Ready to create your own unique colorways using sock blanks and tie-dye? It’s easier than you think! Get creative in your color choices and have fun creating your own tie-dye socks that are one of a kind.View Project
Tips and Tutorials
Learn how to knit with these handy tips and step-by-step tutorials.
Hold secondary needle behind and slightly below the right hand needle.
Insert right hand needle the first stitch on left hand needle knitwise, then bring yarn between left hand & secondary needles.
Bring yarn between left and right hand needles as if to knit, then bring yarn in front of both left hand needles.
Slide stitches back onto secondary needle. Fold with purl sides in, secondary needle in back, and left hand stitches pushed backward.
Step 1 continued:
Back side view.
Insert right hand needle knitwise through the first stitch on the left needle and then the first stitch on the secondary needle.
Knit both stitches together.
Slip both stitches
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