Two birds, one skein

I hate to say “killing” two birds with one skein (or stone) because that makes it sound so negative. When, in fact, knitting two socks at the same time is a fantastic way to save time and energy while ensuring that your socks match perfectly. Plus, if you do your socks from the toe-up, you’ll never run out of yarn again!

Two at once socks class
For those already familiar with knitting socks on two circular needles. Class pre-requisite: our toe-up socks on two circular needles class or equivalent experience.

Wednesday, Oct 29, Nov 5. 6:00 – 800 pm.
with Chrissy Gardiner
$40
Materials: One skein sport-weight yarn, 2 sets size US2 circular needles
Includes: Handout
Skills learned: Knitting two socks at the same time on two circular needles.

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