Just as our days are turning chilly, join us to learn the basic architecture of top-down socks. You will learn the how to construct the cuff, heel flap & turn, the gusset, and toe, as well as learning about some options for personalizing your socks. Imagine finishing the pair just in time for holiday gift giving, or to keep your own feet toasty warm all winter long.
Level: Beginner for socks, but must possess basic knitting skills.
Materials: from the Rye Light pattern – Tin Can Knits
Sock Yarn: fingering weight: 320, 380, or 480 yards for Adult sizes S, M, L.
Four double-pointed needles: US #1 (2.25mm) and US# 2 (2.50mm), or size to get gauge – 32 sts and 46 rounds/4”. You may want to make an in-the-round swatch so that you have the correct needle size when you arrive at class.
Notions: stitch markers and a darning needle to weave in ends.
Pattern: Rye Light by Tin Can Knits. Available for free from tincanknits.com. Please print and bring the pattern with you to class.