Often when people think about knitting, they imagine a lady knitting a sock on tiny double-pointed needles. Of course, it’s just a stereotype, and we can knit so many different projects. But socks do take a very special place in knitting – from what we know so far, the first thing people EVER knit was a sock.
Even though knitting a sock could seem to be a complicated project, in reality, sock knitting is quite simple. Once you understand how it works, you’ll be able to “whip up” different socks in any size using whatever yarn you have on hand.
There are many ways to make socks – some of them are more challenging than others. In this course, I’ll show you the easiest way I know. Join this course and learn a simple “sock recipe”.
We’ll talk about a way to plan the socks, what measurements to use and how to knit a sock step by step.
Whether you are about to knit your first pair, or whether you are a seasoned sock knitter, you will find all the information you need to knit well-fitting socks for anyone in your family.
It is a self-paced course, so you can work on it on your own time without any pressure and deadlines.
When you sign up for this course, you’ll receive instructions on how to access the course along with your personal password.
The instructions on how to access the course dashboard are in a PDF.
Click the link “Simple Way to Knit Socks Course Access” under “Download” in the order confirmation to download the PDF with instructions.
It contains the link to the course dashboard and your personal password.
Your access to the course materials will not expire, so feel free to work on the course materials whenever you have time and return back to this course later for a refresher.
6 Videos (52 min) | 13 PDFs (43 pages)
Planning the Socks
Sizing the Socks
Sock Size Chart
Three Ways to Make a Stretchy Cast On
The Cuff and the Leg Part
Reserving Stitches for the Heel
How to Reserve Stitches for a Heel
The Foot Part
The Toe Part
How to Pick Up Stitches Reserved for a Heel
Stitch Patterns Suitable for Socks
How to Measure Knitting Gauge
Five Ways to Join Stitches for Working in the Round
How to Knit in the Round with the Magic Loop
Five Ways to Make an SSK (slip, slip, knit)-like Decrease
Kitchener Stitch in Two Simple Steps