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3101 S. Frontenac St.
Seattle, WA 98108


This is not your grandmother's knitting and believe it or not, you can do it, too.  Knitting You is all about developing your confidence, creativity, expertise, and pleasure in this traditional craft that becoming anything you want it to be for you.  From beginners to those with life-long experience.  Kids, teens, men, hipsters, and yes, even grannys that never thought knitting was cool enough for them, Knitting You wants to be your knitting knowledge home.  Guarenteed. 


Two at a Time Toe-up Socks

Learning to knit socks as a pair, at the same time with toe up construction, allows the knitter to finish both socks simultaneously helping to ensure a

matching pair and avoiding what can be a sense of “having to start all over after just 

finishing, but not really finishing.”  Knitting socks from the toe to the cuff provides an

opportunity to try on the socks as they progress in order to guarantee a good fit.  The toe-up 

technique offers the added bonus of the ability to use the entire amount of available yarn 

knitting socks of a preferred leg length without worrying about running out of 

yarn on the second sock, express their personal style while building a varied wardrobe or 

individualized gifts for others.  Advancing sock knitting skill builds confidence and success 

for anyone who has mastered the fundamentals necessary to knit a pair of socks utilizing advanced sock knitting patterning, fingering weight yarn, and appropriately sized small needles.  

          Principles taught include the differences between cuff-down and toe-up 

construction, a review of reading, understanding complex patterns and following their charts, a review of yarn selection and effects of different color patterning, and a review of making modifications for fit. 

Skills taught include dividing a single skein of yarn into equal parts, long circular needle knitting in the round, toe-up cast on options, heel options for toe-up socks techniques, pattern-specific techniques, and converting cuff-down patterns to toe-up construction.

Project options, chosen by student, include socks incorporating lace, cable, or colorwork patterning using fingering weight yarn and appropriate sized needles. 

Supplies provided by student with assistance of instructor, as desired. 

Three sessions, two hours each. Practice time in class and homework between sessions. 

  Cost $75. 


Finish Both Socks at the Same Time

Two socks knitted at the same time 
Two socks knitted at the same time

Check Fit  As You Knit and and Even Use All of Your  Yarn

Images by theBon, jenny s. wren,  Jennifer Kogut, Christine liu, and desertnettie.

Two at a Time Toe-up Socks

Learn to knit socks as a pair at the same time with toe-up construction.

Helps to ensure a matching pair, a chance to try on for fit as you knit, and to use all the yarn available. 

Three 2-hour sessions are scheduled for Wednesday June 1, 8, and 15, 7-9 pm.



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Two socks knitted at the same time
With fit as you go and knit to the end of your yarn
Knitting socks that fit