering weight, 310 yards (283.5 m)/50 gram (1.75 oz) skein, 3 skeins of #N39F Navy Nite (MC) and 1 skein of #125F Goldenrod (CC); www.brownsheep.com Needles: Set of double pointed, size 1 (2.25 mm) or size needed to...
    Posted to Patterns by Karen Brock on Sep 17, 2013
    Filed under: Sock knitting, Weldon's patterns, Unofficial Downton Abbey Knits 2013
  • From Weldon’s: A Knitted Sock or Stocking with Provision of a Second Heel and Toe

    Ann Budd Brown Sheep Nature Spun, 100% wool yarn, sportweight, 184 yards (168.2 m)/50 gram (1.8 oz) skein, 1 (2) skeins of #148S Autumn Leaves (MC), 1 skein of #124S Butterscotch (CC) Needles, set of 4 double pointed, size 4 (3.5 mm) or size needed to obtain gauge Marker Tapestry needle Finished size...
    Posted to Patterns by Piecework Magazine on Sep 10, 2012
    Filed under: Socks, Sock knitting, Ann Budd, piecework, knitting traditions, sock construction
  • Egyptian Socks to Knit

    By Nancy Bush The inspiration for these decorative socks comes from the collection of The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C. The socks are typical of Islamic footwear of the fifteenth to sixteenth centuries. Wendy Guernsey, 5-ply 100% wool yarn, sportweight, 245 yards (224.0 m)/100 gram (3.5 oz) skein...
    Posted to Patterns by Piecework Magazine on Jun 8, 2012
    Filed under: Sock pattern, Sock knitting patterns, Knit sock, Knitted socks, Sock knitting pattern, Sock patterns, Socks, Knit sock patterns, Sock knitting, Knitted sock pattern, Knit socks, knit, Nancy Bush, traditional, knitting, piecework
  • Art Deco Argyle Stockings

    A modern twist on the classic argyle socks, these knee socks feature an off-set argyle pattern. The leg is worked flat, using intarsia to make the argyle design, then the piece is joined in the round for the heel flap and foot. Designer Lisa D. Jacobs Finished Size 11¼ (12¼, 13¼...
    Posted to Patterns by Sharon Zientara on Nov 17, 2010
    Filed under: Sock knitting, Intereweave Knits, Intarsia in the round, Interweave Knits Winter 2010, Lisa D. Jacobs
  • Alpha Stockings

    These knee socks are great for anyone who wants to practice cable knitting. Beginning from the toe-up, the gusset stitches flow into the sole of the foot, while the heel flap pattern adds to the cables up the back of the leg. Designer Jenna Hurry Finished Size 6¼" foot circumference, unstretched...
    Posted to Patterns by Sharon Zientara on Nov 17, 2010
    Filed under: Sock knitting, Jenna Hurry, Intereweave Knits, cabled socks, Interweave Knits Winter 2010
  • Episode 510 Preview

    Circular needles aren't just for knitting in the round! Anything that can be knitted on two straight needles can be knitted back and forth on circulars. On this episode of Knitting Daily TV we take a look at all things circular--from sock knitting, to circular motifs, to shaping the neck on a garment...
    Posted to Knitting Daily TV by AnnieB on Sep 1, 2010
    Filed under: Video, Kristin Omdahl, Spinning, eunny jang, zontee hou, socks, Knitting, Knitter, felting, www.knittingdaily.com, how to, techniques, free patterns, Yarn, Knit, tips, designers, crochet, WEBS, books, knitted, Mittens, sock knitting, Cat Bordhi
  • Blackberry Jam Socks

    Top-down socks worked on double-pointed needles with a traditional heel flap and Kitchener stitch toe. A simple rib pattern makes these socks easy to customize. Designer Amy Palmer Sizes Size 7½" foot circumference and 9½" long from back of heel to tip of toe; to fit U.S. women’s...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Jun 30, 2010
    Filed under: Knitscene, Intermediate, #1 - Super Fine, Kitchener Stitch, Socks, Sock knitting, knit in the round, Amy Palmer, Knitscene Fall 2010
  • First-Time Tube Socks

    Easy first-time tube socks for a beginning sock knitter. Worked in the round with worsted weight yarn on larger needles without a heel with an easy overall pattern. Designer Ann Budd Finished Size 7 (9)" foot circumference and 17¼ (15)" long from CO to tip of toe; to fit a woman’s...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Oct 27, 2009
    Filed under: Easy, #4 - Medium, Knitting in the round, Socks, Sock knitting, Interweave Knits, Ann Budd, Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts 2009, Knitscene Winter 2007
  • Bandelier Socks

    Intermediate socks worked in the round with Fair Isle stranded colorwork in seven colors. A short-row heel eliminates the foot gusset. Designer Lisa Shroyer Finished Size 7½" foot circumference and 9¾" long from back of heel to tip of toe, to fit U.S. women’s shoe size 8½...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Aug 11, 2009
    Filed under: Colorwork, Intermediate, Lisa Shroyer, Fair Isle, #1 - Super Fine, Sock knitting patterns, Sock patterns, Socks, Sock knitting, Interweave Knits, Interweave Knits Fall 2009
  • Freshman Cable Socks

    These intermediate socks are worked top-down with cables that spiral around the foot. The charts are easy to follow. Knitting in the round and Kitchener stitch are the basic skills required to knit these cabled socks. Designer Star Athena Size 7" foot circumference and 9" long from tip of toe...
    Posted to Patterns by AmyPalmer on Aug 3, 2009
    Filed under: Women, Knitscene, In the Round, Intermediate, Cables, Knitscene Fall 2009, Working in the round, DPNs, Knitting in the round, Star Athena, Knitted sock patterns, Sock pattern, Hand knit socks, #1 - Super Fine, Sock knitting patterns, Knit sock, Knitted socks, Sock knitting pattern, Knitted sock, Kitchener Stitch, Sock patterns, Socks, Knit sock patterns, Sock knitting, Knitted sock pattern, Knit socks
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