2-at-a-Time Socks: Revealed Inside. . . The Secret of Knitting Two at Once on One Circular Needle; Works for any Sock Pattern!
Knitting one sock is fun and rewarding, but finishing its partner can become a chore that leaves well-intentioned knitters suffering from “second sock syndrome.” With this two-at-a-time technique you can easily finish a full pair of socks on the same day. Step-by-step photographs illustrate how to cast on and knit two socks together on one long circular needle, whatever the pattern or shape. Lonely, abandoned single socks are now a thing of the past!
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begin sock beginning of rounds beginning of sock beginning with sock Belle Époque cable needle center of sock close gap end of row finished foot circumference Gusset Decreases Round heel flap row heel stitches instep stitches K2tog Kitchener Stitch instructions Knit across sock Knit all stitches knit to last knit to marker Knitting the Legs last 3 stitches left side locking stitch marker Move to sock needle and hold o a Q o u Q o u P1 ribbing Picking Up Stitches purl Q o a Q o u Q Remove any markers right side facing Round 2 Knit Rounds Repeat Rounds Row 2 Slip Rows Repeat Rows side of sock skein sock A instep sock B heel sock B sole stitch before gap stitch pattern stitch with yarn stitches as established Stitches for Gussets stitches of sock stitches to cable Stockinette Stitch Turning the Heels yarn in back