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Lesson 20 - September 17, 2022

Finished Socks – Post Photos!

If you've finished your socks, I'm so proud of you!

Please comment here and attach a photo of your finished socks to your comment. And let me know how this experience was for you!

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  1. Hi Liat,

    I‘m done! I‘m so happy with the socks. They fit perfect and look great. It was so fun to knit the TAAT with your worsted pattern.
    Thank you so much for guide us so good.
    I send you a photo by Email.


  2. I completed my first pair of TAAT Aran weight generic basic sock with fleegle heel!! A few mistakes but very proud of my accomplishments. Now I am working on fingering-weight basic sock with fleegle heel. I find it more challenging with the thinner yarn. Thank you for the excellent videos that made TAAT socks easy.

    1. Hi there! I’m sorry if you had trouble with the image uploader! It has been giving several students trouble.
      I am delighted you finished your socks and couldn’t be prouder! The mistakes are an important part of your accomplishment. The fingering-weight yarn will definitely be more challenging, but I know you can do it!

  3. I finished my socks about 10 days ago and am very happy with the result! I added a seed stitch rib on the top and it seems to make them fit even better. I’ve knit socks before and really had a hard time getting the second one done. I absolutely love everything about this toe-up, two-at-a-time Magic Loop technique and will never go back!!!

    1. Nancy these are FABULOUS!! You chose beautiful yarn and I love that you did the seed stitch rib on the top. I’m so happy you love toe-up, two-at-a-time socks! Thank you very much for posting your photos. I’m glad you had such a good experience.


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