Just one stitch will cause your sock to “lean” to the left or the right. Make one of each and you have a pair of politically correct socks. This top down sock starts with a unique bobble row and spirals on down to an easy short row heel. Everyone votes for this sock!
Knit with Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sock and revealed in September, 2008.
Building Blocks is a skill building class that has students knitting a different 12″ block every month that can be pieced together to create a lovely sampler afghan. The emphasis of this class is EDUCATION. Students are guided through the various stitches and techniques each month as their knitting knowledge is increased. With a different skill focus each month there is something new to learn at each class. Topics such as gauge, cast ons, bind offs, cables, increases, decreases, lace, pattern reading and more are covered. This class has become popular thanks to the content and the friendly atmosphere. Join in the fun!
New session beginning in early 2011 at Knitting Temptations of Dublin, Ohio. Contact me with any questions.
Mystery Sock Group is a class held at Temptations in Dublin, Ohio for the truly sock addicted. An original sock design is revealed one round at a time as knitters work their way to uncovering the pattern’s beauty. Every session focuses on new techniques and tips with an emphasis on FUN! The class is open to all sock knitters (double points, two circs or magic loop). The highlight of every class is when the treasure box is unlocked and the completed sock makes its debut. Knitters receive a pattern, education and inspiration to complete their own sock masterpieces.
Look for previous Mystery Sock designs on the pattern link.
Students can check here for homework and class updates.
Register at Temptations for this popular class or contact me to bring Mystery Sock to your shop/group.
Rediscover the simple beauty of the knit and purl stitch as you work this top down sock. The brick inspired design paves the way to a sturdy and comfortable garter stitch short row heel. This easy heel is perfect for first time short row knitters. Check out the video instructions for this heel on the video lessons link.
This sock debuted as Mystery Sock #17 in September 2009 and knit with Spud and Chloe fingering weight yarn.
Here I am in Temptations’ sock room, my favorite place to be. You’ve got to love a room filled with gorgeous, yummy sock yarn!
I am wearing my Sock Doctor lab coat and helping a fellow sock knitter repair a boo-boo. I have made it my priority to be as sock knowledgeable as possible. You are always welcome to bring your sock concerns into the shop. If you are too far away, feel free to email me your questions. I want you to love your socks!