Video Knitting Course: Become a Knitting Superstar
Those two-at-a-time socks aren't going to knit themselves! To knit anything you want, you need technique. Master every skill needed to complete advanced projects with ease.
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Video Knitting Course: Magic Loop Knitting
Knitting tubes (round knitting) using double-pointed needles is slow, difficult, and frustrating. The simpler way, using one long needle, lets you knit socks, sweaters, and hats easily and even two-at-a-time.
Video Knitting Course: Mastering Magic Loop Socks
Most sock patterns are very hard for beginners, especially if they are written for double-pointed needles. Our classes teach you the simplest techniques so you get great results.
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Video Knitting Course: Two-at-a-Time Mittens
Thumb construction makes first-time mittens fiddly. Learn the world's best mitten thumb for perfect-fitting mittens that you can knit a pair all at once and be done before you know it.
Blog Post: Free Key Cozy Pattern For Leftover Sock YarnBy Liat Gat – Founder / Knitting in the Round, Magic Loop, New Patterns / September 6, 2010 / 80 Comments
Magic Loop is especially good for knitting little tiny objects in the round, like glove fingers, arm warmers, and the tops of hats. Do you have a key? You can make it a little sweater to demonstrate! The sock yarn key cozy is born.Read Post »
Blog Post: Free iPhone Cozy PatternBy Liat Gat – Founder / Knitting in the Round, Magic Loop, New Patterns / October 20, 2010 / 12 Comments
Here’s a quick and easy pattern for a perfectly-fitting iPhone cozy pattern — a great way to use up leftover sock yarn, practice Magic Loop, and protect your precious screen. It even features a slot to plug in the phone.Read Post »
Blog Post: Knit Hats for Breast Cancer PatientsBy Liat Gat – Founder / Knitting in the Round / October 21, 2011 / 10 Comments
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Free Pattern: Basic Chunky Hat for Magic Loop – Adult Size
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To check your gauge in the round, make a swatch on Magic Loop or DPNs and hold your gauge-checker over the stitches. Count how many stitches are in one inch.
Kitchener stitch in the round can be fiddly, especially if you are using Magic Loop. This video shows you how to overcome all the tricky bits so you get a perfectly seamless continuous tube every time.
Recommended Circular Needles: Addi Turbo by Skacel
My favorite circular needles for knitting FAST. The blunt tips don’t hurt your fingertips, and the joins are smooth as silk.
Recommended Book: The Magic Loop by Bev Galeskas
This amazing book is what started it all for me. In it, Beverly Galeskas clearly explains how to use Sarah Hauschka’s ingenious technique of knitting in the round on one long circular needle.
“Socks and more” is right! Anything you can knit in the round, you can knit on Magic Loop, with no laddering, quickly, easily, and without using DPNs. Hooray! Thanks, Bev and Sarah!