A Few Good Reasons to Knit Socks
Why would anyone knit an item that costs only a few dollars at Target? Well, knitters have good reasons!
Changing Yarns for Striped Socks
Changing colors when knitting always demands extra care.
Choosing Yarn for Socks
So you’ve decided to knit a pair of socks, and are looking for yarn. Lucky you! The knittiverse is filled with gorgeous yarns, including those specifically designated as ‘sock yarns.’ How do you choose?
Four Eco Friendly Sock Yarns
You can make environmentally friendly socks! Try one of these yarn lines.
Four Free Baby Sock Patterns on Ravelry
Need a last-minute gift for a baby shower? These patterns are go-tos.
Gauge and Sock Projects
Even when knitting socks, gauge is important. Here's a few reasons why.
Simply Socks Yarn Company
Sock knitters will love this site, which offers a products from a unique set of small businesses.
Why not start the New Year by knitting a pair of socks?
You can call it Soctober or Sock-o-we'en, but either way...grab yourself a pumpkin latte and knit a pair of socks!
Small projects make for great summertime knitting. Why not try a new technique? Socks are great for learning or reviewing stranded techniques.
That Second Sock Syndrome
One sock is finished. The other is taking... forever. What to do? Here's an SOS for the dreaded SSS...
The Dutch Heel
Try a new heel technique! The Dutch heel works well for feet without very high or low arches.
The Parts of A Sock
New to sock knitting? Recognizing the different parts of a sock makes the task easier.
The Short Row Sock Heel
Do you have a skein of sock yarn that seems to fight every pattern? Or are you simply in the mood to improvise? Once you learn how to short-row a heel, you’re all set.
Three Non-Wool Sock Yarns
Hope springs eternal for the non-wool crowd, and the debate rages on: is it possible to make beautiful, long-wearing socks from yarn that doesn’t contain wool?
Toe Up Socks by Wendy Johnson [offsite link]
Wendy Johnson, author of Socks from the Toes Up: Essential Techniques and Patterns from Wendy Knits describes her toe up method of sock construction.
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