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Beginning Socks - Zoom

Learn how to knit socks using the magic loop technique. Top down with insertion of the short row heel.  Prior experience with the magic loop is necessary.  

Includes how to fit sock for your foot, determining gauge, how to knit a short row heel.   Rounded Kitchener technique.  

Advanced Beginner Skill Level

Advanced instruction before the class will be sent via email.  Please make sure the shop has your current email on file.  

Purchase Sock Kit* separately online or in store.

Class is conducted via Zoom*.   Two sessions. 

Each session is recorded for playback on our YouTube channel with a private link.  

There is no charge for Zoom classes.  We request that you use yarn purchased at the shop.  

*Once you have purchased your kit you will be added to the email contact list.

Homework:  (if possible please complete before first class).  

Purchase sock yarn  (recommended Lazy Bee in a lighter color). 

CO 56 sts (Womens size 7 or below), CO 64 (Womens size 8-9 1/2 or below)   CO 72 (Womens size 10 or above)  on a #0 needle*

CO 72 (Mens size 9 above)  CO 80 (Mens size 12 above)*

Cast on over two needles held together to make sure your cast on is not to tight.  Divide to work in the round, magic loop.  

Knit 2 by 2 ribbing for approximately 1 inch.  Switch to stockinette stitch (knit every round) until leg measures 6" to 7" from cast on edge.  

*If you know you are a tight knitter, you many want to use a #1 needle. 

Download before class: 

Homework - Cast on and Knit the Leg

Knitting the Heel Instructions

Watch these YouTube Videos to get started: 



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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.