The Sock Knitter's Handbook - KnitPicks Staff Knitting Blog
I love books that are already spiralbound if nothing else because I don’t have to make a trip to Kinkos to have it spiral bound. I guess spiral binding is a sign of my respect for a book in some sort of weird way that I really don’t want to examine too closely. The Sock Knitter’s Handbook by Charlene Schurch and Beth Parrott is one of those kind of knitting books. Not a pattern book but it will definitely get you heading towards your sock yarn stash whether you are just beginning to explore…
Free Knitting Pattern and Class for Easy Pom Pom Socks
Knitting patterns and tutorials for easy and beginner level socks. Many of the patterns are free
Pin on hand knitted sweaters
I am so disappointed when I knit something that doesn't fit. Aren't you? There are some patterns where you don't have to worry about fit a lot, such as scarves and cowls, but most patterns need a little thought about how they will fit the recipient. Sock knitting is included in that category. Although you may think you need to know just the length of the feet of the person you're knitting for, you would be wrong. Sorry. Kate Atherley, author of, Custom Socks: Knit to Fit Your Feet, and stars…
k1p1 invisible bind-off tutorial
this being my first real adventure in toe-up socks, i was a loss as to what bind off to use. sensational knitted socks didn’t have a recommended bind-off (did it?)…and i’ve read e…
Socktoberfest: 4 Ways to Cast-on Toe-Up Socks
Maybe you like to use every yard of sock yarn. Perhaps you want to try on your socks as you go. Or it could be that Kitchener stitch gives you hives. There are plenty of reasons to knit toe-up socks. Try one of these four methods and find your favorite fit. Turkish/Eastern Toe This super-simple invisible method can double as a provisional cast-on. 1. Hold two needles (dpns, 2 cir needles, or both ends of 1 cir) parallel. Leaving a 6' (12.5 cm) tail in front, bring yarn from front to back…
as promised: a short-row heel tutorial
Mmmmmkay. Here goes - sorry some of the photos are blurry, it's just me and my 2.1 mp camera round here! Consider this my contribution to Socktoberfest! Photo heavy post, of course. Click photos to...
My Go-To Simple Toe Up Sock Guide | Lofty Loops Yarns
There are a million of these floating all over the interwebs, but I’ve been asked multiple times how I knit my socks. I hope this helps! This is in no way tested by other knitters or perfect — it is just my method that I either stick to or tweak a bit until I’m happy […]
Try a different toe increase. — Louise Tilbrook Designs
If you like toe-up socks as much as I do, why not try a different type of toe increase? Most patterns have you start with Judy's magic cast on (or similar) and then increase by working Kfb ( knit into front and back) or M1 L/R make 1 left/right. Now I don't know about you but I'm fairly confident t
Fleegle's Toe-Up No-Flap, No-Hassle Sock Pattern
Directions are for toe-up on two circulars.The example is given for 48 stitches, but you can use any number you like. To work this sock fr...
No Wrap Short Row Heel Tutorial pattern by Kaity Fraker
This is a tutorial on No Wrap Short Row Heels for socks. You can use this heel top-down or toe up, and can also be used as a toe.
Les fiches techniques | Technical sheets — Alice Hammer
Téléchargez les fiches techniques Alice Hammer illustrées par Amandine Delaunay | Download the Alice Hammer technical sheets illustrated by Amandine Delaunay