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Knitting a toe-up sock, using the Magic Loop method & a100cm circular knitting needle

Knitting a toe-up sock, using the Magic Loop method & circular knitting needle

Own design, knitted, triangle shoulder wrap/shawl. I'm using hand spun British sheep fleece from Weave Knit It.

Own design, knitted, triangle shoulder wrap/shawl. I'm using hand spun British sheep fleece from Weave Knit It.

The Magical Magic Loop. An alternative method to DPNs. I've used it and am hooked. Really reduces the laddering I get with multiple needles.

Magic Loop Knitting: How-to Circular Knitting Projects

The Magical Magic Loop Sep 2009 by Kathleen Cubley [Pin It] I started knitting circular objects—socks, gloves, mittens, hats, and s.

Detail of neck on diagonally knitted cowl

Detail of neck on diagonally knitted cowl

Fair Isle mittens.... worked 2 at a time.... on one circular needle.... with 4 strands of yarn... hell yeah! #knitting

ResQCrafts: WIP: Extreme Knitting Experience with Fair Isle Mittens

38 Likes, 2 Comments - London, UK (@bigbagmomma) on Instagram

38 Likes, 2 Comments - London, UK (@bigbagmomma) on Instagram

Free Pattern! Toe Up, Heal Flap, Magic Loop Toddler Socks

My Virtual Sanity: Free Pattern! Toe Up, Heal Flap, Magic Loop Toddler Socks

2 at a time, toe up socks, on one circular needle, with self pattering yarn.

2 at a time, toe up socks, on one circular needle, with self pattering yarn.

Provisional Cast On. This is a pictorial representation of Emily Ocker's Cast On, used to start a piece of circular knitting (like a tablecloth, shawl or dishcloth) in the middle. The magical thing is that after knitting a few rounds, you can pull on the loose yarn end to close the hole in the center - I used it on this doily for example. It's also excellent for starting toe-up socks! (In fact that's what I was doing in these photographs.)

Emily Ocker Cast-on 10 Here I've made 6 stitches. Transfer these evenly spaced onto double pointed needles to begin knitting. When you have knit for a few inches, pull the loose yarn end around the center to close the hole!

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