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Sock Knitting Videos 

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CLICK HERE for my FREE PDF Download Sock Knitting Pattern and knit your first pair of Cuff Down Socks, using a circular needle and the Magic Loop method.

You will need a 1 x 100 gram ball of 4ply Sock Yarn, a 2.5mm Circular Needles (80cm Length) and a wool type sewing needle to use at the very end for sewing in a couple of yarn ends.

The YouTube videos below will guide you through all the techniques you need to know and before you know it  - you'll be addicted to sock knitting! 

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Magic Loop Method of Knitting for Socks

Learn to knit your socks with the Magic Loop method for knitting, using a circular needle.

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How to Knit a Short Row Shaped Heel

In this video I show you how to knit a Short Row Shaped heel, using the "Wrap and Turn" Method.

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How to Knit a Short Row Shaped Heel

In this video I show you my method for preventing the little holes that can appear at Corner Points of the heel section, when knitting Short Row Heeled Socks.

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How to Decrease at the Toes

In this video I show you how to decrease at the toe section, where the decreases on both sides, face inwards. This is also know as "Paired Decreases".

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How to Work Kitchener Stitch
(Grafting the Toes)

In this video I show you how to close the top of the toes section of the toe, using a sewing needle and yarn to create a smooth seam free finish.

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Left Handed - How to Work Kitchener Stitch
(Grafting the Toes)

Left Handed - In this video I show you how to close the top of the toes section of the toe, using a sewing needle and yarn to create a smooth seam free finish.