Basic Cuff-Down Socks Class!
Instructor: Shaina Scott
Day: This class is divided into sessions on Saturdays, September 18 and 25, and October 2, to enable students to complete an adult-sized sock (these 3 sessions total 4 hours of class time).
Time: Session 1 on September 18, 9–10 am (1 hour). Note that the second and third sessions are scheduled 9–10:30.
Class Fee: $60
Materials Fee: None. A handout will be provided.
Class Size: min 1/no max
Minimum Age: 12
Skill Level: Adventurous beginner. Students should be comfortable with knits and purls, and be ready and willing to learn a lot of new techniques.
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During this class, students will learn every step of making socks from the cuff down! This is a great beginning sock knitting course if you’ve never knit socks, but even experienced sock knitters will learn new tips and techniques along the way. We’ll be making a single sock (this is not a two-at-a-time class) using fingering-weight yarn, but the pattern gives 12 sock sizes for babies through XXL adults so you can pick the size you would like to make in class. This stockinette sock features a German-twisted cast-on, heel-flap and gusset, a standard wedge toe, and a kitchener-stitch closure. By the end of class students will have a finished sock and all the skills to cast on for a second sock right away!
Participants should bring enough fingering-weight yarn for the size of sock you will be making (light-colored, solid, or semi-solid colors are recommended); double points or size and preferred needle type to obtain gauge (loose knitters will use a US 0 [2.0 mm]; most knitters will be comfortable with a US 1; tight knitters should try a US 2); measuring tape; locking stitch markers; scissors; tapestry needle; and notepad and pen. I will provide copies of my Basic Cuff-Down Socks pattern.