Toe-Up Socks with Wedge Toe and Short-Row Heel
Most knitters learn to knit socks from the cuff down to the toe, but they can also be knitted in the opposite direction—from toe up to the cuff, eliminating the need to pick up stitches for the gusset or work the dreaded Kitchener stitch. Learn to knit socks from the toe up using an Eastern cast-on, short-row heel, and flexible sewn bind-off. You will make a small sock to learn all of the skills in one day and leave ready to knit socks in a variety of sizes and yarn weights.
A pattern for a miniature sock and a table for converting to other sizes will be provided.
Must be comfortable knitting small circumferences in rounds and following row-by-row instructions.
In-person: 6 hours