Video Knitting Course: Become a Knitting Superstar

Unfortunately, the resources available out there can make reaching this goal difficult. I've made it my mission to create clear, easy-to-follow videos and knitting instruction that help you make breakthroughs in your knitting.

In this comprehensive video guide, I created nine video-based modules, each one building on the skills you learned in the previous section, so you're learning in an easy, step-by-step way without getting overwhelmed or frustrated.


Video Knitting Course: Magic Loop Knitting

Learn to knit in the round using Beverly Galeskas' incredible invention - The Magic Loop. No more double-pointed needles!

If you want to move beyond scarf-knitting to be able to knit hats, sweaters, mittens, and socks easily and with pleasure, this technique is for you.


Video Knitting Course: Mastering Magic Loop Socks

Knitting socks is easy and fun when you use Magic Loop. You can even knit them two-at-a-time! You’ll be amazed at how easy it is.

Learn Magic Loop, Toe-Up Two-at-a-Time Socks, and Top-Down Two-at-a-Time socks in this bundle class that includes 8 different sock patterns for all yarn weights.


Video Knitting Course: Two-at-a-Time Mittens

Mittens are fast project that you can often do with one skein of yarn. And you'll be surprised at how easy it is to knit them two-at-a-time.

Learn to knit a pair of mittens two-at-a-time on Magic Loop - no previous Magic Loop experience required. This guide takes you step-by-step through everything you need to know to succeed.



Blog Post: Free Key Cozy Pattern For Leftover Sock Yarn

Trio of Key Cozies made with the key cozy patternBy Liat Gat – Founder / Knitting in the Round, Magic Loop, New Patterns / September 6, 2010 / 82 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.

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Blog Post: Free iPhone Cozy Pattern

By 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.

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Blog Post: Knit Hats for Breast Cancer Patients

Breast Cancer RibbonBy Liat Gat – Founder / Knitting in the Round / October 21, 2011 / 9 Comments
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How to Check Your Gauge in the Round

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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.



Recommended Circular Needles: Addi Turbo by Skacel

Addi Turbo Needles - Closeup of Tips

My favorite circular needles for knitting FAST. The blunt tips don’t hurt your fingertips, and the joins are smooth as silk.

My recommended needle lengths are:
– 47″ for two-at-a-time knitting
– 40″ for anything else on Magic Loop
– 30-47″ for Moebius knitting

Buy Addi Turbo online


Recommended Book: The Magic Loop by Bev Galeskas

The Magic Loop Booklet by Bev Galeskas cover

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!

Buy The Magic Loop online


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