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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Learn To Knit Socks! One Or Two At A Time On Magic Loop

“Thank you so much! I can't believe I am knitting socks!” -htlam1

Two-at-a-time socks are the coolest thing in knitting right now. Why? You actually save time knitting both socks at once - and they'll both look the same! You'll never suffer from second-sock syndrome ever again. Once you learn the two-at-a-time technique, you'll want to make everything in the round two-at-a-time, whether it’s sweater sleeves, socks, or mittens!

Since I love to teach two-at-a-time socks, I created a video e-book course that guides you through all the steps of learning this new technique.

You'll learn...
  • The best way to cast on for two-at-a-time
  • How to keep track of your pattern progress without writing anything down
  • How to use Magic Loop to knit two tubes at once - easily
  • The “no-brainer” way to turn a heel
  • The right way to pick up and knit stitches
  • How to knit backwards!
  • A fun and easy lace pattern to keep your socks interesting
  • Visually keep track of increases and decreases so you don’t have to think or count
  • The foolproof way to measure your feet for a perfect fit
  • You’ll learn all these tips and tricks for mastering two-at-a-time socks (including preventing your balls of yarn from getting tangled), and MUCH more in this easy and in-depth guided video sock-knitting course.
This video e-book includes a pattern for beginner fingering-weight socks written just for Magic Loop so that you learn all these techniques AND have something beautiful to show for it! It also includes links to free patterns for bulky- and worsted-weight socks so you can keep practicing.

What is a video e-book?
  • It’s a digital book with videos integrated right into the written lessons.
  • The videos stream from the Internet, so you can download the book instantly
  • The streaming videos save your computer’s hard-drive space
  • You get a front-row view of everything you need to learn
  • The full-page, high-resolution videos play right in your book - no more searching the Internet for the right video when you’d rather be knitting!

Sample page from “Learn To Knit Two-at-a-Time Socks"

Most two-at-a-time basic sock classes cost $75 for a three-week class. The flight to Salt Lake City for my class is about $350! But when you instantly download the video e-book, you get the entire course on your computer, to watch, read, and learn at your own pace.

You get a way better view than you do in my classes, plus you can pause it anytime! With 10-25 new step-by-step videos per course, this is a proven resource. I’ve decided to introduce my “One-or-Two-at-a-Time Beginner Socks” course at LESS THAN HALF the price of the average sock class - a $14.77 investment in your knitting future.

Who is this course good for?
  • Intermediate knitters who have never tried knitting socks
  • People comfortable with Magic Loop who want to take their skills to a new level
  • Sock knitters who want to hone their skills and be rid of second-sock syndrome
  • Knitters who want to learn basic sock techniques to design their own patterns
Since I want you to LOVE knitting socks two-at-a-time, try my new e-ebook and if you don’t love the results and tell all your friends, I’ll give you your money back and help you find a way to get the resources that work for you.

Because you learn so many new skills in this book, you should be comfortable with knitting in the round on Magic Loop before you begin. Need a refresher? Check out the popular video course “Learn To Knit In The Round On Magic Loop In One Afternoon,” and get started right!
Would you like to watch a sample video? Here you go!

My high-resolution videos are full-page width and stream instantly from the web
This is a guaranteed course - if after you buy this course, you don't love knitting two socks-at-a-time and all the new skills you’ve learned, you’ll have the safety of a full refund for up to one year from your purchase date, AND I'll personally help you find the resources that will work for you.

Download this easy new tutorial and get started knitting socks today!

If you are interested in socks or Magic Loop, you might also enjoy

Video E-Book - Downloading & Viewing Instructions
If you are using a Mac, the default application that opens PDFs is Preview, which won’t play the videos. So if you are on a Mac, what you need to do is right-click on the E-Book file and select Open With… and select Adobe Reader.
Reader will ask your permission to access the websites with the videos stored on them.
  • Check the box "Remember my preferences for this site"
  • Click "Allow." Reader will ask your permission a few times initially, and then you won't have to give it again.
  • For a pleasant viewing experience, go to VIEW, select PAGE DISPLAY, and select SINGLE PAGE - CONTINUOUS. This will let the PDF scroll as though it is one long page, and will be MUCH easier to read.


  1. Oh Lait, I purchased your video e-book on how to knit two at a time socks on circular needles. I took a class several years ago and learned how to knit socks with DPs and then a friend taught me how to knit them (one at a time) on a circular needle. She moved away and I haven't made any for several years. I didn't have a pattern and didn't trust my memory to try it on my own. Your e-book has given me the confidence to try it again and I must say it's MUCH better than taking a class. Your instructions are so clear and I love the videos. I also discovered that I think toe up socks are much easier and I never have to worry about running out of yarn.

    One question: I usually do a 2X2 rib on my socks and would like to try cables. Is the invisible ribbed bind-off the same whether doing 1X1 or 2X2 and can I use the same technique if I get brave enough to try cables?

    Please continue to do what you're doing! Vicki

  2. Vicki, what a wonderful comment! Your experience is the reason I make my e-books. Thank you!

    As far as 2x2 rib goes, it invisible ribbed bind-off is different if you're going to be doing 2x2 rib, and it doesn't look quite as good. However, I'm such a fan of the 1x1 bind-off that I use it on almost everything.

    I'm so excited that you're going to try cables! I'm working on an e-book right now teaching people how to do cables, based on my Bulky Cabled Legwarmers pattern. It's easier than it looks!

    If you want to learn the 2x2 rib bind-off, let me know and I'll post a video to my blog!


  3. Yes, I'd love to see a video of the invisible ribbed bind-off for 2X2!

    Somewhere, I posted a request for a pattern you'd recommend for 2@ at-a-time, toe-up socks using fingering (4 ply) yarn for an adult. I'm anxious to try out my news skills after purchasing you video e-book. It was wonderful! Thank you!!!

  4. I found my other post so I'll look on page 22 of your e-book for find the pattern! Thanks for your response!