Tanzine Aura Socks
Four double point needles work a ball of yarn into an object that mysteriously forms into a sock. It is both amazing and intimidating.
A sock is one of the most interesting shapes to knit! It involves casting on, knitting in the round, decreasing, short-row shaping, picking up stitches and the Kitchener Stitch as a bind off technique. Luckily, there is a basic manner, which varies little, if at all, from one sock pattern to another. The Tanzine Aura Socks, like many, are knit from the cuff down to the heel, turning the heel, working the instep ‘back and forth’ instead of in the round, continuing with the foot, ending after decreasing for the toe, and binding off using the Kitchener Stitch Method.
The Tanzine Aura Socks are snug, warm and embrace your foot. They are a gentle reminder throughout the day, “Hey I’m wearing socks that I actually knit!”
This Sock Pattern gives detailed information for knitting socks. The Tanzine Aura Sock pattern is perfect for first time sock knitters, providing and tips and tricks along the knitting way. Including Kitchener Stitch for grafting the toe