Episode 1011 – Sock It To Me

Join host Eunny Jang to get started on knitting socks on this episode of Knitting Daily TV. You'll learn how to knit a sock, turn the heel, and even finish your toes with the kitchner stitch.

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Getting Started:
Learn the basics of sock knitting with this tutorial about getting started and turning the sock's heel.
Eunny is wearing the Gathered Blouse by Katya Frankel from the Fall 2012 issue of Knit.wear.
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Knitalong – Wheeled Lace Shawl, Part 2:
Kristin Omdahl is back with her Wheeled Lace Shawl pattern knitalong, this time diving into how to read the medallion lace chart and increase and decrease correctly when knitting this delicate, open, lace shawl. Knit along with Kristin and download the free pattern for the Wheeled Lace Shawl.
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Yarn Spotlight:
It's all about sock yarn on this episode's Yarn Spotlight. Expert Clara Parkes shows off two sock yarns, one cozy and warm with great stitch definition and the other a strong, colorful yarn with wicking abilities. Featured on this spotlight is Bijou Basin Ranch's Tibetan Dream Sock Yarn and Holiday Yarn's FlockSock yarn.
Sponsored by Bijou Basin Ranch and Holiday Yarns.

Quick Tip:
Learn how to finish your socks with Eunny's quick tip for Kitchiner stitch, a great way to close your toes.
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For more tips, techniques, and patterns seen on the show, visit www.knittingdailytv.com.

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ABOUT THE SHOW: Knitting Daily TV is an exciting needle crafts how-to program on public television covering everything from knitting and crochet to stitching, felting, and spinning. The show guides viewers in learning to make fun yet smart one-of-a-kind designs using the latest products in yarn and fiber. Download free patterns, meet trendsetting knit and crochet designers, and improve or learn new skills and techniques.

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